(BLOOMINGTON) – Mental Health America (MHA), the nation’s leading community-based mental health nonprofit, recently recognized Catholic Charities in Bloomington as that community leader for Hoosiers.
At the Monroe County Mental Health Champions Awards presented by Mental Health America of Monroe County on Thursday, October 1, 2020, Catholic Charities in Bloomington and several of its therapists were recognized. Catholic Charities received the award for Outstanding Community Agency. Clinical Director, O’Connell Case was awarded the Outstanding Mental Health Provider. Additionally, two of its therapists were nominated for awards; Sky Adams was nominated for the Outstanding Mental Health Educator award and Emily Corturillo was nominated for the Outstanding Mental Health Provider award.
Catholic Charities and their full-service mental health care and therapy facility has been providing help, creating hope and serving all in the Bloomington area for more than 30 years. CCB also takes an innovative approach to their mental health care through new, proven methods, such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) therapy, play therapy and therplay. They partner with hospitals, doctors’ offices and schools to ensure care is accessible at all levels for those who need it.
“We are honored to have such an expert level of counseling and highly-qualified therapists,” says O’Connell Case, Clinical Director for Catholic Charities in Bloomington. “No matter why someone comes to us seeking help, we have the privilege to walk alongside them and help them create tools and strategies to deal with the root causes of what is really going on. We aren’t fixing people; we’re offering them help and hope.”
About Catholic Charities in Bloomington
Catholic Charities in Bloomington is a full-service mental health care and therapy facility dedicated to the enhancement of the dignity and functioning of all persons in the community-a-large through education, social services delivery and advocacy. CCB is dedicated to providing help and creating hope for all in need in their communities. Services include mental health assessments, individual and couples therapy, EMDR therapy, play therapy and theraplay for people of all ages, regardless of income or ability to pay.
If you or someone you know is in need of help and hope, visit ccbin.org or call (812)332-1262.