Who We Serve

We serve children, adolescents, and adults throughout the community who face difficult challenges in life.






To be eligible for services, you must meet the following requirements

  • Must have medicaid insurance
  • Must be at least 5 years old


What sets us apart from other agencies?

    • There are no out of pocket costs for eligible individuals
    • All services are voluntary
    • Our clinicians go out to your home
    • Our clinicians go out to the school and/or into the community


We provide the Mental Health Rehabilitation Services listed below:

  • Case Management/Service Coordination for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
  • Community Integration for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
    • Community integration is designed to help people improve their personal, social, and vocational skills in order to live more successfully in the community. Activities are determined by the needs of the person served, therefore settings can vary from the home to the community. 
    • Community integration allows for opportunities for individuals to learn skills through various activities including but limited to the following:
      • Communication activities
      • Spiritual activities 
      • Cultural activities 
      • Vocational pursuits
      • Development of work attitudes
      • Employment activities 
      • Development of living skills
      • Health and wellness promotion
  • Crisis Intervention for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
    • Crisis services are aimed at the assessment and stabilization of symptoms related to mental illness, emotional distress, alcoholism, drug abuse, or in response to domestic violence and abuse/neglect. 
  • Outpatient Treatment for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
    • Mental Health Assessment
    • Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment 
    • Individual Behavioral Counseling 
      • Situation stressors
      • Family relations
      • Interpersonal relationships
      • Mental health issues
      • Life span issues
      • Psychiatric illnesses
      • Substance use disorder
      • Other addictive disorders

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