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Mobile Mental Health

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How mobile mental health works

The mobile mental health program is designed to make receiving mental health treatment more available to individuals who are physically unable and incapable to attend an appointment in an office-base setting. Our outreach assistance and treatment for the homebound team (OATH) will meet clients either in person at a convenient location or through telehealth services.

Healing Bridges believes that everyone should have access to quality mental health treatment and someone to talk to when life gets too overwhelming to handle on one’s own.

Who is eligible?

Any person who truly cannot receive therapy treatment via an appointment otherwise due to the incapability caused from a bodily condition such as physically impaired and limited mobility individuals and those who are confined to their primary place of residence. Some primary residence units that we serve but are not limited to include:

  • Nursing homes
  • Group homes
  • Personal care homes
  • Rehabilitation services centers
  • Domiciliary care centers
  • Skilled nursing facilities
  • Independent living homes

How to get started

Please call 724-225-6940 or find us on for an initial screening process to schedule an intake appointment. A member of our assessment team will schedule an interactive face-to-face visit to evaluate the nature of your problems, understand your clinical history and work with you to figure out the best possible next steps to start the therapeutic process.

For more information or questions, contact:

Jaime Lawson, LPC, NCC

Outpatient Services Director
Email Jaime
Our Services Intake Process