Adult Behavioral Health Program

The Adult Behavioral Health Program is an outpatient behavioral health program which provides services that include individual and group psychotherapy, office based case management, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring to low-income residents of Montgomery County who are experiencing serious mental illness and who are unable to access the public mental health system due to lack of public benefits or their immigration status or income. This program also serves individuals in special situations, such as those discharged from a psychiatric hospital or incarceration, those involved with other health and human service agencies, or those who have experienced treatment failures in the public mental health system. The Adult Behavioral Health Program also provides psychoeducation and group counseling for clients for co-occurring disorders such as major depression and substance and alcohol use.  Clients with severe substance use or dependence are referred to a higher level of care.  This program aim to improve clients' behavioral health and  assist them in increasing their adaptive functioning in the community. Most staff members are bilingual in either Spanish and English or Vietnamese and English. Translation services are available via the Language Line.

Service(s): Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
Vulnerable Adults
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Information Number: 240-777-1770


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