Adult Services

Seasons Care Team

Seasons Care Team

Being on a journey towards mental health and/or substance use recovery is a process that, while rewarding, can be overwhelming at times. In addition to working through complicated feelings, emotional traumas, and difficult life circumstances, individuals in recovery are juggling scheduling appointments, personal medication management, arranging for transportation and child care, and much more. These individuals can benefit greatly from having some extra “hands on deck". 

Seasons provides services that are intended to wrap around our clients while recognizing them as whole and complex persons with unique sets of needs. Services provided by the Care Team may include peer support, nursing support, health and wellness coaching, care coordination, case management, veterans/military-specific care coordination and therapy, and in-home, in-community, in-office, or telehealth therapy! Service eligibility will vary by the individual's county of residence, diagnosis, and needs.

These additional specialty supportive services emphasize recovery, wellness, trauma sensitivity, and cultural sensitivity. Clients work closely with their Care Team to address treatment needs and receive support services alongside any other mental health and/or substance use treatment they may currently have.

Our Care Team is made up of staff from a wide variety of disciplines in order to address an individual’s needs from a holistic perspective. The team is made up of:
  • Intake Coordinators
  • Care Coordinators & Targeted Case Managers
  • Readiness & Recovery Liaisons
  • Family, Recovery, & General Peer Supports
  • Health & Wellness Coach
  • Traveling Nurses
  • Veterans Specialist
  • Vocation & Education Specialist
  • Mental Health/Co-Occurring Therapists

See the “Meet Our Providers” section at the bottom of this page to learn more about all of the Care Team providers!

Services offered depend on an individual’s county of residence, diagnoses, and needs. Services that an individual MAY receive include:
  • Care Coordination: A Care Coordinator guides clients and families through the health care system, financial barriers, or social barriers, while advocating on the client’s behalf to ensure necessary services are providers to the client.
  • Targeted Case Management: A Targeted Case Manager works with individuals, families, service providers, and other agencies and individuals to create an individualized plan to manager and coordinate the health care needs of clients with substance use disorders to improve their access to care and promote their health status.
  • Readiness & Recovery Services: These services are focused on addressing an individual’s basic and safety needs (such as housing, addressing any food insecurity, employment issues, etc.). These providers can help individuals learn coping skills that will help them manage their mental health day-to-day. They also can help individuals get connected to other services, supports, and programs that they may need or are interested in.
  • Peer Support: Our peer supports work closely with individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness or substance use disorder as well as families in which a child (or children) have been diagnosed with a Serious Emotional Disturbance. They can offer individuals guidance based on first-hand experiences to help them through whatever challenge they may be currently dealing with.
  • Health & Wellness Coaching: A Health & Wellness Coach guides clients in addressing health issues so they are able to lead a healthy lifestyle by making behavioral and lifestyle changes to positively impact their lives. They can work with individuals to create a wellness plan and walk alongside them as they work toward their health and wellness goals. The health and wellness coach commonly works with clients on quitting smoking, nutrition, and exercise!
  • Nursing Services: A Care Team Nurse manages and coordinates the health care needs of the client to improve their access to care and promote their health status. This includes: preventative care, health goals, tobacco cessation, and weight loss. The nurse acts as a liaison between the client’s primary care providers, specialty providers, and behavioral health providers to ensure integration of health care.
  • Veteran Services: Our military veteran provides therapeutic interventions and care coordination for clients who are active members or veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
  • Vocational & Educational Support Services: Our Vocation & Education Specialist can help individuals address any employment and educational needs they may have. They can help individuals apply for jobs, get connected with training or education they may need, or advocate for their educational needs with a school they may already be involved with.
  • Mental Health/Co-Occurring Therapy: Depending on an individual’s location, age, and needs, therapy services may be provided via telehealth, in-person, or in the individual’s home. During therapy, the individual and their therapist work together to process thoughts, feelings and behaviors while gaining skills for healthy coping. We highly recommend individuals start with readiness & recovery services to get them established before they enter therapy!

19 County Area

Buena Vista, Calhoun, Carroll, Cherokee, Clay, Crawford, Dickinson, Emmet, Ida, Lyon, Monona, O’Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac, Sioux, and Woodbury.

Please note that not all services are available in every county.

  • Accessibility: By utilizing these additional supportive services, Seasons is able to address your mental health needs.
  • Enhanced Services: We have enhanced many of our service offerings, including:
    • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) services
    • Emergency & Crisis Services
    • Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation (IPR) services
    • Veteran Services
    • Traveling Therapy
    • Vocational & Educational Services
  • Integrated Healthcare: Seasons works collaboratively with your other providers to ensure a comprehensive, whole-person approach to your care.
  • Preventative Care: When you enroll in these services, you receive additional support to improve upon your mental health. By treating the whole person, we are working alongside you to more closely address and keep on top of your health needs.

Meet our Providers

Meet our Support Staff

Seasons provides free 24 hour crisis assistance with trained counselors available to help with life’s challenges and hardships. To speak to a crisis counselor call (844) 345-4569.

Find a location

Seasons Center for Behavioral Health has 13 office locations across northwest Iowa.  We service a 19-county region through in-person and telehealth visits.  Enter a city name or zip code to find the location nearest you. Learn more.