Adult Mental Health
Designed to promote coping skills and improve overall functioning in daily life for adults with mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities
Mental health challenges like depression and anxiety impact nearly one in five individuals. Reaching out and finding the right care can be difficult. Fraser is here to help.
Fraser Adult Mental Health is designed to promote coping skills and improve overall functioning in daily life. An individualized treatment plan identifies goals which may include: self-regulation, emotional control, increased self-esteem and conflict management skills. Fraser staff possess expertise in a variety of diagnoses, including: autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities and other co-occurring mental health needs.
Individual, Family and Group Therapy: Helps individuals cope with feelings and symptoms and change behavior patterns
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS): Developed to bring recovery-oriented interventions directly to adults with mental health issues and developmental disabilities in their home or community
Fraser Adult Mental Health serves adults with mental health needs, including parents and caregivers. The need for adult mental health services is determined by a licensed mental health professional during a diagnostic assessment.
To be eligible for this program, you must be at least 18 years old.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.