Here2Help Community Services
provides community-based services in the Commonwealth of Virginia. These services are comprehensive in nature and practical in their approach. Each client receives a comprehensive assessment and an individualized service plan that addresses his or her needs. Vested in the communities it serves, Here2help works collaboratively with other community agencies and links clients to available community resources. Operating in compliance with federal and state regulations governing mental health services, Here2help maintains the confidentiality and protects the rights & privacy of the clients we serve. Here2help is a member of the local Human Rights Committee. Caring and competent mental health professionals work diligently to help clients achieve established goals and improve their quality of life.
is a Licensed Clinical Social worker who has worked in Hampton Roads for nearly 25 years providing counseling, education and support to children and families. She is the Program Director and Co-owner of Here 2 Help Community Services. Mrs. Williams has served many vulnerable populations to include victims of domestic violence, homeless individuals/families, foster children and a notable 17 years of experience working with persons infected and affected by HIV. As a therapist, she has provided individual, family, couples and group therapy. She has facilitated anger manager management groups with teens and adult women. She has also facilitated psychoeducational group for Women coping with Anxiety and Depression and Women infected with HIV. She has worked with children and adults diagnosed with ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, Anxiety and PTSD. She has provided assessment and treatment to assist patients with accessing the best level of care to include crisis management and pre-admission screenings for inpatient psychiatric treatment. Mrs. Williams holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from Norfolk State University and Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology from Old Dominion University. In addition, she has attended multiple trainings on trauma, substance abuse and counseling and this August will begin the process of becoming a Registered Play Therapist.