Our mission is to help individuals, couples, and families reach their greatest potential by creating an environment of trust, focusing on individual strengths, providing education to strengthen life skills, and encouraging independence and self-awareness.
Outpatient services are designed to help individuals, couples, families, and groups deal with emotional problems in their daily lives.
We provide assessments, evaluations, and treatment. Counseling includes, but is not limited to, the following areas: marital and divorce issues; grief issues; situational and maturational crises; child, adolescent, and adult developmental problems; nuclear and remarried family concerns; and parent-child issues.
The goal of prevention is to help families and individuals recognize and deal with emotional issues in their lives before those issues become too overwhelming.
Our programs and activities promote emotional, intellectual, and physical health and help develop social awareness and positive living skills.
Service is available to clients, family members, friends and concerned others to assist them in the development of services during crisis situations.
Immediate assistance is available 24 hours a day at 888-552-6642 for all emergencies.
Call 273-6770 during weekday office hours, or the Sheriff’s Department at 273-5051 any time during the day or night.
Information and Referral
Information and referral is provided for a variety of services.
Click Referral List for a listing of other resources in our area.