An individual can refer him or herself, or be referred by someone in a family, personal, or professional relationship with the individual. Referrals can be made by telephone, in writing, or in person. Services are provided on a non-discriminatory basis, and without regard for the individual’s financial circumstances.
Services are provided to children and adolescents up to age 18 with written consent for treatment by the parent or guardian. Written consent at age 16 or upon legal emancipation is required by the youth and ongoing parental participation in treatment is encouraged and preferred. Family members and/or significant others are encouraged to participate in the treatment process with the client’s consent. Services are voluntary unless court ordered or in cases of threat of harm to self or others. A mental health professional is available by telephone for emergency services 24 hours a day.
All locations where services are provided are accessible to persons with disabilities and provide public facilities easily accessed by clients and their families. TDD telephone services and translation services are available.
The clinical staff is of diverse racial and cultural origins and reflects the diversity of the population we serve. Complete background checks are obtained on all staff.
Transportation services are available.
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