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Re-Entry Resources: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
The Loudoun County Re-Entry Advisory Council provides information about some of the community resources available in Loudoun that can help ex-offenders address the challenges they face after returning to the community following incarceration.

Loudoun County Government Resources
Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services
The Loudoun County Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services has two Mental Health Centers that provide diagnostic and treatment services for Loudoun County citizens and families who are experiencing chronic or acute emotional problems. Both centers offer such services as alcohol and drug abuse treatment, mental health treatment, psychosocial rehabilitation, and 24-hour crisis intervention. 

  • Mental Health Center, Leesburg Office, Phone: 703-771-5100; Emergency: 703-777-0320 
  • Mental Health Center, Eastern Loudoun Office, Phone: 571-258-3026; Emergency: 703-777-0320

Crisis Intervention Team Assessment Center
The Loudoun County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Assessment Center provides individuals experiencing a mental health emergency the opportunity to meet with a mental health professional for evaluation, crisis intervention and stabilization services, as well as links to various resources.  Learn more about emergency mental health services here.
Phone: For a mental health emergency, call 703-777-0320 or Crisis Link at 703-527-4077.

Linc (Linking Individuals and Navigating Care)
LINC is a coordinated specialty service program designed to help adolescents and young adults, ages 16-30, who have experienced a first psychotic episode. Phone: 703 771-5239 

Substance Abuse Services
The Loudoun County Division of Substance Abuse Services offers outpatient substance abuse treatment services to individuals and families experiencing problems due to chemical dependency. Phone: 703-771-5100 

Other Organizations 
Friends of Loudoun Mental Health
The Friends of Loudoun Mental Health provides assistance, awareness, and limited financial assistance to those disabled by mental illness. Phone: 703-443-1380. 

Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
The Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program provides services and referrals for alcohol and substance abuse education, treatment, habitual offender relapse prevention, driver improvement, and driving suspended program. Phone: 703-771-4702

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