PIMHA Works beyond limits..

PIMHA has a wide range of programs, services and strategies that are aimed to provide the best care services to the individual and to the community. We have staff that are dedicated and are willing to go beyond limits to ensure that the individual goals are achieved and success are meet.

We provide resources and referrals to transitional housing and inpatient treatment.


Peer Support

Trained professionals who have been successful in the recovery process who help others experiencing similar situations. Peer support workers help individuals become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment.

Behavioral Assessment

While behavioral health assessments are the first step to gaining mental health support, the assessment process may be a source of stress in itself. However, it doesn’t need to be. An assessment is simply used to determine how best to serve your needs and goals regarding mental health and potentially substance use. PIMHA offers different levels of care to match your needs, and the assessment shows our team where to start.

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling involves the exchange of various issues, with the therapist listening to the issues and then providing comments. The client and therapist have a high level of communication exchange. It usually takes some time for the dynamics of the therapist-client interaction to fully emerge. There will be indicators of therapeutic efficacy only after the relationship has evolved. Individual counseling may also deal with short-term therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which does not rely on the two parties' relationships.

Group Counseling

Group counseling entails detecting concurrent interaction between therapists and clients outside of familial and social networks. The groups may be homogeneously composed of persons experiencing the same issues or heterogeneously composed of people experiencing different issues based on the individual's background history and concerns.  Furthermore, it entails resolving issues that are currently affecting a person. A group of people attempting to overcome a drug addiction or those battling terminal diseases such as cancer are appropriate examples of group counseling.

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