Mental Health and Addiction Resources in Fauquier and Rappahannock
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MEDICAL EMERGENCY ▼
MEDICAL EMERGENCY ▲
If you are experiencing a MEDICAL EMERGENCY:
CALL 9-1-1
MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS ▼
MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS ▲
If you are experiencing MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS:
Call Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 24/7 CRISIS LINE
CALL (540) 825-5656
For the 24/7 National SUICIDE PREVENTION Lifeline
CALL (800) 273-8255
For the 24/7 CRISIS TEXT LINE:
Text "Home" to 741-741
NON-EMERGENCY ▼
Phone: (540) 341-8732
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Mental Health and Addiction Resources
in Fauquier and Rappahannock

Phone: (540) 341-8732
X

GET HELP NOW

MEDICAL EMERGENCY ▼
MEDICAL EMERGENCY ▲
If you are experiencing a MEDICAL EMERGENCY:
CALL 9-1-1
MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS ▼
MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS ▲
If you are experiencing MENTAL HEALTH or ADDICTION CRISIS:
Call Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 24/7 CRISIS LINE
CALL (540) 825-5656
For the 24/7 National SUICIDE PREVENTION Lifeline
CALL (800) 273-8255
For the 24/7 CRISIS TEXT LINE:
Text "Home" to 741-741
NON-EMERGENCY ▼
Dona Rodgers

Dona Rodgers

Secretary (2021-2023)

Dona Rodgers

Dona Rodgers is the proud mother of a son, Austin, and twin daughters, Aberle and Morgan.  She grew up in Greenwich CT, attended James Madison University where she earned a B.S. in Psychology and met her husband Kurt. They have lived in Fauquier County for the last 26 years. Early in her career, she worked for the George H.W. Bush 1988 Election Campaign and his Inaugural Committee, which parlayed into working for an Alexandria, VA based Political Financial Consulting Firm.   She had the honor and very fortunate opportunity to be a stay-at-home mom for several years before developing and managing The Retreat at Eastwood, a special events venue here in Warrenton. Currently, she is Co-Founder and President of Morgan’s Message, Inc., a nonprofit organization created in July 2020 after losing her daughter Morgan to mental illness. It is her mission to increase awareness, reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, and insist that mental health be treated equally to physical health among high school and college student-athletes.