MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING CENTER
Multicultural Counseling Center (MCC), was founded in February 2015, by Karla Arroyo, LCSW, Ph.D. MCC was envisioned to be a counseling center that provides different types of services to care for mental and behavioral health offering quality and evidence-based practice services involving family and community members.
The mission statement of the Multicultural Counseling Center is to help individuals, families, and communities in their recovery by providing effective trauma-informed behavioral health services under a continuum-of-care model. MCC offers a continuum of care model that involves therapy, case management, peer support, and skills counseling.
We provide services to children, adolescents, and adults in the following modalities individual, couples, family, and group.
"From the early beginning, we envisioned a practice where mental health was not limited to the one-hour therapy but a service that was combined with case management and advocacy to help our client’s problem solve the complexity of life."
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"Little Cities of Hope. The purpose of this series is to provide information and resources for those experiencing substance use disorders. As you may know, Carbon & Emery counties (where I live) have some of the highest incidences of substance use in the state, especially opioids.
This article focuses on the role of Substance Use Disorder Counseling. I was able to interview our own SUDC, Michelle Corona for this article."
Aurelio Rodriguez, SSW