Psychiatric and Psychological Services

If you are experiencing depression or anxiety, your therapist may recommend an evaluation by one of our staff psychiatrists. One of our Psychiatrists or Licensed Nurse Practitioners may prescribe appropriate medications as part of your psychiatric treatment. We also have licensed professionals available to provide psychological evaluations, guardianship determinations and other psychological services.

Substance Abuse

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center has a variety of programs designed to help you overcome your addictions and to focus on recovery so that you can reclaim your normal life.

Veterans Counseling

We have qualified staff to provide Group Counseling services to Veterans. We offer counseling sessions at select outpatient clinics to assist individuals who prefer to receive treatment at a convenient location rather than traveling to distant locations for approved treatment providers.

Community Support Program, Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program & Targeted Case Management

We provide CSP, and TRP services to those with severe psychiatric disabilities. These services are designed to focus on rehabilitation and to assist individuals to build skills that will increase their functioning. These services are available to individuals 18 years of age or older who have a severe mental illness. Case Management is provided by professional staff that assist individuals in identifying and obtaining needed services and supports to enable them to live as independently as possible in their community.

The Healing Program

Specialized services are available to victims of interpersonal violence and are available to family and friends of the victims. Therapists are specially trained to serve victims of child abuse, sexual assault, adult survivors of child sexual abuse, and domestic violence.

Assisted Outpatient Treatment

The AOT team serves individuals who are age 18 or older with a serious mental illness or co-occurring disorder that does not currently meet criteria for invol-untary hospitalization. This pro-gram is designed to work with families and courts to allow these individuals to obtain treatment while continuing to live in the community and in their homes.

Homeless Outreach and Mobile Engagement

The Mountain HOME Team program will prioritize services first for homeless veterans with a behavioral health and/or substance use diagnosis and secondly, chronically homeless individuals, families, and/or youth who have behavioral health and/or substance use diagnosis. While these individuals and families are prioritized, all homeless individuals with behavioral health and/or substance use diagnosis will be considered for the program.