Back to School Stress

The start to school is a major transition.  Not just for the kids returning to school, but also for their families.  This transition brings about a change in routine […]

Substance Exposed Infant Awareness

Every year approximately 100,000 babies are born in Virginia, and about 10,000 of them are substance exposed. After birth, those children suffer from withdrawal— called Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) […]

New Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Here at the HRCSB we are very excited to announce our new Intensive Outpatient Program. This program involves an intensive level of care […]

Mental Health is a part of your Physical Health!

Mental Health is very important for one’s overall well-being. Staying healthy involves more than a physical aspect; it also includes maintaining strong mental health. […]

May is Early Intervention Awareness Month

How exciting is it when we are surrounded by family and friends holding our little bundle of joy when they make their way into this world? There are so many emotions that we feel, that it is simply difficult to put into words […]

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Since 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May by reaching millions of people in the United States through the media, local events, and screenings. […]

Revive! Training Dates, Times, and Loctions

Here are the dates for the free Revive! trainings to block the effects of opioid overdose. Narcan will be distributed free of charge following the presentation. […]

April: Child Abuse Prevention Month

National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time to acknowledge how far the movement has come in the past 40 years, the importance of families and communities working together to […]

Press Release: HFD Trains with Local Agency

Harrisonburg, VA. – The Harrisonburg Fire Department (HFD) has partnered with a local agency to give staff the tools they need when responding to certain situations. […]

DNR: CSB Looks to Stem Opioid Overdoses

HARRISONBURG — It’s happening more and more often. Picture it: A group of people get together to use opioids. One person has too much and overdoses. […]