Hamilton’s experienced multidisciplinary staff is committed to the behavioral health of our community. Our staff works as a team to help those experiencing a wide range of difficulties from coping with depression or anxiety to confusion or memory problems or substance abuse issues. Our team is led by Veronica Williams, PhD, LMSW, Director of Behavioral Health. To see a Behavioral Health Specialist, you will first need to make an appointment with your Primary Care Provider. He or she will assess your needs and recommend if you should make an appointment with a Behavioral Health Specialist.
Professionals from the Family Independence Agency are located onsite at our Hamilton Health Centers. These caring individuals will work with you and your family to make sure your health care needs are being met.
Patient Assistance workers are on staff to help locate and provide financial assistance to Hamilton patients.
Displaced families, those who are facing a most difficult time in their lives, need not give up on their health. Hamilton is a partner with local organizations who specialize in supporting the needs of the homeless including: Salvation Army, YWCA, Reach, Odyssey House, Inner City Outreach, Shelter of Flint, and Carriage Town Ministries.
For these individuals, Hamilton provides free medical screenings, immunizations, TB screenings, prescription assistance, substance abuse counseling, medical and social referrals and on-site assistance from the Department of Human Services.