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Mental Health Skill Building

Mental Health Skill Building services are for older adolescents (at least 18 years of age) and adults that have a primary diagnosis of mental illness (Major Depressive Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorder, etc) with co-occurring substance abuse and or intellectual disability diagnosis. 

Intensive In-Home Services

Intensive In-Home Services are for service recipients with behavioral and psychiatric disorders aged 4 to 19. These patients experience severe and persistent mental illness, causing symptoms and impairments that produce distress and disabilities in their normal day-to-day functioning.


UMHS, LLC offers structured, one-on-one, strength-based support services between a therapeutic mentor and a youth (up to the age of 21) for the purpose of addressing communication, daily living,

and social needs.

Healing Through Horses Program

Dream Catchers and UMHS have teamed up to provide our “Healing Through Horses Program”, which allows participants to experience the healing power of horses through a unique equine therapy program enabling them to reach their clinical and personal goals while participating in equine activities. This program serves youth ages 10 to 14. Services are provided at Dream Catchers each week and are led by licensed Mental Health Professionals from UMHS as well as Equine Specialists in Mental Health and Learning from Dream Catchers to ensure the highest level of safety and service. Each 6 week program consists of one 2-hour weekly session, with transportation provided by UMHS.

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What we do

UMHS utilizes a person-centered approach and places great emphasis on developing individuals' internal resources and external support systems. With the help of our staff, individuals may learn to identify symptoms of their mental distress, recognize when a crisis is building, and access their internal and external resources. Individuals may also learn to advocate for themselves and how to access other resources in the community.