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ICHC: Behavioral Health

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes.  You can request one of our three behavioral health providers

If you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 9-1-1.

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ICHC offers services and programs that promote healthy, productive individuals while building stronger families and a healthier community.

Behavioral Health Services

Individual Counseling is a process through which patients work one-on-one with a behavioral health professional. It is tailored to the individual needs of the patient in a quiet and safe environment.

Marriage and Family Counseling assists individuals, couples, and families by offering guidance for mental and emotional issues within the family/marriage unit.

Couples Counseling helps couples of all types recognize, understand, and resolve conflict while improving their relationship.

Child and Adolescent Counseling is a therapy that focuses on children, teens, and adolescents. It helps the younger generation work through and deal with a large variety of challenges in life.

Group Counseling is a form of therapy within on a small group of people with similar concerns. They interact and explore each other’s issues while working out individual problems and concerns as a group.  It offers support from not only the counselor but from the group members as well.

Our MAT program is a drug and alcohol outpatient program that combines medical and behavioral health support to provide comprehensive services to assist in the recovery from opioids and alcohol.

Clients in our program will receive individual and group counseling and medical care.

Clients in our program are provided with requirements that are designed to help them be successful in their recovery. Such as random urine screenings, group therapy, individual treatment planning and goal formation, and client contract agreements.

Telemedicine is a way to provide services from a distance using technology.

EMDR is used for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Emotional Trauma. The purpose of EMDR is to reduce the anxiety and/or pain associated with past traumatic memories.


Our behavioral health department accepts private insurance, with the exception of Medicare and Medicaid, and offers sliding fee scale discounts and payment plan options. If you are on Medicaid and would like Behavioral Health Services, we offer a reduced rate of $10 a visit for those that qualify.

Please contact us at 907-424-3622 if you have questions in regards to insurance or payment options.