Many people are unfamiliar with the term Behavioral Health. In the past several years, the field of mental health has grown to include not only mental illnesses, but also substance abuse and traumatic brain injury. The term Behavioral Health is used to encompass all of these conditions.

 

Please Contact Us for a screening to see if you qualify to receive our services.


Check out our Client Handbook for more information.

 

Services Available:

Crisis Intervention

We provide crisis intervention services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service is available by calling (907) 376-2411.

New Clients

To access our behavioral services, please call for an eligibility screening (907) 376-2411. We can usually schedule same day appointments for these screenings.
*See Frequently Asked Questions for eligibility requirements.

Counseling Services

For those that meet eligibility criteria for our counseling services, we provide a full range of services for children, adolescents, and adults. Our clinic staff offers individual, family or group therapy, psychiatric evaluation and medication management and/or referral to rehabilitative services.

 

Every person receives individualized treatment planning and becomes the focal point of the services provided. We use an integrated services model that incorporates mental health, substance abuse concerns, and an individual’s physical health.

 

Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services

Our Rehab Services program provides community support to both children and adults who are experiencing symptoms of a chronic mental illness or a severe emotional disturbance which is impacting their ability to function in multiple realms including family, school, or community.

 

Case management and skills development services are provided based upon a functional assessment that identifies those services which will best meet a person’s needs.

 

Case Managers assist individuals and their families in identifying, accessing, and coordinating needed services and resources available to them both at MHS and the community.

 

Skills Development Specialists teach and monitor activities of daily living, including self-care and life skills. Staff can provide these services here at MHS, in the community, and school or home based setting depending on the identified need. We offer both individual and group skills development.

 

 

 

 


 



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