|Executive Director:||James Tobin|
|Office Address:||24 Clay Street, Martinsville VA 24112|
Piedmont Community Services (PCS) was formed in 1972 and in 2012 we will be celebrating 40 years of providing behavioral health services to the citizens of our community. We serve the City of Martinsville and the counties of Henry, Franklin and Patrick. Each year we provide services to approximately 5,000 citizens. For more information on the type of services we provide, click the SERVICES link at the top of this page.
To help individuals, families, and the community enhance their quality of life by providing a highly effective continuum of behavioral health services including prevention, treatment, education, and support within available resources.
|Grants Awarded to Piedmont Community Services:|
|Nov 2, 2017||$ 520,033||over 2 years to expand the Community Recovery Program and offer services to jobseekers who are not selected for employment because they were unable to pass a pre-employment test current grant|
|Oct 17, 2014||$ 9,050||over 3 months as fiscal agent for Grace Presbyterian Church/The Grace Center. The grant was awarded to help fund the creation of Rising Stars, a Saturday reading enrichment program.|
|May 18, 2011||$ 1,362,305||over 4 years to create a substance abuse community recovery program and work with youth in an effort to break the generational cycle of addiction in families.|
|Oct 28, 2009||$ 49,495||over 1 year to fund Better Housing Solutionsa community housing needs assessment to help the WPBHC prepare to seek federal funding for local use|
|May 8, 2008||$ 10,000||over 1 year to support a youth focused teen alcohol awareness/prevention program - "Take It Back." The program will focus on and increase awareness of teen alcohol use in Martinsville and Henry County. Specifically funding will support initiative activities, plan/promote a teen - alcohol free "TGIF" style event, and purchase national programming Take It Back advertising/messaging products.|
|Mar 30, 2006||$ 10,000||over 1 year to bring the "Rachel's Challenge" program to the students of all four Martinsville and Henry County high schools, students, administrative staff, and their families. Youth and Prevention Unit-Communities Helping Improve Local Lives (CHILL).|
|Aug 26, 2003||$ 8,500||over 1 year toward the completion of a six-month Continuum of Care regional housing needs assessment and plan.|