Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health Services are designed to help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health service benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or would not receive treatment any other way. 

Support services such as one-on-one counseling to help with issues of parenting, family relationships, depression, substance abuse and referral assistance are offered by trained, licensed professional counselors and licensed social workers.  

Counseling sessions are facilitated by trained, licensed professional counselors and licensed master social workers who are open to couples and entire families. Sessions are based on what each person is able to pay – no one is denied services based on inability to pay. An appointment must be set in advance to meet with a counselor. Referral assistance includes help with Medicaid and CHIP applications, and necessities including housing, utilities, clothing and food.