CCBHCs provide a comprehensive range of mental health and substance use disorder services. Based on your needs, you may be provided the following services through our CCBHC:
What will I receive at CCBHC?
A CCBHC offers expanded coordination with other health care and social service providers, with a focus on whole health and comprehensive access to a full range of medical, behavioral and supportive services.
You will have easier access to care and a coordinated team addressing all of your healthcare needs. You will also be involved in creating the best treatment plan for you while being supported by peers who have had similar experiences.
What kinds of providers are at the CCBHC?
We offer a comprehensive care team at the CCBHC. We create individualized treatment plans and care teams for each client. Your care team may include some of the following:
At our Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), we have assembled a multidisciplinary team of highly qualified providers who work collaboratively to deliver comprehensive care to our clients. We understand that every individual’s needs are unique, and that’s why we prioritize personalized treatment plans and individualized care teams.
Our care team consists of various professionals with specialized expertise, ensuring that we can address a wide range of mental health and substance use concerns.
Here are some of the providers you may find as part of your care team at the CCBHC:
These are just some examples of the providers you may find at our CCBHC. We believe in a collaborative approach to care, and our dedicated team is committed to working together to support your mental health and wellness journey. We strive to create a compassionate and inclusive environment where you can receive the comprehensive care you need to thrive.
Who can receive services through the CCBHC?
The Care Coordination Team provides services for people needing assistance for both behavioral and physical health needs.
We can assist you to assess your needs, link you to community resources, assist you with applying for benefits, vocational training, education about your health needs, and have peers who can connect you to mutual aid support groups and other community-based resources.
We currently offer the following services: