Adolescent Mental Health Outpatient Services
Adolescent mental health outpatient services are provided to individuals, aged seven and older, experiencing mental health symptoms as well as those with a co-occurring disorder. These strength-focused, recovery-oriented, services evaluate and treat the effects of mental health that impair an individual’s ability to function. Individually designed, the goal of these services is to empower individuals in their recovery through short-term, evidence-based approaches.
Services are delivered in one of our two community clinics. Insurance is accepted. Individuals without insurance are assessed on their ability to pay through a sliding fee scale. Payment is required at the time services are rendered.
Services available include:
- Diagnosis and assessment
- Treatment planning
- Individual counseling
- Provided by a credentialed therapist, individual counseling targets short-term, achievable treatment goals using evidence-based interventions. Frequency and duration of services is based on the individual’s therapeutic need.
- Family counseling
- Medication management
- Evaluation and short-term management of psychotropic medications is provided as part of a regional child telepsychiatry initiative. In order to receive this service, individuals must have a current and active mental health diagnosis and established primary care physicial (willing to take over medication management at the time of discharge).
To learn more about adolescent mental health outpatient services, call the Clinic Manager at 540-825-3100, extension 3153. Walk-in intake appointments are available Tuesday through Friday, 8:30am to 11:00am, through our Rapid Access program.