Behavioral Health

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Zufall Health offers affordable Behavioral Health services to individuals who are medical patients at the health center and are referred by a Zufall medical provider.

Mental health counseling is provided in an outpatient setting to patients of all ages, starting from age ten.

A variety of behavioral/mental health issues can be addressed by this program including:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement/grief
  • Stress management
  • Postpartum depression
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (issues related to trauma)
  • Mental health symptoms related to medical conditions
  • Domestic violence
  • Marital problems

Zufall’s counselors follow a social work approach that is holistic, taking into account physical, emotional, and behavioral needs as well as social environment and cultural identity. Counselors work regularly with Zufall providers and staff to provide integrative, quality care to our patients. Depending on individual needs, services can be brief (just a few sessions) or short term (up to a year).

All services are offered in English and Spanish by Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs). A language line is also available as needed for patients who speak other languages.

We do not offer psychiatric services or medication management. Patients in need of more acute psychiatric services will be referred to other community agencies. We also do not offer drug/alcohol treatment. In cases of emergency/crisis, patients are directed to call 911 or go directly to their local hospital’s emergency department.

To receive counseling, patients should make an appointment with a medical provider to discuss obtaining a referral.  Once the referral is received by the Behavioral Health staff, the patient will get a call from a staff member.

Check with your provider or visit the Locations page to see where Behavioral Health services are available.