Mental health concerns like depression and anxiety are more common than many people realize. One in five individuals face these challenges. Many feel there is a stigma attached to mental illness. They may feel ashamed to reach out for help or worried they won’t find the right kind of help.
Though Fraser is known for treating children, we also offer mental health services for adults. Our staff has expertise in a variety of diagnoses, which makes us uniquely qualified to serve adults who have autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities and other co-occurring mental health needs.
Our individualized treatment plans focus on a person’s strengths. Fraser therapists help adults develop coping skills, including the ability to cope with the challenges of daily life.
Fraser has individual, family and group therapy. During sessions, adults focus on coping with feelings and mental health symptoms and learn to change their behavior patterns.
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services are for adults with mental health issues and developmental disabilities. ARMHS focuses on managing mental health symptoms so individuals can continue to be successful in their homes and communities. The program can help people build or practice skills that have been lost or diminished due to mental illness.
Fraser Adult Mental Health is also available to parents and caregivers. You must be at least 18 years to receive care.