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Our Mental Health Services

Services for adults, adolescents, children, families, or groups. If you are interested in services, contact your nearest SCLHSA behavioral health center for an assessment. 

Behavioral Health Assessments

Determines the level of care and individualized treatment needs

Marriage and Family Therapy

Utilizes evidence-based techniques focused on teaching skills for healthier marriage and family relationships

Psychiatric Evaluations

Determines the diagnosis and the medication needed to help the client accomplish a recovery lifestyle

Medication Management

Visits to monitor and/or adjust the client’s medication regimen to reduce mental health symptoms

Certified Peer Support Specialist Services

Provides skill building sessions, Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) group, referral assistance and other support services to clients in each of the Behavioral Health Centers

Anger Management Services

An assessment and anger management screening tool will be utilized to determine the appropriate level of care needed. If client meets the criteria for education or treatment of Anger Management, he/she will be enrolled

Child-Parent Psychotherapy

Evidence-based intervention designed for working with children from birth through age 6 who have experienced a traumatic event

Individual Therapy

Utilizes evidence-based techniques focused on the client’s identified in the individualized treatment plan

Group Therapy

Utilizes evidence-based practices focused on building and practicing recovery support skills for the special populations including:

  • Addictive Disorders

  • Mental Health

  • Co-Occurring

  • Gender Specific

  • Adolescent


Crisis Intervention

Risk assessment, triage and the appropriate interventions for acute psychiatric and/or substance abuse needs in an effort to maintain the client in the least restrictive environment

Psychological Testing

Utilizes standardized testing to assist the treatment team with differential diagnosis, and in determining levels of psychological functioning including cognitive ability, intellectual functioning, achievement, learning disorders, psychological disorders, personality dynamics, and attention problems

Parent Management Training

Visits to monitor and/or adjust the client’s medication regimen to reduce mental health symptoms

Youth Post Traumatic Disorder

Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy for 7-18 year old children and adolescents experiencing trauma-related symptoms and involves caregivers

Priority admission is assured for the following populations:

  • Pregnant women who report IV drug use

  • Pregnant women who report substance use

  • Individuals using drugs intravenously

What Our Clients Say

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"Love these doctors and nurses and therapist. They are committed to helping people. I love them."
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