Mental Health Services


The Human Services Division provides outpatient counseling services for the treatment of problems due to a mental disorder or issues related to self-esteem, grief, aging, and family concerns. This can include depression, anxiety, panic, post-traumatic stress, bipolar illness, phobias and other related conditions. In addition, counselors are available on a drop-in basis for information and referral to service providers within the community. The staff includes Licensed Clinical Social Workers, a psychiatrist, social service assistant, student interns and volunteers.
All clinical services are confidential. Our professional staff sets high standards to ensure your privacy.
Human Services operates on a sliding fee schedule. Family income, family size and other considerations determine clients' fees. Clients will not be refused services due to inability to pay. Most insurance and Medicare accepted.
  • Counseling/Psychotherapy
  • Individual
  • Couple
  • Family
  • Group
  • Child/Adolescent

 Psychiatric Services

Kim Dolan, APN, is available to evaluate your needs.
  • Psychiatric Assessment
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Home-Based Assessment for homebound or frail
  • Consultation

Crisis Intervention

Individuals experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety, suicide or confusion can reach out to a trained professional who will work with the individual or a family member to provide assistance.
  • Phone support during regular business hours
  • Police requests for assistance for psychiatric emergencies
  • Psychological First Aid
  • On-site assessment and referral


The Human Services Division places a high priority on addressing the mental health needs in the community and tailoring programs designed to meet those needs.

  • Educational workshops and seminars
  • Consultation to community agencies, schools, businesses, individuals and families
  • Public Speaking