Programs & Services
When you’re having trouble getting mental health or substance use services, calling the Helpline offers you and your family access to an advocate who will listen to your concerns and provide information about available resources in your area.
Are you someone who struggles with mental illness and/or substance abuse? Would you like to talk to someone who understands? Call the Peer Recovery Call Center. The Peer Recovery Call Center helps those who struggle with mental illness or substance abuse.
The Regional Intervention Program (RIP) is a parent-implemented, professionally-supported program for young children and their families who are experiencing challenging behaviors.
Erase the Stigma is a free program that provides education about mental illness. By providing education, Erase the Stigma offers helps understanding of mental illness and reduces the stigma surrounding mental health issues.
Children and youth with Severe Emotional Disturbance (SED) who experience homelessness can receive help to secure housing and keep the family intact.
BASIC promotes mental health by identifying children at risk of serious emotional disorders and referring them to treatment.
Training is for staff members of schools, pre-schools, and daycare centers that have Project BASIC. Training is provided through support coaching and employs the Pyramid Model.
Vocational Rehabilitation helps people with disabilities gain, maintain, or return to employment.
The Violence and Bullying Prevention program helps children with skill enhancement in empathy building, resilience training, impulse control, decision making, and anger management.
School Based Mental Health Liaisons is a program that provides prevention services for children who have or are at-risk for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), behavior problems, or substance use disorders.
Emotional Fitness Centers offer no cost mental health and substance abuse screenings.
NAMI Basics and Breaking the Silence provide education regarding mental health issues and stigma. NAMI Basics is for parents or caregivers of children with Serious Emotional Disturbance. Breaking the Silence aims to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness by educating middle and high school students.
Respite is a break from the constant care of a family member with an illness or disability. Stress from constant care can affect caregivers’ health and functioning and potentially harm the family unit.
The Statewide Family Support Network is a program that supports caregivers of children with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED).