SIPA’s Mental Health Outreach Program includes psychosocial assessments, in-home outreach counseling, community linkages, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) trainings, and educational presentations. This program aims to increase self-awareness, address cultural differences, and de-stigmatize mental health for the safety and well-being of youth, children, and families.
Counselors provide comprehensive assessments. Referrals include intensive mental health services, support groups, wellness, parenting, vocational, domestic violence, and substance use programs. Schedule appointment by phone.
Teaching groups how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use disorders. Approved by the National Council for Behavioral Health, Adult MHFA and Youth MHFA 8-hour trainings are available. *MHFA Youth is for adults only*
Through the provision of case navigation, this voluntary program assists families with community linkages to easily access resources, such as employment, school, housing, healthcare, social networks, legal aid, child development, and financial assistance.
Family Preservation Program (FPP) strengthens & preserves families who are at risk of or experiencing problems in family functioning, with the goal of assuring the emotional, social, educational, and spiritual development of children in a safe and nurturing environment.
Join us for Mag-Usap Mondays every month where we raise awareness about mental wellness. Topics include self/community care, mindfulness, stress management, and more. We also offer on-site engagement and outreach in addition to introductory workshops for your special event, staff, group, school and/or organization.