Substances are readily available to our children, whether it’s liquor at a family reunion or prescription pills left over from an injury.
In 1994, Pillars Community Health launched a program to provide additional support to children and adolescents living with mental illness.
Pillars’ sexual assault hotline is free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day. Its purpose is to provide crisis intervention to survivors of sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.
By now, many in our community have seen or heard about 13 Reasons Why, a Netflix original series based on the novel by Jay Asher.
To empower our community around this issue, we offer Individual Placement & Support (IPS) Employment Services to adult clients with a diagnosis of severe mental illness who are unemployed or underemployed.
Pillars’ Student Training Services provide quality training in psychotherapy onsite, which gives interns exposure to work in a community mental health setting and helps us provide quality services to clients.
Each year in September, the nation recognizes Suicide Prevention Week. At Pillars Community Health, we understand that suicide isn’t typically the cause of death, it’s the means.
Leah Mizell, LCSW, director of Pillars’ Crisis/SASS program, answers questions about what makes this program so vital—and special.