Family Insight’s mission is to enhance the well-being of families and individuals through evidence-based counseling interventions.


Our agency accepts Medicaid plans through the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS). Family Insight also serves clients referred to us through local funding sources in localities throughout Virginia. For questions about funding or eligibility, please contact a location nearest you.

Licensed and license-eligible clinicians conduct all diagnostic assessments for our clients. Licensed Mental Health Professionals (LMHP) and Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP) provide mental health services. These high standards carry over to our ABA (Autism spectrum) services with a staff of board certified registered behavior technicians supervised by BCBAs and BCaBAs.

Behavioral Therapy Services (ABA)

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) serves children with Autism using scientifically proven learning principles like positive reinforcement to bring about positive change in maladaptive behaviors. This method redirects conduct that is harmful or interferes with learning and increases the occurrence of useful behaviors that contribute to a healthy lifestyle. Take a virtual tour of a ABA clinic HERE

Intensive In-Home Services

This program is designed to serve youth ages 4-21 utilizing evidence-based techniques to address problematic behaviors that put children at risk of being displaced from their homes.

Mental Health Skill Building

This service is for adults and children in their late teens who suffer from mental illness and lack basic living skills, need connections to community resources and require help in managing their psychiatric symptoms.

Parent/Family Support Services

This program is designed to provide parents and caregivers with the concepts and techniques needed to successfully stabilize the family. Family support identifies and manages inappropriate behaviors and conduct exhibited by children in the home, school, and community spheres through developing effective parenting, behavioral, social and other coping skills.

Therapeutic Mentoring

This program is designed for youth aged 10 to 21 years. It utilizes evidence-based interventions to address problematic behaviors that place the child at risk of being displaced from the home and supports re-entry from placement out of the home.

Level C (Residential Prevention Program)

Level-C (Residential Prevention Program) is a comprehensive treatment approach designed to create change within a child or adolescent’s home to reduce or eliminate out-of-home placements.

Supervised/Guided Visitation

Family Insight professionals conduct and supervise visits between children and families in the home or in the community. Safety concerns may require supervision to be held at the Department of Human Services or Family Insight Office.

Outpatient Services (Individual/Family Therapy)

Outpatient Services offers individual, couple, family, and group counseling for individuals in a traditional outpatient setting. Our therapists provide therapy for children, adolescents and adults that struggle with managing a wide range of mental health, behavioral and/or substance use disorders.

Crisis Stabilization

Crisis stabilization is focused on individuals ages 5 or older who are experiencing an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature that may jeopardize the current living situation. The goals of this service are to prevent hospitalization and establish community stabilization, safety plans, etc.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services

This program provides a continuum of assistance for adolescents, adults and families throughout their process of recovery. Our program provides structured, evidence-based outpatient substance use treatment aid including assessment/evaluation, diagnosis, individualized treatment planning, substance use education, relapse prevention, intensive outpatient (IOP) and aftercare programs based on the client’s needed level of care based on nationally recognized research.

Psychiatric Services

Our psychiatrists specialize in assessment, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of mental health, behavioral and/or substance use disorders. Psychiatrists provide this assistance to children, adolescents and adults to assist with medication management and implementation of therapeutic interventions to help stabilize the patient. Psychiatric services also include interventions utilized through outpatient counseling, intensive in-home services & mental health skill building services to ensure continuity of care.

Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT)

Family Insight seeks opportunities to partner with various school systems to promote a Therapeutic Day Treatment Program that serves identified students, teachers and administrators.