Mental Health Services Update as of January 7, 2022
At JSSA, we remain steadfast in our commitment to serving the community during these extraordinary times. As we work to address the increased demand for mental health appointments, JSSA is hiring and training new therapists, providing access to mental health services in schools, and utilizing all of the resources at our disposal to meet the unprecedented demand.
Making care accessible is our top priority.
When you call JSSA’s Mental Health Inquiry Team, they will provide you with several care options, which may include resources to access mental health services through another provider. Because JSSA does not have the resources to manage and maintain a waiting list for services, you may be asked to call back at a later time. We know this is a challenging time, and we are working to provide care for as many people as possible.
Throughout life, we all face and tackle consequential moments—and sometimes, we need extra support to get through and find a renewed sense of well-being.
That’s why JSSA’s diverse team of skilled and compassionate licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists are here to provide the support and treatment you need to get through the challenges you are facing.
Learn more about our services:
Therapy and Counseling
JSSA provides therapy and counseling for children, teens, adults, couples, and families navigating life’s challenges. We offer individual, relationship, and family counseling.
Our Two Homes One Family program is based on the collaborative divorce model that helps families navigate the transition from a two-parent household. Adults and children experiencing separation and divorce can also benefit from our counseling services.
Supported by JSSA’s Mental Health team, the collaborative care program helps shift the burden of coordinating care for people with disabilities from exclusively family to an inclusive, strengths-based, collaborative approach.