In support of national and local efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19, Valley Hope Counseling Center has closed its office space and is suspending in-person counseling sessions at this time.

While the offices are closed, we are able to offer phone or video appointments to current and new clients, as deemed appropriate by the counselors. Anyone interested in scheduling an appointment, please call the office at 540-941-8933 and leave a message.  Also please review our Distance Counseling Informed Consent Form.  

During this time, Valley Hope is blessed to announce that any fees clients are responsible for will be covered by the Community Foundation: 

The Community Foundation values the services offered by Valley Hope Counseling Center and appreciates how important they are while we all manage through the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. With a grant from its COVID-19 Local Response Fund, the Foundation has ensured that the Center can waive client fees during this period.

Staff will continue to check and respond to voice mails during business hours, as schedules allow.

We will continue to share updates and resources on our Facebook page

If you or someone you know is feeling at risk for suicide or experiencing a mental health crisis please contact:

  • Valley Community Services Crisis Line: 540-885-0866

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

  • Or go to your nearest emergency room

Hope in times of uncertainty... Healing in times of hurt.

Difficult situations and stressful times often are a part of life.  But sometimes our reaction to stresses and events can prevent us from living life fully, even make us unable to participate in normal family, school, or work activities.  If this is happening to you or someone you know, love, or care for, let us help. 

Valley Hope Counseling Center is a nonprofit agency offering professional counseling services to residents of Waynesboro, Staunton, and Augusta County.  A partner agency of the United Way of Greater Augusta, Valley Hope provides affordable, quality mental health care to people of any gender, race, religion, or income level.

Often, the first indicator that someone should seek counseling is the simple thought that maybe counseling could help. Our highly skilled counselors work with clients to address a wide range of mental health and emotional stress issues:

Anxiety or depression

  • Relationship issues
  • Domestic violence
  • Social and emotional issues
  • Sexual abuse and recovery
  • Substance abuse and other addictions
  • Career change and job stress
  • Coping with life transitions
  • LGBTQ+ issues
  • Anger management
  • Family and parenting issues
  • Grief and loss
  • Child and adolescent concerns â€¦and much more.

Our mission is to provide access to mental health services for all. 
Our vision is to build a community in which all mental health needs are successfully met and treated.   Valley Hope Counseling Center is committed to providing affordable, quality mental health care to the community

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