Adult Mental Health
Adult Mental Health Services provides an array of services to adults 18 years of age and older who have a diagnosis of Severe Depression, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder or any other serious emotional symptoms that interfere with their daily activities. Services are individually designed to meet the specific needs of each consumer while promoting independence.
Children Mental Health
Children Mental Health Services are provided to individuals between the ages of 3 - 17.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Services are available to assist individuals with a diagnosis of Intellectual Disability with IQ level 69 or lower and onset previous to age of 18, as well as Related Conditions (such as Autism, Epilepsy, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, among many others), with IQ level 75 or lower and onset previous to age of 22. Some services and supports have interest lists because they do not have immediate openings available. People who want particular services or supports should add their name to the appropriate interest list as soon as possible. People who are now receiving particular services or supports may add their names to the interest list for other services and supports.
Substance Use Disorder
Services are available to assist individuals who have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Aftercare services are also provided through the Federal Court System.
Integrated Primary Care
Under the supervision of the TTBH Chief Medical Officer, the primary care clinics provide medical care including diagnosis and treatment of illness, conditions and/or diseases to adults and minors actively linked to Mental Health Services.