New Leaf Behavioral Health is committed to ensuring that individuals in the community get the help they need, despite their circumstances. Below is a list of some of the most vulnerable in our community that we provide services to.
Reduced Fee Program
This program allows anybody the choice to seek mental health treatment. With a sliding scale that starts at just $5 per session, and many individuals qualifying for free services, this program makes affordable support available for those in need.
This program is meant to address many of the needs and challenges related to women and to remove barriers to them accessing services. Many of the unique aspects that women and mother’s face make it difficult for them to get help for themselves. This program works to remove financial and physical limitations to women accessing vital mental health services.
This program empowers children by giving them the skills they need to work through many of the challenges they encounter at this age, including dealing with transitions, parental separation/divorce issues, bullying at school and inadequate peer and support groups. With an emphasis on social development and overcoming mental health challenges, this program helps children have the life skills to be successful.
Issues Impacting Men
Men have needs for mental health services that often require a more tailored approach to help address their needs.
Often termed the “silent epidemic” suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for young people ages 10-18 and is the 3rd leading cause of death for young adults ages 18-22.