About

Welcome to the Middle Peninsula Northern Neck Community Services website. On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff, I hope that this website helps you understand our agency and its mission in the most customer-friendly manner, while providing a sense of the passionate commitment to excellent service that our Board and staff embrace.

About the Board

We serve the ten counties of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, a region of approximately 2,200 square miles and home to over 141,000 individuals. Established on February 28, 1974 we are currently in our 46th year of providing services to area residents. The Middle Peninsula Northern Neck Community Services Board is one of 40 such boards across Virginia providing services related to:

  • Early Intervention
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Mental Health
  • Prevention
  • Substance Use

Members

  • Essex - E. Stanley Langford, Jr. - Vice Chair
  • Gloucester - Antenette Stokes
  • King & Queen - Rosalyn Trent
  • King William - Matthew R. Kite
  • Lancaster - Alice T. Coates
  • Mathews - Edith Turner
  • Middlesex - Dr. Darryl J. Pirok - Acting Chair
  • Northumberland - H. Pratt Haynie, Jr.
  • Richmond - David Parr
  • Westmoreland - Kathryn Knoeller

Mission Statement

The mission of the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board is to provide comprehensive clinical and support services to those who need us.

We measure and assess their needs, plan for their effective treatment, and assemble the necessary resources to ensure that our services are the best they can be. We seek the participation and consent of those we serve.

We inform and educate the public about the nature of disabilities and the services we offer to help those with disabilities attain their personal goals. We actively advocate for the prevention of emotional and developmental disabilities, while promoting awareness of the dignity and value of those with such disabilities.

We maintain the highest professional standards, performing our services with competence, compassion, patience, and fairness.

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