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Outpatient Services

Spring River Mental Health & Wellness, Inc.'s professional staff have been trained to help you identify the issues confronting you and develop a plan to help you find relief. Outpatient care includes individual, family, couples, group, psychotherapy, psychiatry and psychological testing and evaluations.

Substance Use Treatment

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is viewed on a continuum; of mild, moderate to severe use. Spring River Mental Health and Wellness, Inc. (SRMHW) treatment providers assist in developing a plan of care that works best for you and your specific needs.

Substance use treatment sessions are delivered individually, with family, as a couple, or in group.

SUD Services:

  • Intake and Assessment

  • One-on-one counseling

  • Recovery Coach/Peer Support

  • SUD Relapse Prevention Groups

  • SB 123 Court-Ordered Individual and Group

  • DUI Evaluation and Court Report

  • Referral and connection to detox or inpatient, as needed

  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Adult Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Adult psychosocial rehabilitation group assists individual’s with serious and persistent mental illness to alleviate social isolation, develop supportive relationships, and to learn necessary activities of daily living.  Persons are also educated about and practice basic health care, functional leisure activities, and encouraged to practice social skills in a variety of community settings.

Adult Case Management

Adult case management assists individuals and families of individuals, who suffer from a severe and persistent mental disorder to remain in their home and community. A case manager’s role includes assisting the individual by helping remove barriers to recovery, and assisting the individual in obtaining resources and services that are necessary to ensure continued individual growth.

Parent Support

Parent Support is provided to assist parents/guardians of children diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) to help manage the many stresses involved when parenting a child suffering from SED and/or another mental health diagnosis. Parent Support also assists the family in accessing additional resources necessary for their child to function in a family, school, or community setting. Additional services may include Wrap Around Facilitation, Independent Living Skills, Short Term Respite Care, and Attendant Care.


Spring River Mental Health provides many different types of evaluations; including, psychological, court-ordered, competency to stand trial, law enforcement employment, and DUI evaluations. To find out more specific information regarding these services please call one of our offices, Riverton 620-848-2300 or Columbus 620-429-1860.

Autism Diagnostic Team (ADT)

The Autism Diagnostic Team was formed to serve the diagnostic needs of children and their families in Cherokee County. Early identification and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder can lead to improved outcomes and functioning in children. This service is open to anyone needing an autism assessment.  To obtain additional information about this diagnostic test please contact Julie Vogel, Children's Director at 620-848-2300.

Parenting In Divorce (PID)

Parenting in divorce is a class mandated by the 11th Judicial District for divorcing parents with minor children. The class is approximately 2 1/2 hours in length. The cost of the class is $30 per individual. This $30 fee is to be paid in cash, due on the date of your scheduled class. To schedule please call Riverton at 620-848-2300 or Columbus at 620-429-1860.  

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