Counseling services at MHS are varied and provide expertise and experience from a wide range of sources. You may need legal advice regarding immigration or citizenship issues; you may need help improving your English usage; you may need help for an issue with your child; you might need counsel regarding domestic abuse.
Below is a list of sources of counseling. The program and the type of counseling is listed. For some programs, more than type of counseling may be offered. If you have questions regarding regarding any of these programs and counseling resources, please call our Information & Referral hotline: 571.748.2818 for confidential intake in the appropriate language.
|Program:||Type of counseling available|
|PSTT||Program for survivors of Torture & Severe Trauma. Mental health, psychiatric, case management, and legal services.|
|Immigration Legal Services||Legal representation from attorneys with expertise in the field of immigration law.|
|Mental Health Services||Trained and licensed mental health providers (psychiatrists, social workers, counselors)|
|IPE||Trained counselors and volunteers (teachers, tutors, mentors, advocates) to prevent gang involvement.|
|Domestic Violence||Individual and group counselors for victims and perpetrators, with case management services for victim advocay.|
|Information & Referral||Expertise and language-friendly counsel regarding information about human services in the community, plus help referring you to those services.|