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mental health and substance abuse challenges
improve your life
learn coping and life skills
behavorial services
in-home and outpatient services
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At U.S. Care, we have been providing community-based behavioral health services since 2013, helping improve the lives of adults, adolescents, children, and families. We help our clients in the following ways:

Learn life skills and coping skills to overcome the challenges associated with major depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder diagnoses through our Mental Health Skill-Building Service.
Keep their families together by improving and building family communication and unification skills through our Intensive In-Home Service and Family Support Services.
Manage symptoms and meet life’s challenges by improving behavior and functioning and increase life skills and coping skills through our Outpatient Therapy Service.
Help their children excel through our Mentoring Service.

Services

Comprehensive assessments to determine which service(s) would provide the most effective treatment plan for our clients.Learn more.
In-home and community-based services designed to help families develop the skills necessary to remain together.Learn more.
Intensive in-home services for children and adolescents at risk of an out-of-home placement or are transitioning back home after an out-of-home placement.Learn more.
Provides goal-directed training to enable adults 18 years or older with significant psychiatric functional limitations to enable the clients achieve and maintain independence and community stability.Learn more. 
Mentoring matches school-age children and teenagers with trained adults to provide a one-on-one relationship with a positive role model, decrease isolation, improve social skills, and provide academic supervision (if needed).Learn more.
Therapeutic treatment provided to adults, children, and adolescents to improve behavior and functioning, reduce symptoms, and increase coping skills.  Learn more.

Success Stories

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Dreams are not impossible

Mental illness had always made Susan’s dream of becoming a nurse seem impossibly out of reach. But we took her under our wing and helped her navigate the intricacies of community college. Thanks to one of our caring professionals’ diligent efforts, now she has...

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From foster home to adoption

Rory had the misfortune of being placed in foster homes due to a history of abuse and neglect within his family.  Due to his reactive attachment, he displayed aggressive and defiant behaviors which were an attempt...

Building skills leads to independence

Larry had a history of homelessness and psychiatric hospitalizations when he came to U.S. Care.  He had moved through 5 different homes in 12 months, and had also  been admitted to acute psychiatric services.  Larry had...Read more