“We all have mental health concerns that need to be monitored and addressed…..its just a question of intensity and duration.”- Al Laws
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 Wellness Center is a community behavioral 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 to supporting 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.
Hello, I am helping a group start a non profit for the siblings of children who were lost to gun violence. These children desperatly need mental health care on an individual basis. Does your organization do this kind of service or can you refer me to an organization that can help?
My apologies for such a long-delayed response- your original message never came through. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for referrals–we absolutely can provide mental health services!