Outpatient Mental Health
According to studies by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), about one in five children, teens and young adults in the United States have mental health needs. They can develop many of the same issues as adults, including depression and anxiety. During childhood and into young adulthood, these issues can affect a young person’s functioning at home, in school, and in the community.
Our Outpatient Mental Health Program is committed to assisting youth ages 5-21 who are having difficulties navigating their emotions. Our mission is to promote recovery and well-being through prevention, treatment, and mental health intervention as well as integrated services for clients experiencing co-occurring mental health issues and substance use disorders. Our therapists provide trauma-informed treatment with the ability to work with diverse populations.
We approach therapy as a collaboration between youth, parents, other caregivers, and the therapist. Utilizing this team approach, individualized goals are developed to best meet the youth’s unique needs. Together, we will help young people identify and understand their feelings, learn effective coping skills, and begin to heal from life’s challenges. Ongoing support will be provided throughout the treatment process.
Services provided include:
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorder Services
- Domestic Violence Counseling for children or young adults who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence
- Case Management Services
- Referrals, both during and after treatment