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Find hope. You’re not alone.

Overwhelmed? Anxious? Angry? Sad? Struggling to make it through another day?

Counseling services through CHS can provide the help you’ve been longing for – for yourself, your child and your family.

We all face challenges … and that’s OK. CHS empowers you to work through and overcome the roadblocks holding you back from realizing your full potential.

If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following, contact us:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Family changes or transitions
  • Grief or loss
  • Anger
  • School bullying
  • Post-partum depression
  • Trauma from abuse or neglect
  • Family crises
  • Domestic violence
  • Communication struggles
  • Nervousness
  • Insomnia
  • Worry
  • Relationship struggles
  • Sadness
  • Constant fatigue
  • Trouble focusing
  • Gender identity questions
  • Struggles from previous physical, sexual or emotional abuse

What to expect

Counseling sessions are unique to every individual and family. Our professional, caring, highly trained counselors will help you to build upon your strengths as you work through the challenges you’re experiencing.

You can expect a safe, friendly, compassionate experience.

Counseling sessions can occur where you’re most comfortable – in your home, in our office or even at your child’s school. You pick the day, place and time most convenient for you and your family.

Payment options

  • Medicaid
  • Staywell/HealthEase
  • United
  • Amerigroup
  • Cenpatico
  • Healthy Kids
  • TriCare
  • Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
  • Family Services Support/Planning Team (FSPT)
  • Sliding-scale fees (down to $0)
  • Payment plans

Payment options may vary be region and service. Contact us for more info regarding options in your area.

Tele-counseling: Confidential counseling is just a click away

Tele-counseling through CHS allows you to receive counseling with a top therapist in the comfort of your own home — with just a few clicks on your smart phone, computer or tablet.

Learn more about our tele-counseling services.

Telepsychiatry: Additional support for children with diagnosed mental health challenges

We offer telepsychiatry services in many regions to complement counseling. This service is available only to children who also receive counseling services through CHS.

Telepsychiatry allows your child to have video sessions with a board-certified psychiatrist who can help manage any necessary medications. Appointments can usually be scheduled within a week. These sessions are covered by Medicaid.

Learn more about our telemedicine services here.

Looking for counseling support?

Please complete this referral form.


Putnam County Mobile Response Team (386-872-2254)

If a child, teen or young adult under the age of 25 encounters a crisis in Putnam County, our Mobile Response Team is here. After a call is made, our MRT Counselors respond within an hour to provide a risk assessment and safety plan. Within 72 hours, we’ll deliver crisis counseling, followed by a referral to resources in the community to help you to work through and overcome the roadblocks holding you back from realizing your full potential.

For more information, please contact:  Stacey Rowe, LMHC, Licensed Clinical MRT Program Supervisor


All counseling sessions are confidential.

Exceptions apply only when state law requires the reporting of neglect, harm, threats of violence to yourself or others, sexual abuse, or pursuant to subpoena or court order.

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