Clinical Services

Person-centered care for individuals with behavioral and mental health conditions.

Supporting Individuals When 
They Need Us Most

Vista Care’s “GROW” Clinic delivers comprehensive and holistic person centered care for individuals experiencing behavioral and mental health conditions. Our approach is trauma-informed, acknowledging the diverse environmental and societal challenges affecting an individual’s well-being. Our clinicians offer individual, family, and group treatments, both in-person and through telehealth. Utilizing trackable outcomes, the GROW Clinic ensures the effectiveness of modalities tailored to each patient’s needs.

GROW Together

The GROW acronym is based upon four principles that the clinic embodies:

G
Gain insight and independence into your mental health struggles or behavior. We work to give individuals the tools to identify their stressors and work through them.
R
Relationships. We believe that building a strong rapport and relationships can assist individuals in reaching their desired potential.
O
Own your destiny. Individuals will learn to take responsibility for their thoughts, actions, and outcomes. By thinking this way, they can learn to control/own their destiny.
W
Withstand. We know treatment can be hard for everyone involved. The clinicians in the GROW Clinic will work with individuals to stand up against urges, desires, and issues that may interfere with their clinical wellbeing.

Meet the Team

Our GROW Clinic team is here to help individuals and encourage them to live happier, healthier lives in order to become the best version of themselves. Each member embodies Vista Care’s vision of serving more people better.

Austin Lucas

LCSW, SAC, CCTP

Lindsay Connon

LPC, NBCC, CCTP

Evan Meyer

LPC-IT, CCTP

Kassidy Murphy

LPC-IT, CCTP

Vista Care 
STAR Program

Vista Care’s STAR Program focuses on serving adolescents and their families in their home working in collaboration with county treatment teams through the Comprehensive Community Services program.

Each of our Providers have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, are familiar with risk assessment and mitigation, and are supervised by fully licensed clinicians. Treatment includes trauma, interpersonal conflict, mood disorders, and grief/loss.

The STAR Program provides a safe place to help individuals develop and explore skills to help them successfully live within their environment/home. Staff can provide the following:

  • Psychoeducation with the individual and family
  • Independent skill building

  • Coping skills

  • Interventions that are customized to the needs of the individual and family

For additional information regarding Vista Care’s Clinical Services

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