Mental Health Services delivers a comprehensive array of services to ensure the mental and behavioral health needs of Clark and Madison County residents are met across the generations. From youth and teens to adults and senior citizens, MHS touches lives at many different levels. Please click on the sections listed below each county for more information.
Who We Are
Mental Health Services (MHS) provides treatment and rehabilitation services to those in Clark and Madison Counties whose lives are disrupted by emotional struggles, substance abuse and dependency, behavioral difficulties, severe mental illness, and those who are on a journey of recovery.
MHS addresses a host of mental and behavioral healthcare needs, such as depression, anxiety, grief, anger management, phobias, post-traumatic stress, bi-polar, schizophrenia, drug and alcohol abuse, and addictive behaviors.
From individuals to families, and from youth to the elderly, we care to empower all people with the ability to lead productive, self-sufficient lives as valued and contributing members of our communities.
Mental Health Services for Clark and Madison Counties, Inc. and Madison Avenue Pharmacy are teaming up once again to host the annual Madison Avenue Pharmacy’s Max Graves Mental Health Open. This year’s event will be held Wednesday, September 25th, on the North Course at Reid Park Golf Club from 1:00 […]Read More
It is a very sad time, for most of us when we lose someone we love or someone at such an early age. Loss is not easily forgotten and people tend to process their grief differently. The majority of youths do not process their grief quickly, it can take days, […]Read More
Parenting a typical child is stressful in and of itself. What happens when you are parenting a child with Mental Health Disorders? How do you as a parent make calm out of chaos? How do you turn yourself from the enemy into a tool to help alleviate your child’s symptoms […]Read More
Marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco are among the most frequently abused drugs by teenagers according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, with 46% of teens admitting to substance abuse by the time they are seniors in high school. With substance abuse at such a high rate, it is imperative that […]Read More