**The ESCSB's New Website is Launching in March 2018!**
Improving Quality of Life and Health Everyday
The Eastern Shore Community Services Board (ESCSB) provides comprehensive behavioral healthcare services for the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
We have developed this website to provide information on our services as well as to encourage the citizens of the Eastern Shore of Virginia to access our services as needed.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our organization and the services we provide.
We have an extensive Frequently Asked Questions page and we have also provided information for contacting us.
The ESCSB would like to thank everyone who took part in the first Eastern Shore Out of the Darkness Walk. It is because of your dedication and time that we were able to raise almost $10,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Virginia Chapter, who will work locally to provide education and support for suicide prevention. This walk can only be considered a success because of the passion and support of the walkers, donors, volunteers, sponsors, and community sponsors.
Shore Talk Radio on WESR
Please visit the following Shore Talk link to listen to members of our CSB staff speak on Shore Talk on April 25, 2017.
WESR CSB Interview Schedule
- Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, Charmin Horton and Bobbi Jo Wert, "Point in Time Count/Homelessness on the ESVA”
- Tuesday, January 30, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “Seasonal Affect Disorder -SAD"
- Tuesday, February 6, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “Goal-Setting and Self-Improvement”
- Thursday, February 15, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “What are Personality Disorders?”
- Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, "FAQs on Therapy"
- Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “ADD and ADHD”
- Tuesday, March 6, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “Decriminalization vs Legalization of Marijuana"
- Thursday, March 15, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, “The Connection between Mental Health and Nutrition”
- Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, "Community Partners of the Eastern Shore"
- Thursday, March 29, 2018 - Kelly Bulin, "Virginia Opioid Targeted Response Initiative"
Free downloadable content!
2018 Prevention Office Training Schedule, click here
2017 Eastern Shore CSB's Annual VACSB Report / Presentation, click here
2016 Substance Abuse Needs Assessement for the Eastern Shore, click here
2013 VFHY Grant Award News Article, click here.
2015 Community Resource Directory, click here.
2011 ESVA Community Needs Assessment, learn more here.
The ARC -- Virginia's Eastern Shore, learn more here.
Voter Registration Information (For PDF format click here, or Word format click here).
Title VI Information (Links below will open Word .docx documents)
Non-Discrimination Statement, click here.
Discrimination Complaint Procedures, click here.
Notice under The Americans with Disabilities Act, click here.
Title VI Complaint Form, click here.
Governor McAuliffe Announces Website to Help Combat Prescription Drug and Heroin Addiction in Virginia
~ VaAware.com provides resources for prevention, treatment and recovery from opioid addiction ~
RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today the launch of www.VaAware.com, a new website developed as an informational tool for Virginia’s fight against prescription drug and heroin abuse in Virginia. As a recommendation of the Governor’s Task Force on Prescription Drug and Heroin Abuse in Virginia, VaAware.com features specific pages for parents, health-care providers, law enforcement members and those seeking help with addiction. Virginia is actively working to combat this epidemic, as more than half of the recommendations made by the Governor’s opioid task force have already been or are currently being implemented.
“This website is an important tool to help those struggling with addiction and their family members find resources available in Virginia, and to provide a resource to health care and public safety professionals seeking the latest information in our efforts to end this epidemic,” said Governor McAuliffe. “Deaths from prescription drug overdoses doubled in Virginia over the past 15 years, while heroin-related deaths tripled from 2011 to 2015. We must all do our part to bring positive change to the lives of Virginians battling substance abuse, and I am proud of our state agencies for their teamwork and dedication to this important initiative.”
“As we continue to fight the epidemic of heroin and prescription opioid addiction, it is important to have a central web presence where people can find resources and information to get help for themselves or loved ones, and where health and law enforcement professionals can find guidance as well,” said Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. Bill Hazel. “It is hard enough to take the first step to find help, but by providing information online in an easily-accessible format, we can make it easier for people to take that step any hour of the day or night.”
“Our duty as public officials is to bring all the key stakeholders to the table and develop effective solutions,” said Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran. “This website will prove to be a useful tool for the law enforcement community as we collectively and cohesively combat the heroin and prescription opioid epidemic.”
The website is the result of collaboration between four Virginia agencies: the Department of Health Professions, the Virginia Department of Health, the Department of Criminal Justice Services, and the Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services. The site is hosted and maintained by the Department of Health Professions.
“We are happy to support this important resource as Virginia fights the opioid epidemic,” said Department of Health Professions Director David Brown. “The website will also be useful for health professionals, with best practices, guidelines and continuing education links on pain management, addiction and proper prescribing of opioids.”
Resources and informational materials found on the site are aimed at addressing the opioid and heroin crisis throughout the Commonwealth, and are available for download at http://vaaware.com/learn/additionalresources/
To view the published release, please visit: https://goo.gl/qXwvUb
Office of Governor Terence R. McAuliffe
Direct: (804) 786-4401
General: (804) 786-2211
Individuals experiencing a crisis should call 911 or ESCSB emergency services call center at 757-442-7707