About our services
Our behavioral health team members work with patients who have established care with a Neighborcare Health medical or dental provider in one of our primary care medical clinics. Same-day appointments are often available. We also provide mental health services to students in schools at our school-based health centers and our public housing and supportive housing programs.
How to access services
If you are a current Neighborcare Health patient interested in behavioral health services, call or visit your clinic to make an appointment with your provider. Your provider can connect you to a behavioral health or social work team member.
If you are not yet a Neighborcare Health patient, first establish care with a Neighborcare medical or dental provider and they can then connect you to our behavioral health team. Become a patient.
We can help with many many issues
- Skills and education to help you better handle:
- Difficult emotions like stress, worry, sadness, anger, grief, or past trauma
- Anxiety and/or depression
- Trouble sleeping
- Relationship difficulties, job stress, parenting, or school stress
- Psychiatric consultation for medication treatment, when appropriate.
- Help with living with ongoing medical issues
- Reducing alcohol, drug and tobacco use
- Referrals to community behavioral health resources for more intensive treatment, if needed.