Providing Behavioral Health
Through Counseling

TAN Healthcare offers Behavioral Health Services to individuals, children, couples, and families providing emotional support during difficult times. We offer a complete plan of care including counseling AND aspects of their lives not necessarily related to healthcare needs but which might impact health or treatment outcomes.

Let our experienced and knowledgeable counselors and doctors help you find solutions when you do not know where to turn. We have experienced and caring staff who have made helping people their focus because they care.

Depression

Dedicated to providing you with the most advanced and affordable healthcare available.

Children with learning and attention issues may face a higher risk of depression.

Substance Abuse

Helping people along their journeys in life to finding healthy solutions and balance.

21.5 million American adults (aged 12 and older) battled a substance use disorder in 2014.

PTSD

Helping our community identify PTSD when symptoms from a tragedy don’t go away.

 PTSD can result from any life-threatening event – combat, car accident, or sexual assault.

Anger

Providing anger management techniques to promote the quality of relationships.

Anger turned inward may cause hypertension, high blood pressure, or depression.

Your behavioral health is an important part of your physical health. TAN Healthcare’s commitment to care remains as important today as when we opened in 1987.

Affordable Quality Healthcare?

YES!

As a designated Community Health Center, TAN Healthcare makes seeking medical and behavioral health services affordable. We even have payment plans available to patients in need.

Let us Help with

  • Counseling & Referrals
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief/Loss
  • Hopelessness
  • Feeling Emotionally Numb
  • Difficult Relationships
  • Life Transitions
  • Anger Management
  • Guilt/Shame
  • Emotional Imbalance
  • Bipolar Disorder

Mental Health
Action Signs

  • Feeling very sad or withdrawn (2 weeks or more)

  • Seriously trying to harm or kill yourself, or making plans to do so

  • Sudden overwhelming fear for no reason, sometimes with a racing heart or fast breathing

  • Involved in many fights, using a weapon, or wanting to badly hurt others

  • Severe out-of-control behavior that can hurt yourself or others
  • Not eating, throwing up, or using laxatives to make yourself lose weight
  • Intense worries or fears that get in the way of your daily activities
  • Extreme difficulty concentrating or staying still that puts you in danger or causes school failure
  • Repeated use of drugs or alcohol
  • Severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships
  • Drastic changes in your behavior or personality