Region Ten Community Services Board – Nelson Counseling Center

Services Available:
• Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling
• Individual Therapy
• Child and Family Services
• Therapeutic Day Treatment
• Children’s Case Management
• Adult Case Management – Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
• Adult Case Management – Serious Mental Illness
• Rural Services

Blue Ridge Medical Center

The Behavioral Health Team works as an integral part of care at BRMC and is made up of Psychiatrists, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Case Manager, Peer Support, Nutritionist and behavioral health nurses, The Behavioral Health Team can help you with Evaluation/Counseling, Disease Management, and Medication Evaluation/Management. Like other treatments, your doctor may suggest counseling as a tool to help support your health and well being. Counseling helps identify strengths, coping skills, and barriers to your health goals. Ask your provider at your next appointment or call your provider to discuss your options. In addition, you can call and ask to speak to our Behavioral Health Team directly. We would be happy to discuss our services and schedule an appointment.

(434) 263-4000 Location: Arrington, VA and Amherst, VA

Nelson County Area Licensed Professional Counselors

April Benette, LPC
Address: 933 Pharsalia Road • Massies Mill, VA 22967 • Roseland, VA 22967 • Phone: (434) 277-5523

Linda M. Kellogg, LPC
Address: Lovingston, VA 22949 • Phone: (434) 263-6080

Luz M. Callum, EdD
Address: 894 Brownings Cove • Shipman, VA 22971 • Phone: (434) 826-0379


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