Child & Family Services
Designed to offer a range of services to children, adolescents, parents, foster parents, and other primary caregivers for youth. Services are provided throughout the community.
Adult Outpatient Services
This program seeks to provide insight-oriented mental health services to individuals. Goals include enhancing quality of life, reducing psychiatric symptoms, restoring functioning and supporting community integration.
Staffed by Psychiatrists and ARNPs, the function of the medical team is to assess and manage the psychiatric medication needs of consumers. Psyciatric staff work in collaboration with clinicians to ensure the best care possible.
Telephone and Crisis Intervention Services
Our telephone crisis hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The line is staffed by professionals who provide counseling assistance through phone support, face-to-face contact, problem solving and referrals for additional assistance. Walk-in crisis services are also available.
Ombuds advocate on behalf of consumers having questions or concerns about treatment. The Ombuds Service can be reached at 866-439-3064.
Substance Use Disorder
Addiction is a treatable disease. One step, one day at a time, this program’s goal is to help those suffering from addiction by facilitating change in order to reclaim lives. Services include assessment, intensive outpatient therapy, outpatient and group therapy, Alcohol Drug Information School and Victim’s Impact Panel.
“WBH has an Intensive Outpatient program (IOP) IOP consist of group therapy four times a week from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. And an individual session once a month. The curriculum for IOP is living in Balance, Moving from a Life of Addiction to a Life in Recovery”.
Co-Occuring Disorders (COD) Program
It is important to know if individuals have one or more substance abuse and one or more psychiatric disorders at the same time. Each disorder can cause symptoms of the other, leading to slow recovery and a diminished quality of life. Through the COD program individuals can be connected with appropriate treatment.
Community Support Services
Certified paraprofessional staff works closely with consumers to provide individualized support focused on improving consumer self-sufficiency. This is done by following treatment recommendations and building skills needed to live as independently as possible. Case managers assist consumers who have been hospitalized to transition back into community life and may also assist in accessing housing, managing finances and engaging in other community services.
No one will be denied services based on inability to pay and discounts are available based on family size and income.