Ozark Center, an integral component of Freeman Health System, provides comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adults and families in the four state area.
Ozark Center continually looks for innovative ways to address the mental health needs of the community and promote awareness of mental illness in an effort to eliminate the discrimination associated with it.
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Give your child super powers!
In the action-packed Super Me! game, children pick a home and create a family – as the game progresses, players meet other characters in the neighborhood and engage in mini-games, such as soccer practice. Users earn points, superhero accessories and levels by completing special challenges.
Is your family ready for the next disaster?
Help Kids Copehelps adults understand how children commonly respond during and after disasters and offers checklists to help families prepare for natural disasters. The app also features tips on speaking to children before, during and after a natural disaster.
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February 13, 2017
Paula F. Baker Named to List of “50 Missourians You Should Know”
Honor highlights commitment to integrating physical and mental healthcare.
Ozark Center Receives Grant to Identify Early Onset Psychosis
The Missouri Department of Mental Health has identified Ozark Center, an entity of Freeman Health System, as one of three community behavioral health centers in southwest Missouri to collaborate on and implement a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration System of Care expansion grant.
The Missouri Division of Workforce Development presented Ozark Center, the behavioral health division of Freeman Health System, with the Flag of Freedom award for its efforts in hiring military veterans through the Show-Me Heroes program.
The Flag of Freedom plaque features an American flag patch worn by a Missouri National Guard soldier or Airman while deployed in operations in Afghanistan or Iraq.
The Bill & Virginia Leffen Center for Autism, developed in consultation with the Cleveland Clinic Autism Consultime Group, serves children birth to age 21 and families. The center offers child-centered diagnostic, treatment and education services.
Ozark Center – always on the forefront of innovative behavioral health solutions – recently added two high-tech treatment options to help people deal with issues such as generalized anxiety issues, panic attacks, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Through virtual reality exposure therapy and biofeedback, Ozark Center addresses some of the biggest challenges facing the community today and reaches out to individuals who might be reluctant to complete a more traditional course of therapy.