Adolescent Services assist with youth from the ages of 14 through their 18th birthday or the end of 12th grade. HMDS relies upon the Recovery Model as we work with adolescents and their families. The recovery model is based on the concepts of strengths and empowerment of the people we serve. We believe that when individuals with mental illness and/or addiction have greater control and choice in their treatment, they will be able to take increased control and initiative in their lives.
Services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness are based on evidence that major mental illness are brain diseases, which result in chronic illness. Symptoms are often life long, causing impairment in the persons' thought process and their ability to function in expected daily life activities, including employment, independent living and interpersonal relationships. Eligibility require- ments include a diagnosis of serious mental illness accompanied by poor social and occupational functioning and a history of or expectation of persistence of the illness over time. With appropriate treatment, rehabilitation and support, individuals can live successful lives in the community.
The askHCPL information service allows you to ask brief, factual questions of HCPL staff and receive your response through text or email, or live chat when available.
If you are doing a project for Keep Henrico Beautiful and need supplies, please fill out the form and submit to us.
The Division of Fire performs business inspections. Neighborhood Fire Stations perform a basic business inspection.
Request Building Inspections information, such as inspection reports, copies of plans and permit data.
Schedule, cancel or see results of an inspection. Check plan review status.
Henrico Police provides support to business owners through Community Officers, programs, and resources.
By appointment only, learn from the experts about correct child safety seat installation and more.
You may request an officer or crime prevention specialist to speak at or attend your next meeting or event. We offer a variety of topics and programs to choose from.
Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services is committed to delivering high quality services. Programs are licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services. Professional staff includes case managers, intellectual disability specialists, clinical social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, and prevention specialists. Extensive supervision and consultation is provided to all staff and professional development is required. Ongoing evaluation of programs is conducted to assure high quality services.
Serving Court-Involved and High Risk Youth The Court Assessment & Treatment Team provide mental health and substance abuse assessment and treatment services to youth involved with Henrico Court Services. This team works closely with our Juvenile Court liaison, who serves as a contact person for all youth and adults who have been court-ordered to Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services.
Training in CPR and first aid is offered to citizens by the Henrico County volunteer rescue squads.
Henrico County Office of Emergency Management (HOEM) has developed these templates to help State licensed facilities meet the requirement for developing Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans (CEMP).
Crisis Intervention Team is a community partnership bringing together first responders and area stakeholders for the common goals of safety, understanding, and caring for the needs of the mentally ill and their families.
We offer a continuum of services through our state accredited facilities and in the community at large such as supported employment, group employment including enlcaves/mobile work crews and sheltered employment at a workshop and skills building training programs.
Death Certificates can be obtained from the Henrico Health Department.
A dog license is required for dogs four months of age or older unless the dog is used as a service dog. Licenses must be obtained no later than 30 days after a dog turns four months old or within 30 days of the expiration date on the license receipt. Kennel licenses are due on January 1st and no later than January 31st of each year and are paid annually.
A soil test can provide information on the proper amount of lime and fertilizer to apply to your lawn, garden and other areas of your landscape.
How to get an emergency message to an inmate at Jail West or Jail East.
If you are having an event and would like Keep Henrico Beautiful's Executive Director to attend, please fill out the request form and submit to us.
A Male Support Group Sponsored by Henrico County Department of Social Services
The division of Risk Management handles all claims for personal injury and property damage asserted against the County.
File a Standing Water Complaint
Get fingerprinted for employment or any other need dictated by law except for Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) purposes.
Obtain copies of Fire and EMS reports.
Citizens may request that an engine come out for an event such as a community day or block party.
Make a request to have a firefighter speak at your group meeting, request information on fire programs such as Junior Firefighter Program, Fourth Grade Fire and Life Safety Program and more.
The Henrico County Division of Fire will provide Fire Extinguisher Training to County Employees and Community Groups. The program includes a lecture on the types of fires most likely encountered, extinguishment theory, and the proper way to use an extinguisher safely. There will likely be a demonstration and / or the participants may have an opportunity to use a simulator or discharge a real extinguisher. This is a familiarization program, not a certification class. Ideal class size: 12 - 15 students. A Community Services Firefighter will make this 40 – 60 minute presentation.
Fire hydrants in Henrico County are the responsibility of the County's Department of Public Utilities (DPU). They Perform all installation, maintenance and testing of hydrants.
Information about visiting a fire station and taking a tour of the fire station.
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) records requests pertaining to Phase I Environmental Site Assessments can be submitted through numerous avenues.
The Henrico Extension Office offers presentations to interested garden clubs, civic organizations, homeowners associations, and other community organizations in Henrico County.
How to have a civil process document served by a deputy
Submit a request to hire an off-duty officer for your event, program, religious facility, business, traffic direction, etc.
You may request a free Security Audit of your home or business to learn how to make it more secure and to prevent crime.
Babies begin to learn and develop from the moment they are born. Some babies and children may need more help to learn than others. The Infant & Toddlers Services help children who are not developing as expected or who have a condition that can delay typical development. Some children need help in only one area of development such as speech or motor skills, while other children may have more general delays due to conditions such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or problems related to premature birth.
Policy and Procedure for Jail West visitation.
Coordination of prenatal care and delivery with VCU Physicians with delivery at VCU Medical Hospital.
Complimentary mosquito inspections are offered to help find the source of mosquito problems on residential and commercial properties.
The County has partnered with PayNearMe to offer an easy and convenient cash payment option.
If you want to hold a block party in your neighborhood, a permit is required.
The State of Virginia has allocated funds to provide tax relief for qualifying vehicles in the County of Henrico. The amount of tax relief is based upon the total dollars from the Commonwealth divided by the total tax of all qualifying vehicles in the County.
A Plan of Development (POD) is a detailed engineering plan for multi-family, commercial, and industrial projects that contains all of the essential details necessary to construct site improvements. The POD process is designed to provide a means by which the numerous reviews and recommendations of all applicable Henrico County, State and Federal agencies can be coordinated. This integrated process is managed by the Planning Department and coordinated with County and certain external agencies.
The Criminal Records Unit provides a variety of records, which are available to the public. The most requested records are traffic accident reports, incident/offense reports, or a criminal record check.
find Polling Location, Voting Precinct Information, Elected Officials, Driving Direction to Polling Location, Election Sample Ballot
The Henrico County libraries have reservable spaces to meet, collaborate or to study and create on your own.
Have your pet vaccinated at one of our four clinics held annually.
Request publications you would like to receive by mail.
Request installation of new sign or pavement markings.