Office of Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse

The Office on Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse (OBHSA) provides residents of all ages with information and linkage to resources, treatment, and access to mental health and substance use disorder services to address overall well-being.

About Us

The Office of Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse plays a crucial role in ensuring that individuals of all ages have access to the support and resources they need to achieve optimal mental health and wellbeing. Mental health and substance abuse disorders can have a profound impact on individuals and their families, and can often be difficult to navigate without proper guidance and support. The office is dedicated to providing residents with the information, resources, and treatment they need to address these challenges and achieve a better quality of life.

The services provided by the Office of Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse are designed to address a wide range of mental health and substance abuse issues, including depression, anxiety, addiction, and more. The office works closely with healthcare providers, community organizations, and other stakeholders to ensure that residents have access to a comprehensive network of support, including counseling, therapy, medication management, and other evidence-based treatments.

In addition to providing direct services, the office also focuses on education and prevention, raising awareness about mental health and substance abuse issues and promoting healthy habits and behaviors. By empowering individuals to take control of their mental health and wellbeing, the office is helping to build stronger, more resilient communities that are better equipped to face the challenges of the modern world.

Overall, the Office of Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse is a critical resource for residents of all ages who are looking to improve their mental health and wellbeing. With a dedicated team of professionals and a commitment to excellence, the office is making a significant impact on the lives of people across Union County.

Important Numbers

Call 988 – 24 Hour Mobile Crisis Screening for Psychiatric Emergency

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