Serving Virginians

Many rural areas of Virginia and beyond are experiencing a mental health crisis with a high demand for care and limited resources available.

The Virginia Telemental Health Initiative (VTMHI) creates consistent access to behavioral and mental health care via telehealth to Virginians experiencing barriers to such care. 

By collaborating with experts across the state, VTMHI finds the right providers with the right specialties to assist those in need of care throughout Virginia. 

VTMHI creates a system that allows behavioral and mental health services received to integrate with primary care visits, providing Virginians with lower incomes, who are medically underserved, and who are un- or under-insured with access to holistic care and a medical home at their local clinic. 

VTMHI is now seeing patients through six participating free and charitable clinics across Virginia. Patients can contact the clinics directly to determine their eligibility and make appointments. Click here to access contact information for VTMHI-participating free and charitable clinics

Are you a Virginian in need of mental or behavioral health services? 

If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911 or visit your closest emergency room.
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