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Mental Health Support for Families

Mind Therapy Clinic is here for family mental health support – offering support for recovery and well-being. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), and E Street Supportive Housing provide flexible solutions for your loved ones facing mental health challenges, combining evidence-based therapies in a nurturing environment. Our experienced clinical team creates a warm atmosphere for healing and growth.

We understand the vital role of families in the recovery process. That’s why we actively involve you through family therapy, educational resources, and open communication. Beyond clinical care, we foster a supportive community, encouraging peer interactions and group activities. At Mind Therapy Clinic, our commitment is to provide stability, professional care, and a compassionate community to support your family on its journey to recovery.

Stability and Safety
Comprehansive Treatment Plan
Life Skills Training
Reduced Caregiver Burden
Crisis Intervention
Peer Support

For Parents and Caregivers

As a parent or family, you want the best for your children or other dependents. You may be concerned or have questions about certain behaviors they exhibit and how to ensure they get help. Because some people cannot navigate difficult situations on their own, you should pay particular attention if they experience a loss of a loved one, Divorce or separation of their parents, or Any major transition—new home, new school, etc., Traumatic life experiences, like living through a natural disaster, or Teasing or bullying.


What to Look For

It is important to be aware of warning signs that your family member may be struggling. You can play a critical role in knowing when your family member may need help. Consult with a mental health provider, or another health care professional if your family member shows one or more of the following behaviors:

If you are concerned about your loved one’s behaviors, it is important to get appropriate care. You should: Talk to a medical health care provider and seek more information about behaviors and symptoms that worry you and talk about potential treatment options.

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