Behavioral Health refers to a person’s overall emotional, mental and physical wellness. When trouble arises, a person may experience an imbalance, have difficulty meeting ordinary demands of everyday life, and may be unable to get rebalanced without support. Behavioral Health conditions may affect how we think and behave in ways that can be harmful to ourselves or to others if not addressed.
Our services are based upon the strengths and abilities, as well as the needs and challenges of the person served, in order to help the person achieve his or her own recovery vision. Services are based upon an understanding of what wellness, self-responsibility, empowerment and having a meaningful role as a part of the community means for the person seeking services.
Prevention services include suicide prevention and tobacco prevention through policy development. Intervention is for consumers who may have problems with substance use or emotional issues that place them at risk.