Behavioral Health

Our Behavioral Health programs offer an array of culturally competent and evidence-based behavioral healthcare, prevention, treatment, and educational programs delivered by a team of qualified professionals. Services are designed for people facing various challenges at different points in life, whether they are children living with emotional or mental health issues, youth and adults dealing with substance use issues, or families in need of support. We offer a continuum of interconnected services, including case management, counseling, residential living, substance use prevention and treatment, integrated health and resources for individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities.

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photograph of a black male participant in Association House's Life Skills Education Program.

Case Management

Our bilingual, culturally-affirming, trauma-informed case management programs support hundreds of individuals with mental health disorders in accessing resources and achieving independence and recovery. 

Black female counselor talking to a black female patient.

Mental Health Counseling

Our services focus on the whole person, providing trauma-informed, culturally affirming therapy that helps you reach your goals at any point in life. You’ll find information on how we can help, the services we offer, our therapists, and how to get started.

A black male participant in the Substance Use Counseling program standing with his arms crossed in the hallway.

Substance Use Counseling

Using a harm-reduction approach, we provide Substance Use Counseling and DUI services to individuals looking to reduce their alcohol and drug use. Here, a vision of recovery is made possible.

Life Skills education instructor, a hispanic male, showing a hispanic female LSE participant some tips at the bowling alley.

Developmental Disabilities

We offer a wide variety of services for people with development disabilities. With dedicated bilingual staff, we work diligently to help our participants lead successful and comfortable lives. 

3 diverse female staff members, in scrubs and professional attire standing in front of a huge colorful mural in one of the building's hallways.

Integrated Health

Integrated health provides free, bilingual primary health and psychiatric care for low-income, under- and uninsured individuals with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or co-occurring disorders.

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Dulcinea

Dulcinea is a structured living setting for adults with severe mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. We provide a safe and welcoming environment to foster confidence and independence in our participants.

Diverse male participants in the Drop-In center filling their plates with delicious food.

Drop-In Center

The Drop-in Center provides a safe and comfortable gathering place for adults with mental health symptoms who are transitioning from life in a facility to life in the community. This is a place free from stigma and judgement. 

A male psychosocial rehabilitation participant and program leader in the fron of the building for a mini carnival.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation 

Psychosocial Rehabilitation provides a structured, therapeutic program that offers group and individual services aimed at building social, economical, vocational, independent living skills, symptom management, and other skills. 

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