Stories about RBHA's work in the community, delivering behavioral health services and changing lives.

                  The Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and partners are hosting a family-friendly festival promoting health and wellness for all!                                               
In December 2016, RBHA took over operations of renewed residential and intensive outpatient treatment services.
The Richmond Behavioral Health Foundation (RBHF) is dedicated to obtaining funding to support the essential services of RBHA – Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities,
RBHA is looking for dedicated professionals to join our team in the delivery of services to persons in need of primary and behavioral health care services.  Click here to browse current job opportunities.
Thanks to the RICH Recovery Clinic, “John,” a patient who had lost his Medicaid and was unable to see a physician, is doing well in the community.
RBHA consumers are now able to use the agency's computer lab to get connected. 
RBHA is the recipient of a major, 4-year $1.6 million federal grant aimed at integrating primary and behavioral healthcare services. The Richmond Integrated Community Health (RICH) Recovery Initiative is expanding and enhancing RBHA’s on-site primary medical care clinic, and improving the overall wellness of our consumers.
RBHA serves approximately 175 women and their families each year in the Women’s Substance Use Disorders Services Unit. An average of 20% of those women are pregnant.The women we serve are living at or below the federal poverty level and need practical assistance to stay motivated and engaged in services.