We’ll listen, and we’ll work together to develop a plan that fits your life.

FAP’s Whole Person Mental Wellness Program coverthe full range of your mental and emotional well-being in a comprehensive, caring, and sensitive manner.   

Our services address the needs of clients at multiple stages of readiness for treatment. The program is staffed by on-site licensed or certified mental health clinicians and certified substance abuse counselors who specialize in serving people with multiple diagnoses of mental illness, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS. 

The integrated mental health and substance use disorder treatment services provides:

  • day and evening bi-lingual services
  • individual, couples, and family therapy
  • group counseling
  • aftercare groups
  • social interaction groups
  • men’s and women’s groups
  • referrals to special mental health professionals
  • pre-treatment/recovery readiness program interventions to support the “whole person” approach to integrative care. 

An HIV diagnosis can worsen the severity of depression and anxiety symptoms. Group therapy is proven to be a powerful treatment strategy. Newly diagnosed clients experience positive reinforcement and reduced isolation when they encounter others coping successfully with HIV while leading productive lives.

We’ll leave no stone unturned in our pursuit for a long and healthy life for you. We won’t automatically prescribe a one-size-fits-all approach. Our approach could include talk therapy, a support group or medication. It could even mean a yoga class.

Continuing our holistic approach to healthcare, we seek to treat the mind and body as one, covering the full range of your mental and emotional well-being in a comprehensive, caring and sensitive manner.  

Mental health treatment has been demonstrated to increase HIV treatment adherence, improve health outcomes, and reduce viral transmission. We know this journey can be long and winding, but we will be there with you every step of the way.

We are in this together. 

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    Updated 11/2020

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