Mental Health Services
The Whole Person’s Mental Health Services provides advocacy for anyone with a physical, cognitive, or mental health disability.
We are here to help you achieve personal goals and independence through advocacy and peer support groups. We can also refer you to helpful community resources and provide guidance with housing, education, Social Security benefits, and more. Transportation assistance is available to those who face transportation barriers. Contact us now to start working with an advocate.
Peer support groups are a great way for you to connect and share your experience with other people with disabilities.
Living Well With a Disability
TWP offers the Living Well With a Disability course several times a year. This 10-week health promotion and wellness workshop, designed specifically for people with disabilities, can help you discover:
- How your lifestyle affects your disability
- How your meaningful life goals can help you develop healthy living habits
- How healthy living habits can create new possibilities
Involvement in health promotion and wellness programs has been shown to reduce medical care costs and improve quality of life and overall health. Participants of Living Well With a Disability will attend an orientation and ten two-hour classes.
The Living Well workshop teaches tools for helping people continue or begin to do the things they enjoy over the course of ten weeks. The topics in the 2-hour workshop sessions are:
- Goal setting
- Problem solving
- Healthy Reactions
- Managing depressed mood
- Healthy communication
- Information seeking
- Physical activity
- Maintaining healthy lifestyles