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How we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices at every stage of life are impacted by our mental and emotional health. Our goal is to create an empowering environment so individuals can set their path to recovery, accomplish their goals, and reconnect with their family, friends and community.

At our centers, we embrace hope and avoid the language of illness. We work with individuals to develop strategies for coping, personal growth and continuing wellness. Through a blend of compassion and understanding, we focus on individual strengths, and strive to help each person achieve desired results.

We offer a comprehensive continuum of inpatient, outpatient and community-based services for children, adolescents, adults and families. Our services have been recognized by Mental Health America via its Innovations Award program.


Positive mental health allows people to:

  • Realize their full potential
  • Cope with the stresses of life
  • Work productively
  • Make meaningful contributions to their communities

Over the course of your life, if you experience mental health problems, your thinking, mood and behavior could be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including:

  • Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry
  • Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse
  • Family history of mental health problems

Early Warning Signs

Not sure if you or someone you know is living with mental health problems? Experiencing one or more of the following feelings or behaviors can be an early warning sign of a problem:

  • Eating or sleeping too much or too little
  • Pulling away from people and usual activities
  • Having low or no energy
  • Having unexplained aches and pains
  • Feeling helpless or hopeless
  • Smoking, drinking, or using drugs more than usual
  • Feeling unusually confused, forgetful, on edge, angry, upset, worried, or scared
  • Yelling or fighting with family and friends
  • Experiencing severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships
  • Having persistent thoughts and memories you can’t get out of your head
  • Hearing voices or believing things that are not true
  • Thinking of harming yourself or others
  • Inability to perform daily tasks like taking care of your kids or getting to work or school
  • Feeling numb or like nothing matters