Our Family’s Therapeutic Services program focuses on serving those whose needs are not met by other systems in our community—those who might otherwise fall through the cracks.

Meet Ruben

Ruben* was homeless and had serious mental health and substance use issues when he began counseling services with Our Family. Through hard work and supportive therapy, Ruben began to make significant improvements and started to gain the skills he needed to make healthier, more constructive choices.

After just a short time, Ruben got completely sober and found a permanent home. He began taking his medication regularly and participating in ongoing therapy. These actions dramatically helped him to manage his mental illness. He is now successful at his job, developing a loving and nurturing romantic relationship, and is even thinking about marriage—something that he didn’t consider possible until now. Perhaps most touching, for the first time in his life, Ruben says he is genuinely happy.

*Name has been changed to protect client confidentiality

Individuals served from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017
of our participants achieved behavioral health treatment goals.

Counseling Sessions

Our Family’s Therapeutic Services offers in home or in office counseling for youth, young adults, parents and elders. Our counseling programs teach people new skills to pursue wellness and goals. From marriage counseling to family counseling, to one-on-one sessions with children, teens, adults, or seniors, counseling can help with a variety of issues from relationships, to parenting, to depression, to end of life concerns for people 55+, to coping with mental illness. Our Family also provides therapeutic services to families dealing with complex issues including substance use, trauma and family violence.

Currently we only accept clients who have referrals from: Mercy Care, Optum, or the Department of Child Safety.

In the event of a life-threatening or medical emergency, call 9-1-1.

If you are having a mental health crisis, call the 24-hour Community-Wide Crisis Line at (520) 622-6000.

Questions about Counseling?

Call: 520.323.1708 x 247 | Email: