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Mental Health

The purpose of the Mental Health program is to provide a range of mental health services for patients with mild to moderate mental health concerns The program was developed to enhance the patient experience, increase access to service, and improve health care outcomes in our community.

Mental health

Our mental health professionals work collaboratively with primary care providers to help promote the mental health of our patients. Staff work with individuals and groups to help them to better understand their own strengths and challenges, define goals, and promote overall wellbeing.
Mental health concerns can have a significant impact on relationships, employment, and overall quality of life. 

At the North Durham Family Health Team, mental health services are provided in the form of both brief individual therapy and group therapy.

To initiate mental health services please speak to your primary care provider for a referral.

Topics of exploration include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety and stress, including postpartum depression and anxiety
  • Self-esteem issues and relationship concerns
  • Parenting and family issues
  • Sleep issues
  • Issues of Grief and Loss

Related Services

Diabetes Education

Diabetes Education

Education and support to help individuals best manage their diabetes.

Health Care Navigator

Providing patient support to navigate the health care, community, and social service systems.

Memory Clinic

This program is screening, diagnosis, and management of cognitive changes in the aging population.

Programs and Workshops

We are committed to ensuring that our patients have access to timely, high-quality primary care medical services in our community.


Our team is always looking for qualified people to join us in our mission to provide the highest quality patient experience..