Colonial Behavioral Health is on the front lines of patient care. They are mandated by the government to supply help to mental health patients both in in-patient and outpatients settings. Among many things they do, their staff must give injections to outpatient patients to keep them healthy and to keep them from ending up in the hospitals. They also take care of patients in their facilities. They are low on supplies and need your help.
Currently they are in need of the following items:
- Masks – surgical masks, and yes, they will also take home sewn masks
- Gloves – they need these to administer shots and patient care
- Hand Sanitizer
If you can donate any of the above items they ask that you call Robin Wyatt at (757)897-3509 to schedule a time to drop off the items. She is happy to coordinate times with any donors.
Through the provision of behavioral health services, Colonial Behavioral Health’s vision is to make our communities healthier, safer places to live.
We provide services for mental health illnesses, intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders to individuals and families living in James City County, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York County.
If you or someone you know is in need of our services, call us at 757-220-3200. We can help.
The mission of Colonial Behavioral Health, the local Community Services Board, is to facilitate opportunities for recovery, resiliency and wellness to individuals and families affected by mental illness, intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders.
Through an array of strategies and collaborative partnerships with local and regional providers, CBH will demonstrate a commitment to quality assessment, prevention, treatment and habilitation through best practice methodology for the citizens of James City County, City of Poquoson, City of Williamsburg and York County.