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Clinical Social Work Department identifies and provides services to patients who have significant psychological, social, emotional, financial, educational and/or cultural needs.
Our counselors specialize in helping people of all ages cope with life challenges. Any situation causing psychosocial or emotional stress for you or your family should be referred to our clinical social worker for intervention. Chandler Regional's social work team provides coping support and strengthens your support system. We also facilitate smooth transitions between hospital and home/community destinations.
Chandler's clinical social workers assess and evaluate your needs in relationship to your:
Examples of issues that clinical social workers will assist you with include: adjustment to illness/new diagnosis causing stress, adoptions, adolescent pregnancy, adult/child abuse, changes in body image, cognitive impairment with or without medical etiology, death, depression, developmental and physical disabilities, difficult/disruptive patients/families, domestic violence, eating disorders, high risk pregnancy, homeless, mental illness, multiple admissions, non-compliance with medical treatment and follow-up, substance abuse and any crisis.
Our experts provides crisis intervention, supportive counseling, consultation for mandated reporting, community service linkage and referral, and consultation to the healthcare team or management of your psychosocial and psychiatric issues.
Our social work team is available from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days a week. For more information, please call (480) 728-3828.