Substance Use Confidential Warmline
Information, Services & Appointments
If you are seeking general information, services or appointments, please contact:
Page County Clinic
Shenandoah County Clinic
Warren County Clinic
Winchester Area Clinic
If you are experiencing a
Mental Health Emergency,
REACH Crisis Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
NWCSB Statement Regarding COVID 19
With the declaration of a national state of emergency by the President, the declaration of a state of emergency by the Governor of Virginia and the closing of Virginia schools, NWCSB has been making significant changes to the methods by which services are provided to our clients and our operating procedures:
Effective immediately we are suspending until further notice all program activities at the following:
- Sunshine House
- Our Family
- The Peer Center at Amherst
- The Warren County Resource Center
As a result of moving the majority of our outpatient services from face to face interactions to a “Telemedicine” model during this COVID-19 State of Emergency, as of Wednesday, April 22nd the following clinic schedules will be in place:
Winchester Clinic (Winchester) will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Warren County Clinic (Front Royal) will be open on Tuesday and Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Shenandoah County Clinic (Woodstock) will be open on Monday and Wednesday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Page County Clinic (Luray) will be open on Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
SAME DAY ACCESS: The walk-in clinic will be closed until further notice. A lengthier closure may be necessary as we continue to monitor the community implications of the COVID-19. Please call 540-667-8888 for updates. Individuals seeking admission for services with NWCSB may call 540-667-8888; option 1, to leave a message. Your call will be returned to schedule an assessment. All new intake assessments will be completed via telehealth, through the use of video conferencing or by telephone. See this document for more information
All group therapy sessions (clients) will be cancelled during this COVID-19 event. Individual therapy sessions will continue with most cases utilizing a telephone or a virtual session.
(This does not include individual medical appointments)
All clients, visitors and staff will be required to have their temperature taken by an assigned NW staff. Those individuals with a temperature above the recommended limit will not be granted access and told to contact their primary physician for further instructions.
This will help to reduce any spread of COVID-19.
The Same Day Access (SDA) Walk-In Clinic is available for Children and Adults in need of Mental Health and/or Substance Use Services with Northwestern Community Services Board. At the SDA Clinic, we assist in identifying the most appropriate services to begin your treatment journey. Following assessment, you will be scheduled with a NWCSB treatment provider, or referred for additional services. (more...)
CONTRACTUAL PSYCHIATRIST OPENING
Northwestern Community Services is seeking a Psychiatrist to provide outpatient clinical based services in our Shenandoah County Adult Regional Center located in Woodstock, Virginia. Qualified applicants must possess or have the ability to obtain Board Certification as a psychiatrist and Physician’s License issued by the Virginia Board of Examiners. More...
The Northwestern Community Services Board is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its services on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, familial status, sexual orientation and reprisal in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other relevant laws or regulations. For additional information on Northwestern Community Services Board’s nondiscrimination policies and procedures or to file a complaint, please visit the website at www.nwcsb.com/titlevi.php or contact the agency’s Chief Executive Officer. This agency is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Northwestern Community Services se compromete y afirma que nadie sera excluido en participar o recibir sus servicios, basandose en su raza, color, origen, edad, discapacidad, religion, sexo, situacion familiar, o expuesto a represalias debido a su orientacion sexual, de acuerdo a la Ley de los Derechos Civiles segun el Acta VI del 1964. Para informacion adicional sobre las reglas no discriminatorias de Northwestern Community Services y como formalizar una queja, por favor llamen al Jefe Ejecutivo de la Empresa al 540-636-4250. Esta Agencia tambien provee empleo basandose en La Igualdad de Oportunidades.