There are four primary DMH mental health programs:
- Adult Outpatient – provides services for adults who do not have prolonged serious disabilities but who are experiencing emotional, behavioral, or adjustment problems severe enough to warrant professional attention. This program serves over 6,500 people a year.
- Children, Youth, and Family Services - Provide services to children and families who are undergoing emotional or psychological distress or are having problems adjusting to changing life situations. This program serves over 10,500 people a year.
- Community Rehabilitation and Treatment - Provides services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. This program serves over 2,700 people a year.
- Emergency Services - Serves individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis. These services are provided on a 24-hour a day, 7-day-per-week basis with both telephone and face-to-face services available as needed. This program serves over 6,000 people a year.