Mental Health Services
Our Mental Health Clinics offer diverse, culturally competent, high-quality mental health services for children, adolescents and their families, as well as older adults so they may improve their quality of life and lead successful lives in their homes and community.
DBT Intensive Outpatient Therapy Program for Adolescents– offers coordinated DBT iindividual and multi-family group therapy services to youth age 15 to 18 who have severe emotional/behavioral problems, and/or emerging personality disorder and who engage in self-harming behaviors.
DBT Intensive Outpatient Therapy Program for Young Adults– offers coordinated DBT individual and group therapy services to young adults, ages 18 to 23, who have severe emotional/behavioral problems, and/or Borderline Personality Disorder and who engage in self-harming behaviors.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mental Health – offers culturally and language specific comprehensive mental health services to deaf, deaf/blind and hard of hearing (DHH) children, adolescents and their families. We also work with children of deaf adults (CODA) and siblings were expertise in the effects of hearing loss on development is important.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Parent Development Program - offers parent education, case management and support services to deaf and hard of hearing parents or hearing parents of DHH children.
DHH IMPACT — is a mental health program that serves children with behavioral, emotional and learning problems severe enough to interfere with daily functioning in their home, school, and community environments. This intensive day program specifically addresses the needs of deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind children in a culturally and linguistically accessible setting.
Home-Based/CTSS (Children’s Therapeutic Services and Support) Program – offers culturally competent, quality mental health services to children and their families who need frequent and intensive interventions. Services take place in a home or school setting.
Outpatient Mental Health Services Program – offers diverse, culturally competent, quality mental health services to children, adolescents and their families. Services take place in the clinic office and are individualized to meet the unique needs of each child and their family.
Senior Mental Health Services — offers age-specific diagnostic and treatment options to address the specialized mental health service needs of older adults.
Somali and East African Behavioral Health Services Program – offers culturally and language specific behavioral health services for Somali and East African youth, who experience significant difficulty due to emotional or behavioral problems, and their families.
VOA Mental Health Clinics offer internship and practicum opportunities for graduate students who seek experience working with children and their families in a variety of therapeutic settings. These programs are out-patient, intensive, home-based or school-based, and include individual, family and group treatment modalities. Click here for more information.