Integrated Behavioral Health
Caring for the whole person is important to NHA. We understand your needs often reach beyond your primary health care. With the introduction of Integrated Behavioral Health, we are empowering you to address all your health care needs — mental, emotional, and physical — at the very moment you need us to help.
We can meet with you as a part of your next scheduled appointment!
Ask about Behavioral Health during your next visit at NHA. Behavioral health services are available in person and through Telehealth. Like all NHA’s services, no one will be turned away, regardless of ability to pay.
What does behavioral health mean?
Behavioral health covers many situations that affect your overall health. Behavioral health includes life stressors and crises, physical symptoms, mental health and substance abuse conditions, and health behaviors. These can include abuse, addiction, anxiety, depression, lifestyle changes, family struggles, relationship issues, and much more.
What you need to know about behavioral health:
- Behavioral health conditions are common. People of all ages, genders, races, and ethnicities experience these conditions.
- Chronic pain is also often accompanied by feelings of hopelessness, depression, and anxiety.
- Behavioral health is a key part of a person’s overall health. It is just as important as physical health. It includes your emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
What to Expect from our Integrated Behavioral Health Services
Our on-site behavioral health team consists of highly skilled and trained clinicians, social workers, counselors, and trainees who can offer many services. We use person-centered, strengths-based approaches to assess your needs. If you have changes in your mood or behavior or your alcohol or drug use causes problems, please talk to us. We’re here to help, not judge. We will start the discussion about your needs and how we can address them to make you feel better.
If you’re considering suicide or hurting yourself, please contact the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.
1 in 5 Adults living in the US have a mental disorder.