Comfortable and safe support to address your needs, goals, concerns and desires – whatever they may be.
We understand that different stages in life present different challenges, we are here to help.
Adolescents require specific expertise, someone who understands and can help you navigate this sometimes overwhelming stage in your life.
Whether day to day responsibilities are getting too much to handle, or you need treatment for a specific problem or disorder, we can help.
It’s never too late to improve your wellness and reach your goals – working to continue moving forward despite difficulties in the past.
Since 1998 SOARR has offered quality mental health care through our therapeutic and support services.
Whether you are having anxiety, depression, or other emotional issue, SOARR Behavioral Health Services can help. Take the first step to making a change and schedule an appointment. We assess each individual to ensure they receive the best help and support possible.
Talk therapy is more than talking about your problems. Therapy teaches new ways to think about situations that bother you. It can help you cope with feelings and situations. It can help with feelings of anger, fear, anxiety, shyness, and panic. It also can give you tools to help fight low self-esteem and depression.
Art therapy uses the creative process of art making to improve and enhance physical as well as emotional well being. With the support of the art therapist, you are provided a creative tool to confront and work through emotional and physical pain, increase self-awareness, regain a sense of self, and help express unspoken and often unconscious fears and concerns about your life experiences.
SOARR Behavioral Health Services helps with emotional and behavioral challenges and help you develop skills to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.
Individual & Group Support Services Onsite
Locations for services are found within community and site-based settings and are determined by each individuals preference.
Stress and Anxiety
Addictions and Compulsions
Grief, Loss, or Bereavement
Parenting or Family Problems
Chronic Pain or Illness
Domestic Violence or Abuse