How to Receive Services
Mental health services—”therapy” or “counseling”—is the process of personal insight and growth that occurs through the therapeutic relationship. Treatment occurs between a trained mental health professional and a client. Outpatient mental health services occur in the community and may include an array of services such as psychotherapy, case management, medication support services, and behavior rehabilitation.
Mental health services may help clients feel supported, try a new perspective on a difficult problem, problem-solve, try new skills, and explore new ways to cope with challenges.
Everyone experiences some level of difficult life events, sudden changes, and emotional struggles in their lifetime.
If you find that you are or someone you know is experiencing moderate to severe disturbances in thought and/or behavior and is unable to cope with daily responsibilities and routine, it may be helpful to seek professional help.
Please answer the following questions to guide you to the best mental health resources that are available to you and your family.