The variety of HCA programmes aid in the recovery from traumatic events for families, children, adults, and adolescents. These programmes are made to deal with problems like substance abuse, family problems, anger management, and sorrow. People are given the assistance they require to help children, adults, and their families live better lives.
By serving more customers, HCA’s anticipated development not only benefits the neighbourhood but also generates employment there. With a high school diploma or its equivalent, HCA is employing therapists, community support specialists, assessors, and family support experts. A health care coordinator with a bachelor’s degree in human services is also needed. To be a therapist or assessor, all applicants must hold a licence.
“I sincerely appreciate everyone who supported the Statesboro office’s mission and the love of mental health services. According to Misty Andrews, regional director of operations, “I am exceedingly honoured and happy that HCA will now offer services in Statesboro and adjacent areas in Southeast Georgia. This opportunity to combine two things I love—my community and mental health—has been a joy.”
About 10,000 people’s lives are impacted every day by Health Connect America (HCA), which offers mental and behavioural health services to children, families, and adults in 56 locations across five states. The organisation is proud to walk alongside clients as they set out on a journey to self-improvement and more satisfying lives in the areas it serves. Wherever clients need services, including at home, in the community, or at one of the organization’s many facilities, Health Connect America makes them available. HCA is immediately available to address the requirements of both clients and their families thanks to a broad network of direct care specialists. One-on-one or family counselling, case management, autism services, or medication management are among the services offered to kids, adults, and families.