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Behavioral Health Services

CARF accredited clinic for everyone with qualifying insurance.

Providing exemplary mental health and substance abuse services

According to the National Council for Behavioral Health, one in five Americans has a mental illness and many are reluctant to seek help or might not know where to turn for help. Our CARF accredited, DMHA certified services provide much needed services for individuals searching for help.

We accept Anthem, Medicare, Medicaid & Care Select, MDwise, Managed Health Services, and Advantage Health Solutions, Tricare and Aetna.

Call our toll-free number, 844-455-4673, for more information or to get help.

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Our experienced and compassionate counselors include licensed mental health counselors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and psychologists.

We Provide Innovative, Results-Driven Behavioral Health Services

Without treatment, many addiction and mental health issues can cause feelings of isolation and hopelessness. However, through therapy, there is hope. At Volunteers of America, we believe that each person can move towards a recovery process. Clients set their own goals and the therapist assists him/her to reach those goals.

Mental Illness

Our programs promise brighter futures to people with persistent serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia and clinical depression as well as less serious, non-chronic psychiatric issues treated in outpatient settings. These issues may include anxiety, trauma and abuse-related issues, and grief. Therapists start with an assessment, move on to individual service planning, and then offer individual sessions and group psycho-education for the client.

Substance Abuse

Our skilled and compassionate professionals help people emerge from alcoholism, drug addiction, chemical dependency and abuse of prescription drugs. Services include relapse prevention, twelve-step support, psycho-education, harm reduction, and cognitive-behavioral treatment.

Family Relations

Family involvement is welcomed, if appropriate, to the client's situation.Staff members also provide help for those seeking answers to family problems, relationship troubles, and parenting issues.

Our trained therapists can work with clients at any stage of readiness for change. We are happy to accept those with zero treatment experience, as well as individuals with a lot of treatment experience.

We also work closely with many community agencies to connect clients with support if he/she has needs outside of the therapy spectrum.

"I learned that I have to rebuild bridges that I have destroyed. I feel okay to be myself. The counselors treated me in a way that I have always wanted to be treated, I just didn't know how to reach out to people."

To schedule an appointment or ask questions call 844-455-4673.

Agencies interested in sending referrals to our behavioral health clinic can send an email to Rachel Halleck at

Visit the Volunteers of America National Behavioral Health Website For Details on Nationwide Clinical Treatment Options.