Behavioral/Mental Health

“We all have Mental Health concerns that need to be monitored and addressed…..its just a question of intensity and duration.”- Al Laws

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Therapeutic Wellness 

The road to mental health recovery can be a long and difficult journey and we all need someone to go through it with us.

WIN’s Therapeutic Wellness is a community mental health provider offering services (including therapy, substance abuse counseling, psychiatric rehabilitation, and foster care) to youth and adults with social, behavioral, and mental health conditions.

When you feel like you’re at the end of the road, know that recovery is absolutely possible. People recover from even the most serious and persistent mental health challenges, such as schizophrenia, major depression or bipolar disorder. The key? Access to appropriate treatments and support systems.

How can you recover from a mental health challenge? First, let’s take a look at what you’re able to do when you are recovering…

Individuals recovering from mental health challenges are able to improve their functioning and ability to:

-successfully live and work in the community
-enjoy active social lives, attend school, practice their faith
-maintain a healthy, happy lifestyle

You may be thinking, “How can WIN help?” Our staff holistically supports individuals confronting personal challenges in a positive, proactive manner. A unique aspect of our approach to service delivery is our commitment to the Family Strengthening Practice model, an evidence-informed treatment model that support the holistic (spiritual, emotional, physical) development of youth, adults, and families.

You’re in great hands! WIN staff are effective communicators, liaisons, and advocates committed tosupporting the needs of youth, adults, and families through a Family Strengthening approach.  Our group of experienced, skilled, and licensed counselors, mentors, practitioners, clinicians, and trainers  are held to high accountability and ethical standards.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” Carl Bard

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No one needs to tell you what life is like with addiction. You are living it. Are you ready to start a new beginning?

1-844-360-LIFE 

WIN’s New Beginnings Substance Abuse Counseling offers…

  • DUI/DWI education
  • Assessments
  • Early intervention
  • Individual & group counseling
  • General outpatient counseling
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Life skills development & Spiritual growth

 FREE Lunch & Travel Assistance

  • Faith-Based & Holistic Services
  • Unique Therapeutic Activities
  • FREE for Medicaid Eligible
  • Low Cost for Self Payees
  • One-on-One Mentoring

Recovery isn’t easy…  but it is POSSIBLE

Let us help!

M,T,W,Th: 10 am-2 pm | Th 6-8 pm | Sat 10-2 pm

Additional hours may be available upon request

 

Family Strenthening

shutterstock_77873401The Family Strengthening Practice (FSP) model is a strength-based, culturally sensitive model adaptable to a wide range of human service settings, including treatment foster care, psychiatric rehabilitation, community mental health, and a wide range of other mental and behavioral health services. This therapeutic, evidence-informed model is an innovated form of the Structural Family Therapy (SFT). This innovative model emphasizes the improvement of communication patterns, identifying family structure and order, skillful reflection of family enactments and interactions, and disciplined focus on strengths. As a result, families experience sustainable change and stability despite numerous challenges.

The model’s holistic core competencies offer skills which: orient families and family workers to focus on the family’s sufficiency, competency, and strengths; assists families with establishing realistic expectations, showing understanding for each others issues, and solidifying rules, limits and consequences; facilitate the process of joining and reflecting the family’s behavior and communication patterns; engages individuals, families and practitioners with exploring the structure, communication, and inter-relational enactments of their family. Additionally, the Family Strengthening practice model utilizes Family Meetings, an innovative form of the SFT Family interview, that occurs primarily in the family’s home (but can occur within a family therapy office). It provides a venue for skillfully shaping the structure, communication, and inter-relational interactions within the family.

Culturally relevant communication and intervention skills help to establish authentic interactions. A replicable sequence of process and response techniques will be introduced that produce sustainable, measurable, and actualized change and stability. Family Strengthening facilitates healing through identifying the individual and family’s inherent strengths.

 

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