Behavioral Health Prevention Services
To help pregnant women, adults on community supervision, adults not on community supervision, families, caregivers, and individuals by providing a one-stop entry point for needed services, such as housing, employment, financial, parenting, physical health, and community connections. These services are designed to assist individuals and families who may be experiencing difficult life circumstances to address any struggles and live a life at their full potential. The questions asked in this application will only be used to determine program eligibility.
** Must bring the Intake Form to the office to conduct assessment.
A care coordinator assists with short and long-term goals, and barriers, and provides a source of connection and support. Referrals to Treatment Services, etc.
A peer support specialist is an individual with similar lived experience that offers hope, support and advocacy.
Access to services or programs to assist an individual with meeting their needs and goals.
Food, Clothing, Essential needs, Bus Pass, ID/Birth Certificate fee(s), Cell Phone/Minutes, Employment Expenses or Education Expenses, and Rental Assistance.
Must be enrolled in the Community Connect, Free through Recovery or 1915(i) Medicaid Services to access to transportation services.