Issues involving mental health can be overwhelming and it isn’t always easy to find the assistance you need. While medical clinics can be of some help, support from trained professionals can make the biggest difference. The MAP counselors not only have the resources for members seeking assistance, but they can also provide temporary counseling when you’re going through a difficult time.
The information provided in the links below is as specific as possible; however, if you need information not provided, please try the following things:
- Call 311. The operators have a wealth of information and can connect you to available known resources.
- Use your favorite search engine. Look for city and state government web sites, which often provide a gateway for services that are offered.
- Contact your local elected official’s office.
Information available for health programs/services.
Mental health community residences and outpatient services.
Free individual counseling for children. Parenting support programs. Outpatient mental health.
Programs and services for youth and family, including foster care, school-based services, job readiness training, and community mental health services.