Behavioral Health

When you receive your medical care at Mid-State, you also have the benefit of working with a Behavioral Health Provider right in the same office. Your mind and body are connected, which is why Mid-State offers integrated behavioral health as part of its health care model. Mid-State’s health care team is committed to caring for the “whole” person.

Accessing behavioral health services in the same place as your health care services allow your care team to work together on the most effective plan to meet your needs. Maybe you are struggling with trying to quit smoking or losing weight – working with one of our behavioral health providers in addition to your primary medical provider may be just the right combination of help you need. They will work together with you and your medical provider and can help you to address a wide range of personal challenges including …

Life Transitions

If you are facing a challenge such as a death in the family, divorce, or illness, they can help you to manage the stress and emotional impact.

Health Conditions

If you are diagnosed with a particular condition you are struggling to manage such as diabetes, anxiety, dementia, depression or chronic pain, they can help you work towards managing the condition to improve your life and overall outlook.

Making Behavior Changes

If you want to make changes to improve your overall health and wellness such as quitting smoking, improving your diet or reducing your stress, they can work with you to help you meet your health goals.

Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and our behavioral health providers are here to help you – in a judgment-free, caring environment.

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