Located in Northern Virginia region, our Nova office serves the greater metro area including Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington, Alexandria & Falls Church.
The mission of Compass is to provide quality behavioral health services to stabilize, strengthen, and support youth, adults, and families.
Compass has established three core values that form our framework: Integrity, Client Health, and Professional Growth.
Compass understands the complexity of behavioral health needs. We utilize a combination of trauma-informed and evidence-based therapies.
Connections provides home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for children and adolescents under the age of 21, who demonstrate significant impairment in adaptive functioning that is related to either developmental delays or other health conditions. Connections is not a diagnosis-specific program and children with other disorders who exhibit communication and social skills deficits in combination with maladaptive behaviors may qualify for services.
Intensive In-Home (IIH) is a home-based, highly supportive and comprehensive program that provides stability for children, adolescents, and their family who are experiencing a mental health crisis. By design, IIH services are more intensive than traditional mental health services as they focus on the stabilization of the child across multiple settings with the goal of decreasing future hospitalizations or other high-level out of home placements.
Mental Health Skill-building Services (MHSS) is an intensive, home-based service that is designed to assist the client in obtaining independence or stability within the community. MHSS is available for adults who have long-term mental health needs, cognitive deficiencies or dual diagnoses.
Our traditional outpatient counseling program serves children, adolescents, and adults. Compass offers individual, family, and couples therapy, matching our treatment approach with our clients’ specific needs. Compass specializes in a variety of mental health concerns including stress, anxiety, depression, family conflicts, and behavioral challenges.