We provide a broad spectrum of traditional and full-service partnership programs designed to assist adults and older adults living with mental health and substance abuse challenges in regaining hope, developing self-determination and taking personal responsibility. Click on the links below to learn more about the services we provide. Adults ages 18 and older who are experiencing mental health challenges and also have substance use challenges. Identify issues and challenges related to dual diagnosis Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery Promote mental and physical well being Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency. Adults ages 26 and older who are facing mental health or co-occurring mental health and substance use challenges.
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