The mission of the Behavioral Health Division is to instill balance, wellness, and resilience throughout American Indian and Alaska Native communities in partnership with Tribes, Tribal organizations, and urban Indian health organizations, as well as with federal, state, and local agencies. The Division seeks to foster excellence in holistic approaches that promote healthy lifestyles, families, and communities. The Division will coordinate national efforts to build capacity and share knowledge throughout Indian Country and will assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of culture- and community-based programming
The Division of Behavioral Health envisions American Indian and Alaska Native communities achieving the highest levels of well-being through culturally based initiatives that integrate traditional practices and Western medicine in the context of holistic individual, family, community, and intergenerational health.
- Mental Health Evaluation (a.k.a. Diagnostic Assessment) and applicable referrals
- Psychological Testing
- Individual, Family and Couples Psychotherapy
- Psychiatric Evaluation for Medication Management (requires a negative screen on a urine drug screen)
- Crisis Assessment and Intervention
- Smoking Cessation: Group Therapy w/ Adjunct Medication Management
- Patient and Family Education
- Patient Advocacy
- Multidisciplinary Team and Case Reviews
Hours of Operation: The BHD will be operational M-F 8am to 5pm. They office may close intermittently including, but not limited to, the following events: routine maintenance, staff meetings (Thursday afternoons) and federal holidays. TREATMENT and SERVICES will be made available based on the following:
Open Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Closed every Thursday from 1:00 – 2:30 PM
The phones are answered beginning at 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EXCEPT Thursdays when the BHD conducts Staff Meetings from 1-3 PM. At any time, patients are encouraged to leave messages which will be answered within 24 hours.