Our Office is located at: 

696 Berkmar Circle | Suite 3B
Charlottesville, VA 22901

Office Phone: (434) 260-7877   

Fax: (434) 202-2181

For billing questions, please call (804) 433-3530 or email

Meet the Staff


Dana Scott, MA, LPC


Site Director

I was born and raised in Charlotte County, Virginia where they just received first stoplight in the last few years. Growing up, I watched my mother work in the human services field as a social worker, case manager, and childcare provider. I did not want to follow in my mom's footsteps and decided that I wanted to be a physician. I attended The University of Virginia for undergraduate studies and received a bachelor's degree in psychology in 2011.

During my last year at college, I participated in the Young Women's Leadership Program, where I was a big sister to a middle school girl. This experience made a big impact in my life and I credit this to choosing to pursue a career in counseling and not pursuing a career as a physician. After college, I decided to stay in Charlottesville and began working in the human services field while pursuing my master's degree. I received her master's in professional counseling from Liberty University in 2014. I recently participated in a training program for EMDR and enjoy integrating different modalities to meet client needs.  My team and I are excited to serve the surrounding community and show them what CARE at NCG is all about!


Morgan Minor, MA, Resident in Counseling


Clinical Supervisor

I am a Fluvanna County native with an extensive knowledge of Charlottesville and the surrounding counties. I attended Old Dominion University where I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with a Minor in Psychology in 2012.  After completing my degree  I began working for social services and part time with an agency who provided services to at-risk youth in the community.  During my time at social services, I attended Liberty University, studying to complete my MA in counseling.  I completed my degree in August of 2018.

My passion is at-risk youth and how trauma impacts the family system. I have seen first hand how multi generational and systemic issues continue to plague our community and breakdown the family system.  I believe people have the power to change if given the right guidance, support and resources.  I am excited to support NCG’s vision and provide the needed services to our community.