The Adult Anxiety and Depression clinic will provide outpatient services to individuals 26 years of age and older who are exhibiting signs and symptoms of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. Individuals served at the clinic will receive a variety of mental health services depending upon the specific needs of the individual. Services available include:
*Medication Support Services provided by a psychiatrist and licensed vocational nurse
*Mental Health Services provided by a therapist and/or mental health rehabilitation technician
*Targeted Case Management
In addition, at the new Calexico Clinic individuals who are diagnosed with a severe mental illness and suffer from a substance use disorder, have a history with the criminal justice system, are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and/or are isolated and homebound can also receive services from the Mental Health Service Act (MHSA) Full Service Partnership program. This program provides client-driven, collaborative and a full spectrum of community services to ensure individuals reach their identified treatment goals, recovery and resilience.
Imperial County Behavioral Health’s mission is to provide quality professional services to achieve independence and community integration for individuals suffering from mental illness or substance abuse.
Where: New Adult Anxiety and Depression Clinic at 25 E. Third St., Calexico
When: Thursday, March 9, 10 a.m.-noon
Contact: Gary Redfern, (760) 960-6079