Mental Health and Addiction Resources in Fauquier and Rappahannock
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If you are experiencing a MEDICAL EMERGENCY:
CALL 9-1-1
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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
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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 ▼
Vinicent Holland

Vinicent Holland

(2022-2024)

Vinicent Holland

Vinicent relocated to Fauquier County in 2007. He is an ordained and licensed minister and currently serves as the Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Woodville VA and as an Associate Pastor of First Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA. He serves as a member of the Citizens Action Team for 21st Century Policing, a Member of Common Threads, a joint ministry with St. James Episcopal, Co-Moderator of C.A.L.I.P.E.R and he has served as a Community Stakeholder with Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center, the National Association of Community Mediation as well as working with local, state and national Civil Rights organizations. He has served on numerous panels and enjoys being engaged in endeavors that create unity and grow the Beloved Community. He believes that Spiritual Health and Mental Health go hand in hand. His desire is to contribute to the improvement of mental health for all and diminishing the stigma associated with mental health. He considers himself fortunate to be able to work with MHAFC. Vinicent enjoys reading, writing and sports. He is married to his wife Charlene and they are blessed with six children and six grandchildren.