The Whole Health Clinic aims to provide a wide range of comprehensive and integrated services to address the whole-health needs of individuals with mental illness.
Services include individual, group and family therapy, case management and referrals, peer support services, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, comprehensive physical health assessment and care, lab and pharmacy services, vocational support, benefit eligibility assessment and enrollment assistance, substance abuse services and referrals, court-ordered treatment monitoring, and family psycho-education and support groups.
The Banner – University Medicine Whole Health Clinic provides comprehensive behavioral and primary health care for adults. Rather than going to multiple clinics and different providers across town, we provide all of your routine health care at one location with one team. Whole Health Clinic members get the expert care and support they need in a respectful, welcoming, safe, and encouraging setting.
Most members of the Whole Health Clinic receive their physical health care from one of our primary care doctors, counseling with an individual therapist, and psychiatric care from a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner. (If you are already receiving services from another primary care provider or specialist, we excel at working collaboratively with these professionals for your overall treatment and care.) Many members at the Whole Health Clinic also work with a Recovery Coach or Peer Support Specialist. In addition to ongoing support, these staff can help you coordinate care and assist with transportation, housing, and employment.
The Whole Health Clinic is also home to the EPICenter. Unique in Southern Arizona, the EPICenter is a specialized program for people between 15 and 35 years old who are experiencing early symptoms of a psychotic illness. The EPICenter is very effective in helping to reduce symptoms and improving the quality of life for members and their families.
We are accepting new member who are 18 years and older. To join the Whole Health Clinic, members should have a mental health or substance use concern and be willing to participate in individual or group psychotherapy. We strongly believe that behavioral and medical approaches are most effective when used together, so we do not offer just medication services.
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