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Grant Mental Healthcare


A Division of Grant Integrated Services

Promoting healthy communities through the provision of quality mental healthcare for over 50 years.


Grant Mental Healthcare has four office locations where the full range of mental health services are provided:

Monday through Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm

 

Moses Lake

840 E. Plum

(509)765-9239

Quincy

203 So. Central

(509)787-4466

After regular office hours or during an emergency, call:

(509) 765-1717

1-877-467-4303

Grand Coulee

322 Fortuyn Road

(509) 633-1471

Mattawa

76 Government Way #4

(509) 932-0100


Services Provided

  • Crisis Services - 24 hours/day  - 7 days a week

  • Case Management for adults and children

  • Outpatient Therapy for adults and children

  • Medication/Prescription Management

  • Medication Consultations

  • Wellness and Educational Groups

  • Employment

  • Community Collaboration - providing a holistic approach to healthcare

  • Individualized Treatment plans to meet client's needs

  • Providing services out in the community - ie: schools, nursing homes, assisted living, jail

Suicide Awareness

In the United States, suicide claims the lives of more people than homicide and HIV combined.  Suicide touches everyone- all ages and backgrounds, all racial and ethnic groups, in all parts of the country.  There is help, and hope, when individuals, organizations and communities join forces to address suicide as a preventable problem.

Warning Signs of Suicide

  • Depression, feelings of hopelessness, or suicidal thoughts
  • Impulsiveness, extreme anxiety, agitation, irritability or risky behavior
  • Withdrawal from others; giving away treasured belongings
  • Loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyed
  • Abuse of alcohol, drugs, or other substances

Remember, if you are concerned about someone, and you think they may be considering suicide, you can ACT to prevent suicide.

 

A - Ask the question - "Are you thinking of harming yourself?"

C - Care for this person - Listen with compassion and voice your concern.

T - Take action - seek professional help

 

Remember- Help is just a phone call away

Call Grant Mental Healthcare (509) 765-9239

Crisis Line 509-765-1717 or 1-877-467-4303

National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

Grant Mental Healthcare 

(509) 765-9239

Grant Mental Healthcare News

What is the Wellness Works Initiative?

We hope the Wellness Works Initiative will help raise public awareness about the importance of embracing a wellness-based perspective, in mental health services as well as our communities at large. We embrace a holistic approach and endorse the eight dimensions of wellness - Emotional, Financial, Social, Spiritual, Occupational, Physical, Intellectual, and Environmental - as proposed by Peggy Swarbrick and supported by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

 

 


Clinical Depression Ė Itís More Than the Blues!


Clinical depression is a serious medical illness that affects 11 million Americans each year, children as well as adults. 25% of women and 10% of men will experience one or more episodes of depression during their lifetimes. Complex interactions involving brain structures and brain chemistry are connected to a clinical depression.


Depression affects mood, feelings and behavior. People with depression feel sad, helpless and hopeless and donít find much pleasure in life. A single event, such as the loss of a loved one, loss of a job or developing a chronic illness can bring on depression. Factors such as family history, prolonged stress, serious illness, medicines and abuse of alcohol and drugs may contribute to depression.

 


Signs and symptoms, lasting two weeks or longer, can include:

  • A persistent sad, helpless and hopeless mood

  • Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed

  • Reduced appetite and weight loss or increased appetite and weight gain

  • Sleeping too little or too much

  • Fatigue or loss of energy

  • Low self-esteem, feelings of worthlessness and guilt

  • Agitation or irritability

  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions

  • Thoughts of death or suicide

 

It is important for persons experiencing a clinical depression to get proper treatment. The good news about depression is that there are effective treatments available today. Treatments include therapy and/or medication that help you get back into life.


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