Your Well-Being Matters to Us
Good healthcare involves paying attention not only to physical health, but also stress, emotions, habits, and behaviors, and how they interact with your medical conditions.
Our Behavioral Health Providers can help you get the information, skills, and support you need to feel better, regain control of your life, and live more fully.
Our Behavorial Health Providers can help you manage:
- Persistent pain
- Substance and/or drug dependence
- Elevated blood pressure or cholesterol
- Smoking cessation
- Memory problems
- Gastrointestinal problems
- Sexual dysfunction
- Problems related to pregnancy
- Weight management
What to Expect
Behavioral Health Providers are a part of your patient-centered care team at NHC and work closely with your other providers to give you comprehensive care. We cannot prescribe medications, but we can help you manage the symptoms for which you are using medications.
Behavioral Health Providers are licensed psychologists, counselors, or clinical social workers who specialize in helping people develop skills and make changes to improve their overall health and manage their health conditions.
Behavioral health sessions are usually 20-30 minutes every 2-4 weeks, and most patients are seen by their Behavioral Health Provider between 1 and 6 times. You may also receive a referral for services outside of your NHC clinic, as needed (such as seeing a mental health counselor).
Schedule Your Visit
NHC's team of primary care, dental, and support staff provide comprehensive preventive, primary health, and dental care solutions for you. Our teams speak English and Spanish, and translations for other languages are available upon request.
No insurance? No problem. We offer discounts on all our services and prescription medications. All patients are encouraged to apply.
THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF THE NHC MISSION
Meeting patients where they are
Uche Nwizu, a Clinical Pharmacist with NHC, provides care for a couple with several chronic conditions. Amy has hypertension and schizophrenia and her husband Paul has diabetes, liver cirrhosis, and bipolar disorder.
The NHC Difference
Our care teams provide high-quality whole-person care, supporting each patients' unique mental, emotional, and physical health needs. The care you receive at NHC will help you get healthy and stay healthy with collaborative solutions right for you and your particular situation, regardless of your residence status, citizenship status, income, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, or religion.