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Adult Services
Admissions / Intake
Intake is the entry point to adult services at the Norfolk CSB.

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)
In Norfolk, CIT is a collaborative effort between the Police Department and Community Services Board to provide appropriate and timely response to individuals experiencing a psychiatric emergency.

Crisis Stabilization
For individuals who are in an acute crisis situation and who are at risk of hospitalization or incarceration due to their mental health or co-occurring disorder.

Emergency Services
Performs pre-admission screening evaluations; provides short-term crisis counseling services; and provides referrals and linkage on an emergency basis for individuals in the City of Norfolk.

Forensics Services
Forensic programs are designed to reduce criminal recidivism, provide clinical and case management services, and promote community stabilization. NCSB partners with the Norfolk jail, probation and parole, and the courts to provide an array of services to reduce time and rates of incarceration and further institutionalization.

Integrated Care (I-Care) Clinic
The Integrated Care Clinic (I-Care) is an integrated psychiatric and primary care clinic that provides comprehensive care within one community-based setting.

Intellectual Disabilities
Intellectual Disability Services focus on the needs of individuals who have intellectual disabilities, formerly known as mental retardation.

Mental Health Services
A variety of services are available for adults experiencing severe and persistent mental illness.

Outpatient Services
Provides intake, mental health and substance abuse counseling and assessment services to adults.

PATH Outreach
The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness, known as PATH, is a grant-funded program. The project provides outreach to homeless individuals with mental health disorders, with or without co-occurring substance use disorders, as well as provides consultation and training on homelessness and mental health disorders to the community.

The primary goal of the Road2Home program is to provide support and housing stabilization services to chronically homeless individuals and to Veterans.

Substance Abuse Services
Numerous treatment options that are focused on recovery from the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction.