ISBH Services:

Community Behavioral Health Work

Community Behavioral Health Workers (CBHW) are members of a community and part of a team working to promote the health and well-being of all. CBHW’s work alongside those we serve to address issues related to mental health, substance use, poverty, marginalization, and other health crisis facing our region.

How to access Services:

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If this is an emergency, please dial 911 or call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. Do not rely on communication through this website for urgent medical needs.

Was one of first clients ever and this place is God sent. The staff are all very nice and down to earth and will go out of their way to help. Thank you for all you’ve done for me.

Robber Faulk

I can't say enough about the staff here. They go above and beyond in order to help their clients. I've always been treated with courtesy and respect. I would recommend anyone to go there if they find themselves in a position where they need assistance.

Alisha Zeimer

These people, legit saved my life. I wouldn't have been able to make it where I am today without this program. When you are released from prison the don't give any sort of stepping stone, just kinda throw you to the streets. Intergrated Services has been there with me from the beginning making sure that I do not fall on my face. Thanks for everything you did/do for me!!!!

Natasha Lloyd

About Community Behavioral Health Work Services

At ISBH our CBHW’s come alongside those we serve to connect them with resources and to help individuals and families develop skills needed to reach their personal goals. All our services are offered within a relationship-based framework of collaborative helping. In this approach we focus on identifying the strengths of the people and communities we serve to address needs. 

CBHW’s meet those we serve in their home, community, office, or through telehealth. CBHW’s are able to provide education and connection to resources such as: housing, food, primary care, dentistry, legal, and employment, and other resources that promote health outcomes. 

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