Community Reach Center's counseling services are provided in convenient outpatient locations or other community-based settings. The core components of all counseling services at Community Reach Center are:
Therapists at Community Reach subscribe to the belief that most emotional and behavioral reactions, good and not-so-good, have been learned. The goal of therapy here is to help clients "unlearn" undesirable reactions, and to discover new ways to react that bring more peace and less conflict to their lives.
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Most of Center's counseling services are provided in a private, confidential, outpatient setting at the Community Reach Center outpatient office of your choice.
Support groups are a form of therapy compatible with your individual sessions with your therapist, that can offer valuable insight and solutions to challenges that you're experiencing, as well as a forum where clients can celebrate recovery achievements. Each group is facilitated by a member of the Center's clinical staff. Enrollment for any group simply requires a referral from your therapist.
Your therapist may refer you to a Case Manager to offer you extra support during your recovery process. Case Managers provide services in individual and group settings that are designed to promote independent living. Case Management services are tailored to each client's individual level of care, and adjusted accordingly as the level of care changes.
All five Community Reach Center outpatient offices provide psychotherapy and psychiatric services at no cost to victims of crimes (such as physical or sexual abuse). These services are funded in collaboration with a grant from the 17th Judicial District VALE Board.
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Local Support Organizations
Community Reach Center's clients, former clients, and families have benefited from the ongoing support of these local organizations:
A group of families, friends and individuals who are touched by mental illness. anyone dealine with a mental illness, including clients, family members and friends, can benefit from the support that Friends & Family Support Group offers. Meets Wednesday of every month, 7:00-9:00pm. For more information and meeting location, call 303-853-3770 or e-mail Sheryl Bain at email@example.com .