We value the role of the faith community in providing unconditional love and supportive encouragement to those in need. We seek to partner with the ministry, the family and ultimately with Christ in providing compassionate care to those experiencing mental or emotional distress.
Our primary goal at the Plain Communities Outpatient Clinic is to return individuals to their community with the ability to think clearly, love others and take part in meaningful work by providing mental health care to residents of Green Pasture and individuals who do not need the structure of the residence.
Types of services offered
The clinic offers both talk therapy
, education and medication therapy
treatments according to the needs of the family and individual. Active communication and coordination between the psychiatrist, therapists and Green Pasture residence staff ensures that treatment is responsive to the needs of the individual.
Talk therapy works by changing unhelpful thought habits about self and others through discussion, experience and education. Individual and family sessions are scheduled as needed, but most people receive about 2-3 hours of individual therapy each week and at least one family session prior to discharge.
We also offer psychological testing
designed to build understanding of the needs, strengths and weaknesses of the individual. This helps to guide treatment and assist the family in responding to the needs of the individual.
, talk therapy
and psychological testing
are also offered to members of the Plain community who choose not to reside at the Green Pasture residence.