Integrated Health Care Services is dedicated to providing high quality Behavioral Health in Adams County. Serving youth, adults, geriatric and family’s in both crisis and outpatient services. We are Recovery Based and Person Centered in our approach to services and coordinate services with other agency’s based on individual needs and desires.
- Self-Direction: Consumers determine their own path to recovery.
- Individualized and Person-Centered: There are multiple pathways to recovery based on unique strengths, needs and cultural backgrounds.
- Empowerment: Individuals can choose among options and participate in all decisions that affect them.
- Strengths-Based: Recovery plans are built on individual’s unique strengths and include a holistic approach.
- Peer Support: Peers providing knowledge, experience, emotional, social and practical help to assist consumers to know what is possible and encourage consumers to develop a personal recovery plan.
Professional staff are available 24 hours a day to offer assistance during emotional crisis by telephone or in person, if necessary. Mental health professionals provide screening for voluntary and involuntary hospitalizations as a part of this service. TDD service available.
IHCS and its contractors do not discriminate on the basis of race, color; religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to services.
Right to be reasonably accommodated in case of sensory or physical disability, limited ability to communicate, limited English proficiency, and culture difference at no cost to the individual.
Consumers have many choices and rights about Behavioral Healthcare. If you have problems with your counselor or clinic, or have questions about you choices and your rights we want to help. For Help with your counselor, clinic or agencies helping you get Behavior Healthcare.
Ombuds Help Line
1-800-346-4529 or aaccw.org\ombuds
OUR MISSION IS TO ENSURE THAT PEOPLE OF ALL AGES EXPERIENCING MENTAL ILLNESS AND/OR A SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER CAN BETTER MANAGE THEIR ILLNESS; ACHIEVE THEIR PERSONAL GOALS; AND LIVE, WORK, AND PARTICIPATE IN THEIR COMMUNITY.