There’s no doubt life can be difficult for adults. Whether it’s anxiety over a divorce, serious mental illness such as bipolar disorder or even an addiction combined with a mental illness, we provide our clients with the support they need to become productive individuals in the community. Our wide range of programs can be tailored to each person, respecting unique individual needs.
Our many services include:
For individuals and families, LifeWorks NW provides counseling services tailored to help with a wide range of concerns, including depression, family relationship difficulties, past trauma and more. Our staff can also provide counseling designed for cultural groups such as African Americans and others.
Outreach and Counseling for Latinos
Latinos can take advantage of our bilingual mental health and consultation services onsite at several area health clinics. Our bilingual services are also available at LifeWorks NW locations throughout the metro area.
Access Through Healthcare Clinics
Understanding that individuals often first seek help from their doctor for a mental health issue, LifeWorks NW counselors are conveniently located in several neighborhood healthcare clinics and primary healthcare sites.
Counseling for Women in the Sex Industry
LifeWorks NW offers individual and group counseling and mentorship/case management for women and teenage girls who have experienced exploitation and abuse through the sex industry.
Combined Mental Health and Addiction Treatment
For adults facing both serious mental health issues and addiction, our thorough and specialized dual diagnosis programs treat both problems together, focusing on relapse prevention, mental health therapy and medication management.
Support and Treatment for Serious Mental Illness
For individuals with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other serious mood disorders, our recognized programs provide skills training, treatment and medication management, as well as supported employment to match candidates with jobs.
In partnership with government agencies and other community partners, LifeWorks NW also provides additional mental health services for adults. Programs include residential treatment for young men transitioning from the State Hospital and services for people on parole or probation dealing with mental health issues. Participation in these programs is arranged through the appropriate government agency.