Seashore Psychology Clinic

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375 Jefferson Street
Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1407

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

The Seashore Psychology Clinic is a part of the University of Iowa. It offers a variety of psychological services and is also a training center for University graduate students. Individuals are accepted by application or by referral from other professional agencies, but the selection is tailored to the training needs and some individuals may not be accepted.

Services include psychological assessments, individual therapy, couples therapy, stress/pain management, and assistance with medical concerns. There is no fee for the initial therapy interview/testing, but all other services have fees that may be paid via private pay, sliding scale, or possibly insurance coverage.

Tanager Place

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Main Office
2309 C St SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

Fax: (319) 365-6411

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Children and families who benefit most from our therapeutic services face a number of challenges, including:
ADHD
Anxiety disorder
Attachment issues
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Building relationships
Childhood trauma
Chronic illness
Communication issues
Depression
Developmental disorders
Eating disorders
Health-related behavioral issues
Oppositional defiant disorder
Parenting skills
Sexual abuse
Substance and alcohol issues

Transitions

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2326 16th St, Moline, IL 61265
(309) 793-4993

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Mental Health Services
Service Structure
Transitions Mental Health Services Staff will work with you to identify your personal goals and barriers and to create an individualized plan based on your own priorities and desires. Participation in Transitions Mental Health Services programs may be long or short term, depending on your needs and desires.

Youth Services
Opportunities for youths, 5 years of age and older, challenged by mental health issues to develop and achieve your fullest potential through life-skills, education, counseling, and vocational training.

Psychiatric Services
Transitions provides you quality psychiatric services and can schedule appointments quickly. Our psychiatric care providers have a reputation for understanding and compassionate treatment of patients, and a history of working with other professionals in a complementary fashion.

Therapy
Transitions provides you in-depth consideration and exploration of long-standing, deep-seated issues that have caused major disruption in your ability to process, cope, and improve one's life. While therapy can be long or short-term, it does consider recurring issues or problems which may take a period of time to work through in order to experience positive changes and personal growth. Transitions provides you a very personalized, focused approach to achieving personal goals and eradicating issues causing distress.

Employment
Transitions provides you employment skills development, vocational counseling, job search assistance, application and resume completion, interview training, general and specific job skills training, counseling, on and off-worksite support, and assistance in coping with, and working through, job-related challenges.

Residential Services
Twelve-bed residential facility provides you 24-hour care transitional housing if you need assistance with developing/improving the skills they need to successfully live independently in the community. A 3-bed facility offers intermittent care when these residents do their own shopping, cooking and cleaning.

Consumer Engagement
A unique consumer-driven approach to integrated recovery from mental health issues if you would like assistance in the form of support, advocacy, and education.

Counseling/Coaching
Private and group opportunities for working through issues and obstacles that negatively impact your ability to live a productive, safe and satisfying life.

For more information about our mental health services, or to make an appointment, please call Erica at 309-283-1228, or go to our “Contact Us” page and email your comments/questions.

Turning Point Counseling

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Harmony Bible Church
21589 Dmc Highway 79
Danville, IA 52623

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Resource updated: January 7, 2020

Turning Point Counseling is a partnership with Harmony Bible Church in Danville Iowa. Licensed professional counselors provide services for the following concerns: marriage difficulties, parent child conflicts, addictions, anger/guilt/shame, spiritual problems, financial struggles, depressionxiety/stress, adolescent development, eating disorders, and physical/emotional/sexual abuse.

A flexible sliding fees scale is available to everyone based on financial need.
For scheduling, call 319-392-4176 or email reedtpcs@gmail.com.

University of Iowa Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic

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200 Hawkins Drive
STE 1911
Iowa City, Iowa 52242

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital provides a full range of mental health services to children and adolescents. Check with University of Iowa for eligibility requirements.

Vera French- Adult Outpatient

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1441 W Central Park Ave,
Davenport, IA 52804
(563) 383-1900

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

The Vera French Community Mental Health Center Outpatient Program provides therapeutic and psychiatric services to thousands of patients each year. The Outpatient Program is staffed by highly trained mental health professionals including:

Psychiatrists
Psychologists
ARNPs
Nurse Practitioners
RN/MA
Licensed Independent Social Workers
Licensed Mental Health Counselors

Vera French-The Child and Adolescent Program

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1441 W Central Park Ave,
Davenport, IA 52804
(563) 383-1900

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

The Child and Adolescent Program serves children two to eighteen years old. The program includes:

Psychiatric Assessments/Evaluation
Mental Health Evaluations
Treatment Planning
Solution Focused Intervention
Play Therapy
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Medication Management
Work with the entire family
Transportation by referral

Vicki Simester, LMHP, LPCP

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UnityPoint Clinic Surgery Department
1518 Mulberry Avenue
Muscatine, IA 52761
Scheduling: 309-779-2018
Nursing Support: 309-779-2871

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Vicki Simester, LMHP, LPCP is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Professional. She sees clients 5 years old and up. She cannot prescribe medications.

Appointments available: Monday through Friday - 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Young House Family Services- Brief Intensive Services

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400 S. Broadway Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 752-4000

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Brief Intensive Services provide FREE in-home counseling services to families in Des Moines, Henry, Lee and Louisa counties for issues such as disruptive behaviors and mental illness.

Young House Family Services- Community Counseling Services

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Counseling services are provided at the Burlington office as well as various other locations in other counties. Office hours are flexible and payment methods include Title 19, most private insurances, and sliding fee scale.

Your Life Iowa Chatline

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Call 24/7 855-581-8111
Text 2pm-10pm 855-895-TEXT (8398)

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

YourLifeIowa has trained counselors to communicate with teens via texting, online chat, or phone. Examples of reasons teens might call include bullying, depression and anxiety, peer pressure, self-esteem, friends and relationships, and thoughts of suicide.

Phone calls are available 24/7
Texting available 2pm-10pm

Youth Service Bureau

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4709 44th Street, Suite 5
Rock Island, IL 61201

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Family Therapy

Family Therapy is our biggest and most broad service. YSB's Family Therapy program is open to residents of Rock Island County with a child under the age of 18. We specialize in working with families that have children or teens with behavior difficulties; and in helping parents and children to developing nurturing, satisfying relationships. The goal of the program is to assist families in meeting the physical, social and emotional needs of all its members.YSB therapists are approved providers for several insurance companies.

Some attributes to the program include:

Individual, family and couple counseling
Specialize in children and teens with emotional and behavioral problems
Provide services in the office, at schools and in the client's home
Work closely with teachers and police departments
Spanish speaking Counselor
Early intervention with children at risk of gang involvement

Our most recent addition to the program involves working with cultural orientation and counseling to African refugees and families from Mexico. This addition has brought about new challenges as well as prompting counseling to go beyond the traditional walls of an office.

Cost: YSB has a sliding fee scale and accepts health insurance. We have providers for United Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Alliance as well as others. Additionally, Medicaid is accepted for those clients who are under the Meridian Health Plan. Grants are available for clients who meet income and eligibility requirements.

Youth Service Bureau- Prevention Attention Quick (PAQ)

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4709 44th Street, Suite 5
Rock Island, IL 61201

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Prevention Attention Quick (PAQ)

PAQ provides school and community based cognitive-behavioral counseling groups. Topics include anger management, social skills, gang resistance, organizational skills, relationships among girls, and cultural orientation for African Refugees and Latino immigrants. Time-limited, intensive case-management is also available.

Cost: no cost for PAQ Program services.

Referrals: School and Law Enforcement personnel interested in starting a group can contact YSB Clinical Supervisor 793-3460.

Youth Service Bureau-Peer Justice

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4709 44th Street, Suite 5
Rock Island, IL 61201

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Peer Justice

The Peer Justice Program provides services to youth ages 13 – 17 who have had police contact for a status or misdemeanor offense or an ordinance violation. This program includes:

Individual and family screening and education.
A sentencing hearing before a jury of teen peers. The jury determines a sentence that can include community service opportunities, apology letters, restitution, counseling services or educational services.
Community service sites that include area business and service agencies.
Referral and linkage with agencies that provide appropriate counseling, psychiatric, medical, and concrete services if needed.

The Peer Justice program also makes significant use of teenage volunteers who serve as jurors and courtroom personnel.

Cost: There is a $75.00 processing fee for the Peer Justice services. If the youth or family has reasonable financial resources, the sentence may include a restitution clause. There are no other fees for this program.

Referrals: Only police officers based in the school or community can refer to P.J.

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