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Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (CIBH)
Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (CIBH) offers an array of services and supports to meet the behavioral health needs of our community. From developmental services for infants to children and adults struggling with anxiety, depression or drug addiction, no matter your situation, we are here for you. Call 757-547-9334 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and let us know how we can help. For 24-hour emergency services, call 757-548-7000.
At this time, we are only accepting Chesapeake residents. Please call our Same Day Access team for more information at 757-547-9334.
How to Get Started at CIBH
See details and information on how to get started.
Are you or someone you love struggling with a heroin or other opiate addiction? We have addiction resources for you.
Have you ever wondered about CIBH's plans to meet the growing behavioral health needs of our community? Read our Strategic Plan 2020 to 2023 (PDF) to find out.
Our core purpose: Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (CIBH) provides a safety net while simultaneously promoting self-reliance for people who others cannot or will not serve.
Our mission: CIBH provides behavioral healthcare to citizens of the City of Chesapeake whose lives are affected by mental health, substance use, or developmental disabilities to facilitate opportunities for recovery, resilience and wellness.
Our vision: Individuals in Chesapeake whose lives are affected by mental health, substance use, or developmental disabilities lead satisfying lives to reach their fullest potential.
Our core value is to maintain a culture of caring through:
- Teamwork - be resourceful and collaborate to optimize services
- Respect - treat people with dignity; provide culturally competent care
- Ethical service - act with integrity
- Accountability - accept responsibility
- Transparency - share information and communicate openly
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Hi-Tech Privacy Practices (PDF) updated January 22, 2014