Facilities in , Richmond, Berryville, and Winchester, Virginia. Referral base includes entire Mid-Atlantic region. Consultion in 12 states to date.
* Grafton Integrated Health Network (GIHN) is a private, nonprofit organization that has served children, adolescents and adults with disabilities and significant emotional and/or behavioral challenges for more than 50 years. As an industry leader in behavioral healthcare, we empower vulnerable and high-risk populations to lead better, more independent lives. Using a client-centered medical home model, GIHN provides continuous and coordinated services from short-term stabilization and residential services to outpatient to educational and career and technical training. These programs along with a data-driven, trauma-informed model help the organization to develop successful plans of care and clients to thrive in a variety of settings. GIHN provides a continuum of services to children, youth and adults in four campuses throughout the state of Virginia: Berryville, Loudoun, Richmond and Winchester. Services include two psychiatric residential treatment facilities, a short-term stabilization program, special education programs, community-based group homes and outpatient services. VA Autism Resource Center (VARC): GIHN administers the Virginia Autism Resource Center (VARC) which offers outreach services on behalf of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Funded by the state legislature, services are provided free of charge to individuals, families, and other service providers. Services include information and referral, individual case consultation, training and technical assistance. In 2008, it has expanded through a strategic public-private partnership incorporating Virginia Commonwealth University.