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Welcome to US Care

EMPOWERING PEOPLE, EMPOWERING POTENTIAL
Helping people live healthy, productive, and meaningful lives

SERVICES OFFERED

Services for Children and Adolescents

Bring stability to your home from individual and family counseling, crisis treatment, and life-skills training through our Intensive In-Home service – Read More

Services for Adults and Older Adolescents

Live independently and gain stability in the community from life-skills training and support through our Mental Health Skill-Building service – Read More

WHO’S ELIGIBLE

Children and Adolescents

We can help children and adolescents who are at risk of being removed from their home environment due to mental, behavioral, or emotional illness

Adults and Older Adolescents

We can help adults and older adolescents who can benefit from training in activities of daily living and who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder, major depressive disorder, or bipolar disorder

Read Eligibility Requirements

ACCEPTED INSURANCE AND PAYMENT METHODS

Virginia Medicaid

Anthem HealthKeepers Medicare-Medicaid Plan

All Major Credit and Debit Cards

LOCATIONS SERVED

We provide services in your home or at a location in the community of your choosing.

See Full List of Locations Served

How we’ve helped others

  • Karen, a 36-year-old, single mother of four, found herself at the brink of homelessness. She had struggled with symptoms of schizophrenia for more than a decade. She was missing appointments, failing to take her meds, and barred from seeing her children. With the help of U.S. Care, she is learning to organize her days and commit to meaningful obligations. She is now in a stable living situation, is able to be with her children, and freely gives of her time to help the many physically handicapped people living in her building, whether it’s running errands, cooking, bathing, or helping them to get dressed. Needless to say, her own mental health is greatly improved!

  • Mental illness had always made Susan’s dream of becoming a nurse seem impossibly out of reach, but U.S. Care helped her navigate the intricacies of community college. Thanks to one of our caring counselors’ diligent efforts, now she has the financial aid she needs, has a disability counselor who secures for her the educational accommodations she is legally entitled to, and is successfully enrolled in her second semester at NOVA!

  • Bill is a 48-year-old man whose impairments really got in the way of his family’s happiness. He was often suicidal and spending time in and out of hospitals. His wife and grown children, one of whom lives with them, were at their wits’ end. Finally, his wife reached out to U.S. Care, and now, Bill takes his medicine regularly, can better cope with disagreement and conflict, exercises, and even sits down to a nice dinner with his wife and son from time to time.

  • Elaine’s struggle with her weight and mental illness has made life hard. People who can see past it—like U.S. Care’s counselors—know her as a bright, smiling sweetheart, one of the most generous people they’ve met. Unfortunately, this generosity has been taken advantage of, and Elaine’s depression has wrecked her efforts to get healthy time and time again. Thanks to U.S. Care, she now uses transportation resources to get to appointments. Her prescriptions are sorted out now and make sense, and her doctors can’t stop marveling at the improvements in her health. When she sees her counselor, her already-bright smile lights up the whole room. “I don’t know what I’d do without you,” she says. “You’re like an angel sent from heaven.”

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Articles & Helpful Information

THE PROBLEMS VERSUS
STRENGTHS DILEMMA

When working with clients to improve his or her functioning, many clinicians will focus on a “problem area.” Is there anything wrong with this approach?

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DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION…
OLD OR NEW?

Seven hundred years before we coined the term “deinstitutionalization,” the city of Geel in Belgium was already perfecting just such a model of community-based care.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO MY CHILD?

These are the words of distress that behavioral health professionals hear from families when a son or daughter has his or her first breakdown.

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