Behavioral Health Service Guide

Behavioral Health Service Guide


Our minds are complicated...

When our bodies are hurt or we get sick, we usually know what to do to be safe and feel better - like bandage a wound, take an aspirin, or see a doctor.


But we can also be hurt or sick in other ways:


  • Sadness, anger, or confusion that lasts more than 2 weeks.
  • Abusing drugs (prescribed or not), alcohol, gambling, or using other behaviors to cope.
  • Acting in ways that we cannot understand or control that are harmful - even dangerous - to ourselves or others.

Sadness, anger, confusion, drug abuse, alcoholism, gambling, & harmful behaviors are all issues someone may confront when his/her behavioral health is out of balance.


“Behavioral Health” refers to our emotions, thoughts, feelings, and actions. When our behavioral health is out of balance, it is not easy to know what to do or where to go. It is O.K. to ask for help!


Many different people and services are available to someone who feels as if his/her behavioral health is out of balance.

Many different people and services are available to someone who feels as if his/her behavioral health is out of balance.

There are many different people who can help:

  • Counselors and therapists
  • Social workers
  • Religious / spiritual leaders
  • Doctors
  • Support groups

People can, and do, get better!


If you are in an emergency situation, get immediate help.

If you are in an emergency situation, get immediate help.

If you are having a life-threatening emergency:

  • Please call 9-1-1.
  • Let the dispatcher know if you are having a behavioral health emergency.

If in crisis:


Find a behavioral health service provider.

Find a behavioral health service provider.

What type of Behavioral Health issue do you need help with?

Below are addiction, behavioral health, and co-occurring disorder resource providers listed by category. Please click on a given link to visit the resource provider's website for more information.


Peer and Family Support Groups:



Detox and Treatment Centers – Drugs and Alcohol:



Counseling:



Psychiatric Services:



Children’s Providers:



Residential Providers: