The mission of the Mental Health Service (MHS) is to provide quality mental health, primary care, and homeless services to Veterans with a wide range of mental health, substance use, and homelessness needs. The MHS provides integrated, team-based services with an interdisciplinary approach to mental health care.
- Veterans can access information and obtain referrals to these services and programs by speaking with either their Primary Care Provider or their Mental Health Provider.
- Same Day Access to Care. Veterans with needs for care can be assessed and provided services, support, and access to future appointments.
- Tele-mental health works to connect Veterans with a mental health professional via clinical video conferencing, VA Video Connect, and My HealtheVet.
- Peer Specialist services are available in several MHS programs
The MHICM (Mental Health Intensive Case Management) program has the overall mission to assist Veterans with Serious Mental Illness to reach their personal recovery goals and optimize their health, quality of life, and community functioning. This is accomplished with a team of Social Workers and RNs who case manage and provide interventions such as coordinating care , visiting in the community, providing counseling and education to Veterans and their significant others, accompanying Veterans to appointments, assisting with medication and money management, connecting to community resources, providing group and individual therapy, assisting with transportation and housing issues, providing crisis response services, and assisting Veterans to move toward greater independence.
- Mon – Fri 8 AM-4:30 PM
- Sat-Sun Closed