Mission: Provide quality healthcare in the compassion and spirit of christ's love. We meet individual and community needs as a team, reflecting our belief that health is wholeness in body, mind and spirit.
Programs: Good samaritan behavioral healthcare is dedicated to enriching the lives of its community members by providing quality mental health services and valuing diversity. During the final year ended june 30, 2011 the behavioral health program provided 53,972 hours of counseling, case management, and therapy services to mentally ill clients.
good samaritan children's therapy unit (ctu) helps infants, children and adolescents who have special needs. During the final year ended june 30, 2011 the children's therapy unit provided 1,913 hours of physical, occupational and speech therapy to children with neurodevelopmental issues. Other community service programs are: enrich community access for adults and children with developmental disabilities; family center, providing support, information and referral, education for families with children up to three years of age, and eldercare information and referral services for families of older adults.
This organization's nonprofit status may have been revoked or it may have merged with another organization or ceased operations.