Therapist / Mental Health Clinic

Harbor Lights

Harbor Lights


2100 New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
The Salvation Army
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
No
Service Description:
Working collaboratively with metro-area partners, staff deliver a comprehensive range of care at the 136-bed facility, including individual and group counseling, skills for managing grief and anger, and training for independent living and meaningful employment.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
Yes
Service Focus:
Addiction / Substance Misuse, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Grief / Bereavement
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing, Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
District of Columbia (D.C.)
Healthy Within

Healthy Within


5665 Oberlin Drive, Suite 206, San Diego, CA 92121
Healthy Within
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
We are a state of the art Neurofeedback Clinic. Many folks who may not want talk therapy are more comfortable with a direct brain treatment modality. We also have one ACSW Intern who can provide psychotherapy and neurofeedback at the discounted rate. Think of neurofeedback as physical therapy for the brain. Psychotherapy is provided by an individual who is well trained with play therapy as well.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, French, Italian
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing, Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
No wait / Can access immediately
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
California
HOT DOCS and DOCS K-5 parent training programs

HOT DOCS and DOCS K-5 parent training programs


University of South Florida
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
We run two behavioral parent training programs. HOT DOCS is an evidence-based program for caregivers with children ages birth-5 years; HOT DOCS teaches caregivers to understand the function of challenging behavior and to implement effective strategies to teach children pro-social behaviors. DOCS K-5 is for caregivers of children ages 5-12 years who have challenging behavior. DOCS K-5 teaches effective parenting, how to access community resources and how to collaborate with the schools to support their child’s education.

Services in Hillsborough County only; services rotate through community agencies. Must be a Hillsborough County resident to attend.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Coping with COVID-19, Coping with Mental Health of Others, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Parenting, Stress
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Florida
Hall Mercer Community Mental Health Center

Hall Mercer Community Mental Health Center


245 South 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hall Mercer Community Mental Health Center
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
Hall-Mercer Community Center is committed to providing quality behavioral health care services to members of our community, and in particular to vulnerable and underserved populations in Philadelphia.

We strive to be a center of excellence by providing services which foster recovery early in life and throughout the lifespan, and by educating clinical staff to established best practices, as well as to innovative approaches to behavioral health care, recovery, and wellness.

Our mission is to ensure access to effective treatments and holistic supports which promote essential skills for living, working, learning and participating in our communities.
Insurance:
No insurance needed, Medicaid / Public Insurance, Medicare, Private Insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Coping with COVID-19, Coping with Mental Health of Others, Crisis Support, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Eating Disorders, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Parenting, Serious Mental Illness, Stress, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Pennsylvania
Business Hours:
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm
Health Brigade Clinic

Health Brigade Clinic


1010 N. Thompson St., Richmond, VA 23230
Health Brigade
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
Traditional Specialty Mental Health (weekly 50 min. counseling sessions), Behavioral Health Coaching (counseling sessions aimed at behavioral changes e.g.smoking cessation, insomnia, medication management, etc.), groups (not during pandemic), and ancillary services like acupuncture, yoga, meditation, and massage (not during pandemic).
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
Yes
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Virginia
HIV Services Mental Health Program

HIV Services Mental Health Program


111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, District of Columbia
Children’s National Hospital
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The Mental Health Program staff aims to help youth cope with their medical condition and manage their concerns. Mental health support services are provided on both an outpatient and inpatient (medical) basis. Depending on the needs of the patient, treatment may include individual therapy, family therapy, parent training, and/or group therapy, psychiatry consultation, and medication.
Insurance:
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private Insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Crime Victimization, Depression, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Stress, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing, Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Eligible States:
District of Columbia (D.C.)
Healed and Whole Counseling Services

Healed and Whole Counseling Services


1136 S Delano Ct, Chicago, IL, 60605
Healed and Whole Counseling Services
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
We are dedicated to meeting the client where they are and focus on the therapeutic relationship opposed to the mental health diagnosis of the client. Our counselors specialize in assisting individuals with trauma histories, depression, anxiety, thought distortions, low self-esteem, body image concerns, adjustment/life transitions, family relational issues, perfectionism, anger management, grief and loss as well as micro-aggressions in the workplace.

Helping people heal from past traumas and live a more rewarding life is the most beneficial gift. We utilize body-based techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and other proven therapy methods to help decrease your presenting concerns. We enjoy seeing people recognize the progress they have made while in counseling and how it has positively impacted their life. We all deserve to live our best lives!
Insurance:
Private insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Anxiety, Coping with Race Related Stress / Trauma, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Grief / Bereavement, Relationship Difficulties, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Black / African American
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
No wait / Can access immediately
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Illinois
Date Last Updated:
11/03/21
Healing Collaborative

Healing Collaborative


695 S Colorado Blvd., Suite 310 , Denver, CO 80246
Healing Collaborative
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
No
Service Description:
Our focus is on the young people of Colorado. Our mission is to decrease suicide rates by decreasing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. We will achieve this through the use of cutting edge mental health technologies at an affordable cost. The Healing Collaborative’s key demographic is ages 0-30, as these are the most influential ages of brain development. We will assess household disposable income for qualification. Our goal is to bridge the gap for individuals and families who are underinsured. Individuals and families that would qualify to receive services would be those that are not eligible for Medicaid, but also are not affluent enough to receive adequate treatment. There are 10 services included (50 minute sessions) that need to be completed 12 weeks following the first appointment. Therapies offered include EMDR and Brainspotting.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Anxiety, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Colorado
Date Last Updated:
11/28/21