“We recognize the importance of educating at-risk children and teaching them entry-level job skills so that they can support themselves and have productive lives. We take great joy in seeing the impact of our giving.” -Dave & Barbara Stafford The medieval philosopher Maimonides defined eight levels of charity in which...Read the Full Article
“Where flowers bloom, so does hope.” -Lady Bird Johnson Our campus has never looked more beautiful than it does right now. As I gaze out my office window, not only do I see spring flowers, I see hope and opportunities for our children. Our rural setting is ideal for developing...Read the Full Article
On May 3rd Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services (JFBHS) hosted its 26th annual Go Golfing for the Kids tournament at the Golf Club at the Highlands in Chesterfield County. Over the years, this event has raised nearly $600,000. This year, the proceeds will be used towards “building a better future” and...Read the Full Article
Mental illness does not take pause, and we here at Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services want to recognize and acknowledge our own Behavioral Healthcare Heroes who have steadfastly come to work every day to help and serve our children who, because of their mental health needs, cannot be at home.Read the Full Article
As Audrey Hepburn said, "To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow." At Jackson-Feild, we help our children do just that. Healing goes beyond therapy sessions and extends to every part of a child's life. One of the ways we do this is through our communicty garden during the...Read the Full Article
At JFBHS, Hillary participated in psychoeducational groups—Positive Communication, Independent Living Skills and Anger Management, just to name a few. She completed her treatment and was successfully discharged in March 2020 to an independent living program in her home locality. She will receive community-based mental health and substance use treatment services
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Hillary to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
At JFBHS, Holly received the support she needed including GED preparation, medication management, individual therapy, family therapy, life skills training, and intensive family therapy.
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Holly to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
Jeff arrived at JFBHS with diagnoses of major depressive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity, oppositional defiant disorder, and cannabis use disorder. He also was carrying a huge chip on his shoulder.
Thanks to a plan of care developed specifically for Jeff and his needs, Jeff began to show a different side of himself.