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Nicasa’s programs provide a full continuum of mental health and substance abuse services from prevention, to early intervention and treatment, to recovery. They also address additional behavioral health needs such as anger management, life skills, and gambling intervention.

Nicasa helps:

  • Teenagers who suffer from depression, anxiety, or the effects of bullying
  • Mothers who are caught in the downward spiral of addiction, abuse, and homelessness
  • Students who need a safe, constructive environment during the after school hours
  • Parents who want the skills, knowledge, and support to raise healthy children
  • Youth who need a fresh start with the knowledge and skills to make good decisions
  • Schools who are searching for alternatives for suspension or other problem behaviors
  • Families struggling with a variety of crises that may or may not include alcohol or other drugs
  • Men and women who need extra structure and support to maintain successful recovery
Nicasa’s services for youth include early intervention, life skills, and mental health and substance abuse counseling. Go to Youth Services
Nicasa’s services for adults include mental health and substance abuse assessments and treatment, DUI and Secretary of State services, gambling intervention, gender-specific Women’s Services, and anger management classes. Go to Adult Services
Case management and referrals to help struggling families deal with crises, parent programming, and family counseling. Go to Family Services
Residential recovery services at Nicasa’s Bridge House halfway house. Go to Residential Services
Nicasa’s services in the community include participation in health fairs, public awareness campaigns, coalitions, and the Women of WORTH recovery group. Go to Community Services
Services for schools including in-school prevention, after school programs, parent education workshops, and alternative to suspension programs. Go to School Services