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Business Listing   Alessi Lauren E PhD - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-5112

Business Listing   Bean Fields Professional Services - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-1816

Business Listing   Center for the Family PC - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 348-1000

Business Listing   Colfer Marit V MD - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-2415

Business Listing   Daunter Kelly D MA - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-7665

Business Listing   Irish Lisa D Nurse - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-0781

Business Listing   Joy Valley Counseling & Consultation - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-0400

Business Listing   Lehky Brian - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 439-5299

Business Listing   Little Traverse Area Bay Band of Odawa Indians - Mental Health - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 242-1640

Business Listing   Lynette O'Conner - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-8485

Business Listing   Main Street Psychologists & Associates - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 348-6454

Business Listing   Marshall Ronald C PhD - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 348-0800

Business Listing   Mastercare Institute - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 439-3900

Business Listing   Most Elizabeth L ACSW - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 439-0656

Business Listing   Nicholson- Dr. William N - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-4700

Business Listing   North Country Community Mental Health - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-9919

Business Listing   Northern Affiliation - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-9144

Business Listing   Northwest Michigan Human Services - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 348-8322

Business Listing   O'Brien Bob Counseling - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-4694

Business Listing   Petoskey Behavioral Health - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-5034

Business Listing   Petoskey Club - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-1786

Business Listing   Reppuhn Steven PhD - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-6542

Business Listing   Vacation Rentals North - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 487-9047

Business Listing   Women's Resource Center - Petoskey, MI - Phone: (231) 347-0067

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Helpful Definition for: Mental Health Services

Mental health, in Petoskey, describes a level of cognitive or emotional well-being or an absence of a mental disorder. Mental Health Services, in Petoskey, may be provided by government organizations and mental health professionals, including specialized teams providing services across a geographical area in Michigan. They may also be provided by private or charitable organizations in Petoskey, and may be based on peer support and the consumer/survivor movement. It would include, within its purview, services like: timely medical intervention in mental and behavioral aberrations in individuals , hospitalization and rehabilitation, drug treatment, counseling and support therapy, family therapy, occupational therapy to encourage social and economic independence in recovering patients, etc.   


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