During the course of FY 2016/17 (October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012), Woodlands Behavioral Healthcare Network/Cass County (WBHN) provided services to a total of 1285 persons (unduplicated count per population). These individuals were served directly by WBHN service units and a network of provider agencies that work in partnership with WBHN on a contractual basis. Services were provided through a variety of programs and supports designed to meet the specific needs of the individuals served. Services were provided for the following population groups:

  • Adults with Mental Illness (MIA)
  • Persons with Developmental Disabilities (DD)
  • Children with a Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED)
  • Individuals with Substance Use and Abuse Issues (SUD)
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Mission Statement

Woodlands Behavioral Healthcare Network works in partnership with individuals, families and the community to inspire hope, promote resiliency and achieve recovery by providing effective behavioral health services.

Guiding Principles and Values

  • Behavioral Health is an essential part of overall health
  • Prevention Works
  • Treatment is Effective
  • People Recover