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Addressing Needs with Compassion, Dignity, and Professionalism

To address the intricate, intimate social and interpersonal needs of people within a community, formal education and continuous training are essential, but not sufficient. An understanding of the traditions, culture, and lifestyle needs of our clients is the distinguishing characteristic of the two dozen professionals staffing IHC's Behavioral Health Department.

Behavioral Health's goal is to meet clients' health and social needs through a comprehensive approach with compassion, dignity, and professionalism. Services are provided on site and throughout the community.

Psychological Services

  • Crisis intervention

  • Staff psychiatrist

  • Individual, child and family counseling

  • Counseling and educational support groups

  • Employee assistance program

  • Psychological testing for children

  • Additional counseling services provided through grant-funded programs

Child Program

  • Individual and group counseling services for children

  • Play therapy

  • Sand tray work

  • Parent–child interaction therapy

Substance Abuse

  • Educational prevention program

  • Adult counseling

  • Counseling for youth

  • Group work for both youth and adults

  • Referrals for Adult Residential Services

  • Youth residential placement

  • Traditional healing component

Peace Between Partners

  • Emergency shelter for domestic violence victims

  • Emergency transportation for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault

  • Emergency food vouchers

  • TRO Assistance: Assisting clients with restraining orders

  • Court Advocacy: Assisting clients with advocacy

  • Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)

  • Counseling services

  • Referrals to Non-Violence Group: a 52 week batters program

  • Protecting the Family Educational Classes on the dynamics of DV/SA and stalking

  • Presentations: Prevention Education Awareness for the community on DV/SA and stalking

  • Traditional craft making projects

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