For After Hours Mental Health Emergencies, please call 501-554-3255.
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2411 W Main St

Behavioral Health Services Office
2411 W Main St.
Jacksonville, AR
(501) 982-5402

Behavioral Health Clinic
2615 W Main St.
Jacksonville, AR
(501) 982-5402

Mission:

To provide quality direct care services to children, adolescents and adults with associated psychiatric symptoms with a focus on enhancing their lives and improving their interaction with family, schools and community.

Vision:

To be responsive to the needs of individuals with developmental disablities population in Arkansas and to children and adolescents in our school based program. We are a pioneer in the quality of life of persons served in Arkansas by providing access in all existing programs and services.

Objectives:

  • Quality programs that provide optimum outcomes
  • Empowerment of people with disabilities
  • Quality School Based Services to enrolled children & adolescents
  • Continous improvement in management and in services
  • Promoting choice, hope and independence
  • Fostering practices that work
  • Advocating for parity and inclusion
  • Ensuring collaborative partnerships with diverse population

Values:

  • Direct a local comprehensive MI/DD service system
  • Direct a local comprehensive School-Based Program in select schools
  • Develop effective systems that assess and monitor the quality and effectiveness of care delivered by our program
  • Provide effective behavioral health services to clients
  • Develop standards and policies which promote coordination and integration of MI/DD services

Services Available:


  • Screening/Assessment
  • Individual/Group/Family Therapy by licensed mental health professionals
  • Case Management
  • Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management
  • Psychological Testing
  • RDS Group activities - Crisis Intervention / Facilitation of Hospitalization
  • Emergency Services: On-call services and on-site emergency screening

Eligibility Criteria:

Accessing Services:
* Individuals who are dually diagnosed MI/DD who present with significant psychiatric and behavioral disorders

* Children and adolescents who are enrolled in selected schools who present with significant psychiatric and/or behavioral disorders

 

Referrals may also be sent to:
Pathfinder, Inc.
ATTN: Behavioral Health Services
PO BOX 647
Jacksonville, AR 72078

 

A qualified behavioral health professional will determine program eligibility and arrange a screening interview and assessment.

 

 


To refer someone to any of our services, please click here.

 

For more information: 

 E-mail:
Director of Behavioral Health Services, Deborah Rogers

 

Or Call

Pathfinder Administration
PHONE: 501 982-0528
FAX: 501 985-1462