Mental health challenges require compassionate, comprehensive care — and here at Community Access Network, we offer effective treatments for people living with both behavioral health and substance use disorders. 

We know behavioral health is complex and multi-faceted, so we’ve built our team in a way that allows us to focus on various aspects of behavioral health. Our behavioral health staff work alongside medical providers to create comprehensive, compassionate programming that allows for same-day visits across multiple departments. All our staff are Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs or LCSWs) or Masters-level team members with a genuine passion for working with our community. Our in-house staff partners with interns so we can have more boots on the ground while training up the next generation of mental health workers. And finally, we also have care managers to help facilitate and coordinate services that go beyond traditional medical solutions, approaching patients with alternatives.

Our Behavioral Health services include:
  • Brief interventions
  • Solution-focused therapy
  • Single session and same-day appointments
  • Psychiatric medication management
  • Trauma therapy
  • Psychiatric consultations
  • Care management

No two people are the same, and tailoring our mental health services to each unique circumstance is a vital part of our philosophy. And moreover, we do everything we can to treat the whole person. We integrate behavioral health care with primary care to ensure each patient’s needs are holistically addressed.

Our team members will do their best to understand what challenges each patient is facing and develop a dynamic treatment plan to deliver the best possible outcomes. We work with individuals and families, and our primary goal is to help our patients and their families experience improved quality of life and a more well-rounded approach to their mental health.

We Offer Virtual Behavioral Health Care

Community Access Network offers telehealth options for behavioral health services. It’s easy to get started — browse our quick start guide here.

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