At YES, we offer individual, couples, family, and group counseling to those requesting support that are appropriate for our services. We believe family involvement and assistance is an integral part of treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. After all, the greatest successes in treatment often occur when all family members recognize their role related to the presenting problem and are open to active participation in the healing and growing process.
We require that our clinical staff be certified in a variety of evidence-based treatment models in order to best serve our clients and to assure the best outcomes. As a result, we are also able to accept most insurance. For those who do not have insurance, a sliding scale fee is available based on income and ability to pay. These fees are determined at the time of intake. No individuals are denied services based upon an inability to pay.
All clients requesting services will receive a comprehensive assessment by a qualified health professional. In the event an individual's needs can be better served in an outside program, a referral to another trusted and capable facility will be provided. To schedule an intake, please give us a call.
Our counselors are experienced in helping clients, couples, and families work through the following issues and many more:
We have a variety of groups, which bring together people with common interests, age groups, challenges, etc. Though services may be added or discontinued as community needs change, some of the groups typically offered are listed below:
Girls' Self Esteem Group
For females between the ages of 14 and 18, who present with self-esteem issues and related at-risk behaviors including alcohol/substance use, relationship concerns, or struggles with academic achievement.
Women's Support Group
An ongoing group intended to help empower women and develop more effective life skills, often pertaining to development of healthy relationships, coping, positive communications, time management skills, and more effective parenting.
Young Adult Life Skills
A group for young adults who are having difficulty transitioning into adulthood. This may be related to difficult experiences during childhood, family relationship issues, trouble establishing healthy relationships, and/or uncertainty about future/goals.
Other groups are offered at various times throughout the year based on need, these include: Anger Management, Adolescent Stress Management, Adolescent Empowerment, Youth Social Skills, Support Group for Children of Alcoholic/Mentally Ill Parents, Divorce Group for Adolescents, etc.
A variety of parenting groups and drug/alcohol related groups are available as well. For more details see the Parenting Program and/or Drug & Alcohol Treatment pages.