Anxiety is a mental disorder characterized by feelings of worry, anxiety, or fear that are strong enough to interfere with one’s daily activities. People with anxiety may also have trouble focusing their attention for long periods of time. We work with you to develop a plan that will help you develop the skills you need to manage interpersonal communication, complete work tasks, and set up a structure to help you manage your diagnosis. CareLink also provides services to help treat and manage your diagnosis.
CareLink’s multi-layered approach is what separates us from other community resources. We understand that there are many layers of personal history that can affect a participant’s individual challenges; that’s why each care management plan starts with a personal assessment before recommending the right services and resources for our participants.
We take a step further than just assessing disabilities themselves by exploring a participant’s upbringing, sexual history, personal relationships, and other exterior factors that can help us better understand what areas of support are needed.
Our services include:
- Housing and Residential Services
- Education and Employment Services
- Life Skills Training
- Community Services
- Assessment and Forensic Services