Plymouth's Mental Health Ministry has compiled the following list of resources to help those in our community who are seeking quality, affordable mental health care. The listings below are provided as a resource and do not represent an endorsement of any of these services.
Avenue 360 Health & Wellness
“Avenue 360 Health & Wellness offers a holistic solution for those seeking a medical home. The patient is the center of our model, giving our patients a collaborative choice for their healthcare needs. We care for the whole person, meaning that whether someone needs a diagnosis, a prescription for flu medicine, a stable place to live or a partner in wellness Avenue 360 Health & Wellness is there. Our whole community approach means that everyone is served, from families needing a primary care doctor to those who want to spend their last days in dignity. We represent that ‘We’re all in this together,’ spirit.”
Nearest Location to Plymouth
Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers
“Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers offers compassion and grace to clients in a professional and confidential setting, allowing them to find the hope and healing they need to get better. We recognize that mind, body, and spirit are interrelated and that it is important to address all three when working with adults, children, couples, and families.
“Interface is built on the principles of the Christian faith but we also respect the faith backgrounds of all of our clients. We believe the client’s personal sources of faith and hope can be valuable tools for their healing and growth, and our licensed therapists help the client incorporate these resources into the healing process.”
“Serving residents of Montgomery County, Walker County, and Liberty County, Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare offers a comprehensive array of services and supports provided to nearly 7000 individuals with mental illness and 850 persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities on an annual basis; an average of 3000 persons are in service at any one time. Services for individuals with mental illnesses include: Mental Health Screening, Admission and Referral Services, Crisis Hotline Services, Crisis Residential Services, Medication Services, Inpatient Services, Skills Training, Vocational Services, Residential Support Services and Housing, Counseling Services, Criminal Justice Services, and Substance Abuse Prevention. Services for individuals with developmental disabilities include: Mental Retardation Screening, Admission and Referral Services, Home and Community Based Services, Group Homes, Day Habilitation Services, Employment Services, State School Placement and Discharge Services, and Respite Services.”