Professional, supportive, and caring assistance is available for individuals who are experiencing symptoms of mental illness.
Symptoms of mental illness or serious emotional conditions may include significant changes in:
- Eating or sleeping habits
- Mood: feeling irritable, angry, sad, depressed, etc.
- Drug and/or alcohol use
- Perception or normal thought processes: challenges such as hearing voices, uncontrollable thoughts, difficulty thinking clearly, threats of harming self or others, etc.
- Behavior: may include violence, lethargy, or criminal acts
- Assessment, evaluation, and eligibility screening for specific services
- Crisis intervention/emergency services as necessary
- Therapy (both individual and group)
- Case management and supports coordination to help you connect to community resources
- Psychiatric care, including medication, evaluation, and monitoring
- Residential treatment, supports, and services
- Community living supports to help improve independent living skills
- Peer support
- Supported employment
- Family support, including education and support for caregivers