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Mental Health Services

Our Mental Health services are designed to support individuals living with a mental illness, substance use disorder or a chronic illness.
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Available programs

Clients who join our mental health programs will have access to our mental health clinic, an outpatient substance use treatment clinic, as well as other essential wellness services. We work with individuals from ages 6 years old and up to create person-centered treatment plans that will let them take the lead on their recovery journey.

Mental Health Clinic

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Our OMH-licensed outpatient mental health clinic is home to our care staff of certified mental health professionals who are dedicated to helping individuals along their healing journey, regardless of insurance. Services are offered in both English and Spanish.
Psychiatric Evaluation
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Health Management with our Nurse
Medication Management

Community-Oriented Recovery and Empowerment (CORE)

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Individuals with a Medicaid HARP plan, or are eligible for one, can access resources, tools and essential services that are needed to unlock their best potential.
One-on-one psychiatric support
Building skills towards independence
Setting goals around healing
Discovering new opportunities
Become empowered and gain resilience

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

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This specialized community-led care team is dedicated to serving individuals ages 18+ who have more severe and persistent mental health diagnoses (including Bipolar Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, Chronic Major Depression and Schizophrenia) in order to help improve functionality.
Clinical treatment
Problem-solving skill building
Relapse prevention
Medication management
Healthcare education
Housing assistance
Peer support
Access to employment specialist

Struggling with your mental health?