Centra Mental Health Services offers a comprehensive continuum of services to support the emotional and mental well-being of the individuals and families we serve. Programs include mental health services for adults, adolescents and children, as well as substance abuse treatment for adults.
Centra Mental Health Intake and Resource Center accepts referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the inpatient adult, senior and child/adolescent psychiatric programs while providing information about mental health resources in our community. Please call us at 800.947.5442 or 434.200.4444.
Centra Piedmont Psychiatric Center – For appointments for psychiatry, psychological services and therapy, please call 434.200.5999.
Centra Pathways Recovery Lodge – For referrals to our substance abuse treatment program, please call 434.200.4455 or visit the website, PathwaysRecoveryLodge.com
Centra Bridges Residential Treatment Center – please call 434.200.5700 weekdays during normal business hours or visit the website, BridgesRTC.com
Centra Autism & Developmental Center – For referrals, please call 434.200.5750 or or visit the website, CentraAutism.com
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