Mental Health Services
One of the challenges of aging is coping with mental health conditions like anxiety or depression. While aging is not necessarily a cause of mental illness, factors such as loss of a loved one, changes in financial stability due to retirement, and facing our own mortality can cause emotional distress.
That is when mental health services can be a huge relief for many adults age 50 and older. We are here to provide positive perspectives for older adults in Summit County.
Mental Health Solutions
Do you ever feel stressed, lonely, or anxious? Do you want to discuss your goals, identify roadblocks, and create a plan of action?
Consider talking to one of our licensed counselors to work through your emotions and improve wellness.
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Alcohol and other Drug Counseling
- Case Management
- Home Visits
- Family Support
- Anxiety and Depression Counseling
- Grief Counseling
- Gender-Specific Programs
Mental Health Group Therapy
A safe place for people to come together and share experiences, struggles, and concerns. Individuals learn with and from one another to gain a better understanding of their own situation. Together, men and women address feelings such as isolation, anxiety, and depression. Discovery Group helps individuals learn about themselves and improve interpersonal relationships, enabling them to make significant changes and feel better about the quality of their life.
- Fridays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
This group advances the well-being of women 50 and older by improving communication and establishing more satisfying relationships with others and themselves. Meet and connect with like-minded women, talk about successes and struggles, and share support. Women’s Connection explores topics such as culturally oppressive standards, healthy living, self-awareness, and empowerment, enabling women to develop greater awareness and insight into their already wonderful selves.
- Wednesdays from 1:00 am – 2:00 pm