Programs & Services


  • Intensive/Outpatient Mental Health Program (Children, Adolescents and Adults)

  • Partial Care/Intensive/ Outpatient Substance Abuse Program (Adolescents and Adults)

Assessment and Evaluation Services

  • Psychiatric evaluation by a board certified Psychiatrist

  • Medication monitoring

  • Biopsychosocial evaluation

  • Substance abuse assessment & evaluation

  • Biopsychosexual evaluation.

Treatment Specialties

  • Disruptive Behavior Problems

  • Anger Management

  • Self-Esteem and Social Skills

  • Academic and Behavior Interventions

  • Trauma Related Problems

  • Parenting Skills

  • Gang and Violence Prevention & Intervention

  • Paraphilia/Sexual disorder evaluation and treatment

  • Adaptive Living Skills

  • Drug and Alcohol Assessment and Treatment

Intensive/Outpatient Mental Health Counseling Program

The primary purpose is to assess, evaluate, diagnose, and treat the mental illness and psychiatric symptoms of our clients.Partial Care, Intensive/Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling Program

The primary purpose is to assess, evaluate, and recommend appropriate level of care for each client presenting with history and/or symptoms of substance abuse disorder and/or co-occurring disorders. At each level of care, an individualized treatment plan is formulated in collaboration with each client with focus on increasing our clients' insights on the disease concept of chemical abuse & dependency, facilitate awareness of the need for personal recovery, and provide adaptive coping skills that are critical for recovery.


Our staff presents specific workshops to educate Parents, Schools Counselors, Teachers and Administrators on the impact of mental health on a child's behavior and overall functioning.


About Liberia

Liberia is Africa's oldest republic, but it became known in the 1990s for its long-running, ruinous civil war and its role in a rebellion in neighbouring Sierra Leone.

Although founded by freed American and Caribbean slaves, Liberia is mostly inhabited by indigenous Africans, with the slaves' descendants comprising 5% of the population.

Around 250,000 people were killed in Liberia's civil war and many thousands more fled the fighting.

Big programmes are under way to address the shortage of electricity and running water. Corruption is rife and unemployment and illiteracy are endemic.

Culled from BBC Profile about Liberia


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