HRCSB Community Needs Assessment

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board Behavioral Health and Wellness department just completed their Community Needs Assessment […]

DNR: Jail’s Mental Health Program Now Permanent

The Daily News Record interviewed Ellen Harrison, Executive Director of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board, about the mental health services in the jail that have now become permanent.[…]

The Opioid Addiction Crisis is a Public Health Emergency in Virginia

On November 21st 2016, Governor Terry McAuliffe declared opioid addiction and overdose a public health emergency in the Commonwealth of Virginia. […]

Important Changes to Virginia’s Waiver Services

Waiver services are funds designed to allow people with disabilities, both children and adults, to live as independently as possible in the community. For some people, this may mean […]

WHSV: Governor McAuliffe Announces New Website

WHSV interviewed Ellen Harrison, Executive Director of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board, about the new website VaAware.com […]

Moving towards becoming a Trauma Informed Agency

Harrisonburg-Rockingham CSB took the first of several steps to becoming a trauma informed agency. […]

Preventing Suicide through “Lethal Means Safety”

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Service’s Board is proud to announce their participation in a region-wide effort entitled “Lock & Talk Virginia”. The purpose of the campaign is to encourage those who suspect somone of having thoughts of suicide to step in. Lock guns, lock medication, and talk safety.[…]

September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, when we focus on promoting awareness and resources around the issue of suicide prevention, learn how to recognize and help others, and explore ways to discuss the topic of suicide without increasing the risk for harm. […]

Message From the Executive Director

Of late, our world events have included a multitude of violent acts that have compromised our understanding of safety and have taken the lives of many all over the globe. These events can leave us sad and provoke fear into our lives where normally we would engage in activities freely and joyfully.[…]