Counseling

Our counseling program helps children, adolescents, individuals, and families experiencing emotional or mental health issues such as: Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Divorce, Anger Management, Family Crisis, Domestic Violence, Parenting and Pregnancy, and Substance Use Addiction. Catholic and Christian counselors are available upon request. We work with a variety of insurances, grants, and private donors to ensure you get the care you need.   

 
 
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group Treatment Services

Alternatives to Violence (ATV) –  This aggression intervention program helps clients recognize unhealthy behavior patterns and enter the process of becoming non-abusive. Groups are available for both men and women.

Co-Occurring/Dual-Disorder Services – Specialized services are provided for individuals experiencing substance use in addition to mental illness. Clients of this program may receive individual counseling and/or referrals to the psychiatrist.


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Substance use disorder & addiction

Substance Use Assessments – Persons may use this service to verify the presence or absence of substance use disorders. Assessments are confidential and impartial. Each assessment will be accompanied by a list of treatment recommendations as necessary or appropriate, by our experienced and professional staff.

Driver’s License Assessment – This assessment is conducted for individuals seeking to have their driver’s license reinstated following a suspension or revocation. Clients are able to use this assessment, and subsequent recommendations, as part of the reinstatement process. 

Mental Health Outpatient Services – These services are designed to help client’s sort out the problem areas that encroach on life. The goal of counseling is to help client’s find the energy and strength to solve the issue that they are dealing with. The counselors and psychiatrist take a hands-on approach to help develop skills in dealing with Mental Health Issues.

Health Professionals Recovery Program – We are a provider of substance abuse, mental health, and co-occurring treatment for HPRP. Services may include individual and group treatment.