Clark's Medication Services Attendance Policy has
been updated and you will need to understand the policy.
If you cannot attend an appointment you will be held to standards of the policy.
Outpatient Therapy & Medication Services
Clark Community Mental Health Center offers outpatient services to the surrounding communities of Barry, Lawrence and Dade counties. Outpatient services include individual, group and family therapies and medication services. Licensed psychologists, clinical social workers and professional counselors provide therapy services to both adults and children. We also have a team of psychiatrists and nurse practitioners who provide medication services.
Clark Community Mental Health Center accepts Medicaid, Medicare and many other insurance plans. Therapy and medication services are also available to those individuals who do not have insurance using a sliding fee scale and utilizing Purchase of Service (POS) funding, which is available on a limited basis.
Individuals may access outpatient services by arriving at the Clark Community Mental Health Center in Monett between 8:00am and 3:00pm for a mental health screening. This screening will determine what outpatient services are appropriate given your individual needs. Individuals requiring more intensive treatment and support including Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center (CPRC) services will be referred to the appropriate program when they qualify based on diagnosis and need. For more information about our outpatient services please contact the outpatient office at 417-235-6610.
Alcohol & Substance Use Counseling
Clients are evaluated for their relationship with substance use and recommendations are made as needed for education, intervention, treatment, aftercare or referral based on their biopsychosocial needs. Counseling can be provided in both individual and group settings. In some cases medication assisted treatment may be appropriate. Access to or more information regarding substance use services can be obtained by calling 417-235-6610.
Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program (SATOP)
A state program for the assessment and referral of DWI offenders. Clients are seen for an initial assessment and are then referred to a level of intervention or treatment appropriate to their relationship with alcohol and driving history.
Purchase of Service (POS) Funding is available based on the state's Standard Means Test. (limited funds available)
Insurance may cover some substance use counseling.