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In-person virtualHybrid Behavioral Health Treatment

Whether in -person, by video, or phone, Four County is here to support your mental health and substance use recovery journey. In today’s world we are finding new, flexible ways to provide our clients with the highest level of clinical support across all mediums, without compromising care.

Mental Health & Substance Use treatment service require commitment. Appointments can be weekly. To support your journey, care needs to be excellent in quality AND convenient to your lifestyle. Virtual care services allow you to commit to treatment you need while eliminating barriers like excess time off work, child care needs, and transportation challenges.

Therapy and Psychiatric Medication management services can be provided virtually. Intensive community, home, and school-based services are offered in-person only.

PUBLIC NOTICE:  For your safety and the safety of Four County staff, masks are required when receiving services at our agency.


For individuals struggling with intravenous substance use or pregnant females (or suspected pregnancy) struggling with substance use, Four County offers IMMEDIATE ACCESS. Please call us at (800) 552-3106 or walk in to any of our multiple locations during business hours.
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