Services for Adults
The Clinical Division provides a variety of programs to assist adults experiencing behavioral health concerns. In addition to our Crisis Services, we also offer outpatient mental health and substance use disorder services, residential substance use disorder services, and services to young adults suffering psychosis for the first time.
The Community Support Division provides a range of programs for adults with both mental health and developmental disabilities. The goal is to offer the necessary training and supports to enable each individual to live in the community and in environments of their own choosing. The services include support coordination (the gateway to all Community Support Division services), 24-hour supervised housing and group homes, supported apartment living, and day rehabilitation services.
Use the links to the left for more information about specific programs.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our mental health crisis hotline at 540-825-5656.