About our services
Our behavioral health consultants and social workers are part of your health care team, working side-by-side with your medical and dental providers to provide skills and education to help you improve your overall health and daily life.
Behavioral health (mental health, help with substance use, lifestyle changes, etc.) and social work services (housing, food assistance, etc.) are available to any Neighborcare Health patient who has established care with one of our medical or dental providers. We also offer mental health services to students in our school-based health centers.
How to access services
If you are a current Neighborcare Health patient interested in behavioral health or social work services, call or visit your clinic to make an appointment with a behavioral health or social work team member. Your provider can also connect you to behavioral health or social services.
If you are not yet a Neighborcare Health patient, first establish care with a Neighborcare medical or dental provider before making an appointment with our behavioral health or social work team. Become a patient.
Patients and non-patients can also find resources for housing, food, financial assistance and more through Neighborcare's Find Help website. Type in your zip code to see a list of services per topic in your area. The website is available in multiple languages.