TRAILS (Transitioning Adults Into Living Successfully) is a coordinated specialty service program (offered by Dept. of Community and Human Services) that serves adolescents and young adults who are experiencing their first psychotic episode. The program serves City of Alexandria residents ages 15-30 who have experienced symptoms of psychosis within two years of referral, have an ability to benefit from services, and are willing to work with a multi-disciplinary team. TRAILS provides outreach and referral, evaluation and assessment, psychiatric treatment, recovery coaching, case management, psychotherapy, vocational and educational support, medication management, peer support, supportive housing, and psychosocial rehabilitation programming.
Trauma expertise is not identified or does not apply for this provider.
This provider accepts Medicaid.
This provider does not accept private insurance.
Department of Community and Human Services (Alexandria City Hall)
Alexandria Community Services Board (CSB)
301 King St