Mental Health

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We provide help to people who are coping with mental health disorders – like depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder – and provide treatment that is personalized and steeped in evidence-based care. 

Services include individual therapy for adults, children, and families. Other services include case management, employment referrals, housing assistance, peer support, Wraparound Intense Services (WISe), and psychiatric medication management.

Note: the WISe program only offers services for children and adolescents (ages 5 to 20).

Coping with Stress During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Communicate with Family & Friends

It is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared, or angry during a crisis. Talking to people you trust can help. Contact your friends and family. 

Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

If you must stay at home, maintain a healthy lifestyle -including proper diet, sleep, exercise, and social contacts with loved ones at home and by email and phone with other family and friends. 

Avoid Destructive Habits

Don't use smoking, alcohol, or other drugs to deal with your emotions. If you feel overwhelmed, talk to a health worker or counselor. Have a plan, where to go, and how to seek help for physical and mental health needs if required.

Get the Facts

Gather information that will help you accurately determine your risk so that you can take reasonable precautions. Find a credible source you can trust such as the World Health Organization website or a local or state public health agency.

Limit Media Consumption

Limit worry and agitation by lessening the time you and your family spend watching or listening to media coverage that you perceive as upsetting.

Draw on Helpful Coping Skills

Draw on skills you have used in the past that have helped you to manage previous life's adversities and use those skills to help you manage your emotions during the challenging time of this outbreak.