Intellectual Disability Services

The caring staff at Dickenson County Behavioral Health provides dedicated day support services and residential services to individuals with an ID diagnosis. 

Mental Health Skills Building

Mental health skill-building services is goal directed training to enable individuals to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment.  

Program Goals:

  • To promote functional skills and appropriate behaviors in the community.  
  • To teach activities of daily living.
  • To assist consumers in accessing community resources.
  • To develop / enhance independent living skills. 
  • To monitor medication management. 


  • Individuals diagnosed with a qualifying mental health disorder.
  • Residents of Dickenson County.
  • Individuals who have experienced at least one inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Individuals who require individualized training in acquiring basic living skills.

What we provide:

  • Assistance with budgeting skills.
  • Provides socialization and a link to the community. 
  • Assistance with transportation needs.
  • Teaching daily living skills such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, etc.
  • Coordination with DCBHS case management services.

We also have a retail outlet, which sells donated goods to help support the activities for participants in our day support program.

How do I get involved?

Contact Dickenson County Behavioral Health Services and schedule an intake appointment at 276.926.1680, or contact Mental Health Skills Building Staff directly to answer any eligibility or program questions. 

Locations & Contact Info:

ID Day Support
138 Park Place
Clintwood, VA 24228

Phone: 276-926-1684
FAX: (276) 926-6070

ID Residential Services at The Victory House
499 Main Street
Clintwood, VA 24228

Phone: (276) 926-9190
Fax: (276) 926-6070

Retail Outlet at The Attic
118 Park Place
Clintwood, VA 24228

Phone: (276) 926-6451
Fax: (276) 926-6070

Fee Information

There is a fee for services.  This may be covered by an individual’s medical insurance, or based on individual circumstances; the standard cost for services may be adjusted to their ability to pay.  All persons within Dickenson County Behavioral Health Services catchment area are eligible for psychiatric and/or substance abuse services regardless of ability to pay.