Our services and programs are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the community and are culturally, linguistically, and developmentally appropriate.

Our professional staff provides a comprehensive set of treatment, education, and prevention programs that focus on early intervention. These programs are designed to assist individuals with suspected behavioral health problems, to build life-skills, to improve problem-solving, and to enhance the overall well-being of individuals. The educational programs address areas such as, anger management, drug and alcohol prevention, and suicide prevention. The outpatient counseling services are provided by licensed, professional therapists who address mental health problems such as depression, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, schizophrenia & conduct disorder. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) criteria is used for diagnostic assessment.

Outpatient counseling provides clinical services to address mental illness and substance abuse issues for individuals of all ages, families and couples.
REAL TALK is designed to work with students (K-12) to encourage social and emotional competence.
B.O.L.T. is a program where African-American youth are referred by parents and community partners to participate in a culturally- based program designed to promote positive behaviors.
KidSquad is a collaborative effort between several agencies to provide child care staff and parents with the tools to encourage social and emotional competence in children with challenging behaviors.
Parenting with a Purpose is an education group designed to provide parents with effective evidence-based techniques to enhance parent engagement and skills for all levels of parenting.
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We offer community-based educational programs and services to raise the awareness and understanding of potential behavioural health problems and to adress these issues before they worsen.