Seaview Community Services Integrated Behavioral Health Program
Seward, AK. 99664
The target of the Seaview Community Services is to provide services that maximize the family's and individual potential for successful, independent living; to make sure that customers are provided a chance to achieve their personal goals for mental health and social growth. - The Behavioral Health Program has been available in Seward since the year 1975 via grants financed by the Alaska Department of Public Health & Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health. - The Seaview Community Services community support program serves a particular population of mental health consumers within an inpatient and outpatient setting. - Anyone who matches with the facility's CSP diagnostic criteria (having a functional limitation) is qualified for services. This may be determined by screening, assessment and referral via the SeaView Community Services Mental Health program. - Individualized treatment programs are made for every customer, designed to deal with unique issues. - Treatment may include conjoint and/or family counseling, individual counselling, group counseling, as well as urinalysis testing as necessary.