Who We Are

Wombat Mental Health Services, LCSW PC (Wombat MHS)

is a team of highly qualified and uniquely skilled mental health practitioners who are deeply committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for our clients. We understand the importance of providing equitable access to culturally appropriate, non-judgmental, and affirmative mental health services to individuals who have historically faced barriers in accessing care, including the Deaf, Disabled, LGBTQIA2S, BIPOC communities.

We believe in the power of inclusivity and aim to uplift and empower our clients to live fulfilling and meaningful lives. Our practitioners not only possess the necessary expertise and knowledge but also come from and are shaped by the very communities they serve. This allows us to truly understand and address the unique challenges and experiences our clients face.

At Wombat Mental Health Services, we are dedicated to listening to our clients, understanding their needs, and working collaboratively to help them achieve their goals. We strive to create a space where our clients can BE SEEN. BE HEARD. BE HERE. Journey with us as we Reindigenize and Reimagine mental health.

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What We Do

Wombat MHS provides a vast range of mental health services including counseling, evaluation, intervention, and case management services for those who are challenged with mental, social, familial, and/or medical issues.

Our team understands that emotional, psychological, social, and environmental facets all impact their clients’ lives and, as a result, offer culturally appropriate treatment and community resources focused on the individual’s needs.


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Who We Serve

With a passion for social justice, Wombat MHS focuses on assisting underserved communities including Deaf, Disabled, LGBTQIA2S, BIPOC, and individuals challenged with accessing mental health services.

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