• Family therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Therapeutic Behavioral Services
  • Psychological assessments and evaluations
  • Medication management and psychiatric evaluations
  • Case Management
  • 24hr Emergency Response
  • Communication skills
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Anger management
  • Parenting education
  • Crisis Treatment
  • Life Skills
  • Coordinate with other community based resources
  • Educational assessment and support
  • Home finance management

A Walk Through Life is esteemed to offer mental health support services to older adolescents (at least 18 years of age) and adults (not older than 65 years of age) that suffer from serious mental illnesses and/or substance abuse.  It is our mission to provide services that meet individuals’ behavioral, mental, and emotional needs. A Walk Through Life will provide transitional support and stabilization services to clients returning to the community from a more restrictive environment.  The goal of A Walk Through Life is to provide the most stable, beneficial, and opportunity rich environment in which individuals can grow and develop into productive citizens in our society.  Each client will learn skills for independent living, interpersonal relationships, use of community resources, money management/budgeting, accessing housing and benefits, and medication management.  Clients will also learn to monitor their health, nutrition, and exercise. Our services will provide each client with the ability to function successfully in the community and integrated environments.  Services will be provided in the home and/or community, and vary based on the clients specific needs.

Our Mission


  • An assessment is initiated within 48 hours of referral
  • Services providing 8 to 10 hours of contact per week, per individual

Active treatment focuses on:

  • Reducing psychiatric symptoms
  • Educational intervention aimed at understanding the course of psychiatric illness and prevention and management of the acute phases of the condition
  • Identifying individual's behavioral assets and strengths
  • Providing services according to individualized needs:

Appropriate clinical documentation in the care record:

  • Maintain progress notes
  • Individual/  assessments
  • Maintain individualized treatment plan
  • Discharge planning

Maintaining small caseloads (max 5 cases per counselor)