Loudoun Mental Health Resumes Same-Day Services

The Loudoun County Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services has resumed in-person same-day access services. These services include screening for eligibility and assessment for a behavioral health outpatient, psychosocial rehabilitation and behavioral health case management services.

MHSADS has been offering same-day access services by telehealth only since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and is now offering some in-person services. Same-day access allows a person who calls or appears at a MHSADS clinic during its hours of operation to be assessed that same day instead of having to wait for an appointment.

In-person same-day services will be available Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., at the Shenandoah Office Building, 102 Heritage Way in Leesburg.

For telehealth services, call 703-771-5155. Phone lines open at 8:30 a.m.

For more information visit loudoun.gov/mhsads or call 703-771-5155.

4 thoughts on “Loudoun Mental Health Resumes Same-Day Services

  • 2022-06-03 at 7:13 am

    This is great news & another indication the health crisis is lessening. Mental-health services are so important, especially with so much carnage is occurring in the world. Sometimes I wake up & marvel the world hasn’t been blown up yet. May Heaven help us all during these difficult times.

    • 2022-06-04 at 8:22 am

      Do you live under a rock? The MH crisis is not lessening, its getting worse.

  • 2022-06-03 at 8:10 am

    This is the problem in society, people need Behavioral Health services but they aren’t readily available. People wonder what is wrong with society, take a look, its not rocket science. It all started in 1981 with the MHSA that congress should have never passed and states should not have followed suit. Increase Mental Health funding.

  • 2022-06-03 at 8:48 am

    Why has it taken THIS long?
    Do we as a society not see that there is a serious need out there?

    Not everyone has the tools or aptitude or desire to use “telehealth.” The so-called wealthiest county in the nation has let its residents down for far too long.

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