Mt Tom City Clinic
City Clinic | City Clinic HHC
City Clinic is a community-based outpatient program providing bilingual (English/Spanish) culturally competent services to the Holyoke community. Our bilingual Master’s and Doctoral level Clinicians, Nurses, and Psychiatrists provide assessment and treatment to clients dealing with a wide range of mental health and substance abuse issues.
At City Clinic our goal is to contribute towards a healthier community, not only by providing specialized mental health services but also through community involvement and advocacy. City Clinic’s staff works with Holyoke Health Center’s doctors and nurses in responding to mental health emergencies at the Center, in providing advice on appropriate psychiatric medications, and in collaboratively treating clients with depression and substance abuse problems.
We are also part of a collaborative including Holyoke Health Center and MSPCC to extend mental health care to Hispanic children. We have actively collaborated with other programs to increase awareness of the specific needs of the Latino population and with the community at large to promote the development of culturally and linguistic appropriate practices in all areas of service delivery. Services are available for ages 5 and up and all cultural groups.
- Individual, Group, Family and Couples Therapy
- Psychiatric Assessment and treatment
- Case Consultation
- Outreach mental health counseling available: Home visits, in school settings and residential programs
- Substance Abuse assessment and treatment
- Emergency mental health interventions
The PASOS Program is committed to helping individuals and their families to take their next step towards recovery. (PASOS means “steps” in Spanish). The goal of the program is to provide the needed supports to those struggling with or at risk of addictions, HIG, AIDS or Hepatitis.
The PASOS team includes case managers, addiction therapists and support staffing, as well as a psychiatrist and a nurse. Our team will assist clients in taking steps to recovery by creating their own plan of action to attain personal growth and promote a healthy living style.
The PASOS Program is a 5-year project funded by SAMHSA and Behavioral Health Network, Inc. Services provided are collaboration between Behavioral Health Network (BHN) and Holyoke Health Center.
Community-based outreach, including:
- Street and community outreach
- Outreach and case management services to all participants to insure appropriate assessment, coordination of services, and a navigation of multiple service systems
- Information and referral services including, but not limited to:
- Primary care
- Health insurance enrollment
- Nursing services
- On-site individual, family, and group treatment for alcohol and drug abuse/dependency
- Psychiatric medication services
- Medical assisted substance abuse treatment (Suboxone)
- Relapse prevention
- HIV/AIDS services, including counseling, education, and rapid and confirmatory testing
- Hepatitis screening and vaccinations
- 18-25 years of age and living in the Greater Holyoke area
- Individuals who are at risk for using or are actively using drugs and/or alcohol
- Individuals who are at risk of HIV infection or diagnosed with AIDS, HIV or Hepatitis
Referrals to PASOS may be made by treatment providers, families, and clients themselves. Please call the PASOS program at the BHN City Clinic or walk into our offices at 235 Maple Street in downtown Holyoke.
City Clinic Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9am – 7pm
Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 3pm
230 & 235 Maple Street, Holyoke, MA 01040
Tel. 413-532-0389 Fax. 413-532-1548