Treating mental health concerns helps to improve the lives of our youth as they navigate school, work, home and their relationships with peers. Not to mention, 45% of individuals with mental health conditions have comorbid diagnosis which increases the intensity of distress. For example, alcohol and drug use can present as coexisting conditions. When untreated, conditions become chronic and begin to present as physical illnesses by affecting major organs. For these reasons, immediate attention to mental health is critical to the overall ability to live a healthy lifestyle.

Seeking the service of mental health professionals is essential. Our clinical partners include qualified mental health professionals (QMHPs), licensed professional counselors (LPCs), licensed mental health counselors (LMHCs), psychologists, and psychiatrists. Services are not limited to:

Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA)
Individual Service Plan (ISP)
Psychosocial Assessment
Medication Management Psychological Evaluation

**In some cases, a referral for temporary inpatient services with a return home plan may be needed. Frequency and duration of services are individually determined.