Asking for Help is a Sign of Strenth

ATIBA Intervention Services is a provider of comprehensive community based mental health services for youth and adults.

Richmond, VA

Mental Health Skills Building

Intensive In Home

Crisis Stabilization

Danville, VA

Mental Health Skills Building

Intensive In Home

 

Over 15 years of Service!

ATIBA Intervention Services compassionately provides Intensive In Home, Mental Health Skills Building, and crisis stabilization services within the cities and surrounding areas of Richmond and Danville, VA. We are committed to providing our services to youth and adults in order to challenge social and systemic concerns that prevent people from developing theri societal footprint in the community.

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COMPLIANT

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As providers of mental health services, we strive to ensure that ATIBA programs remain in compliance with  all regulating bodies.

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CLIENT CENTERED

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All ATIBA programs are focused on empowering and motivating indivduals through the provision of quality, individualized, client-centered services.

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COMMITTED

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ATIBA’s committment to our client’s wellbeing and the betterment of our communities is unmatched! We strive to be an integral resource to those in need. 

Common Client Concerns

While the list below is not exhaustive, these are some of the most common reasons why individuals seek services from ATIBA’s programs. 

MH Skills Building

  • Daily Living Skills
  • Parenting Education
  • Stress and Life Changes
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Anger Management &
  • Much More…

Intensive In Home

  • ADHD/ADD
  • Autism and Related Disorders
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder
  • Parent Child Conflict &
  • Much More…

Crisis Stabilization

  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Suicidal/Homicidal thoughts
  • Loss of coping abilities
  • Psychotic symptoms &
  • Much More…

ATIBA

It is our mission to help develop the adult and child so they reach their full potential emotionally, physically, intellectually, and socially in order to create and maintain relationships with their peers, families, and social systems that exist within and outside their communities.