Cleveland County Mental Health Resources

Monarch offers behavioral health services that cover mental health services and substance use disorders. Mental health services cover anxiety disorders, depression and a variety of other mental illnesses. Crisis Services, Enhanced Services, Outpatient Services, Peer Support Specialist Certification Training, Residential Options, Stanly Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic.

Mental Health Association in Cleveland County continues to revolve around the three broad areas of advocacy, education and support for individuals and families affected by a mental illness.

  • Contact: 704-481-8637

Partners Behavioral Health Management provides access to a team of professionals who can provide treatment in a home, office, or community setting. They offer a comprehensive clinical assessment, crisis evaluations and observations, facility-based crisis treatment for mental health or substance use issues, and also use a mobile crisis team.

  • Contact: 1-888-235-HOPE (4673)

Support Incorporated promotes emotional health including individual, group, and family therapy as well as crisis intervention. Our therapists provide therapeutic counseling in dealing with emotional and behavioral problems including anger management, bullying behaviors, abuse or neglect, trauma, depression and anxiety, and more.

  • Contact: 704-865-3525

Hughes Behavioral and Mental Health Services is committed to providing services and supports aligned with evidenced based practices. These practices are designed to assist each consumer served in achieving individually determined goals and objectives that promote growth, life satisfaction, and significant roles and connections to the community.

  • Contact: 980-404-0155

Phoenix Counseling Center offers services for both adults and children and adolescents. The counseling center provides access to individual, family, or group therapy, sexual assault services, substance use and mental health assessments, and more.

  • Contact: 704-476-4106