Treatment Services

About Our Clinic

La Causa’s Treatment Services Clinic provides outpatient mental health and substance use services for families and individuals of all ages, both in individual and group sessions. Our clinicians have extensive experience providing mental health, substance use, and co-occuring services for children, adolescents and adults using evidence-based, person-centered assessment and treatment planning. Walk-ins are welcomed.

Services are provided through the following insurance networks:

Straight Title-19, CCHP

Together with CCHP

I-Care, Molina

MHS

Cenpatico, United, Optum, Anthem BC/BS, OPSA, MHOP, Children’s Court, Wraparound/REACH, SaintA, CCS Adult, CCS Youth, CSSW/CHWCS, My Choice Family Care, Trilogy, DYFS, IRIS, Humana/Tricare.

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Meet our Clinicians

David Zill

Megan Key (MS, LPC-IT)

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.” ― Carl R. Rogers

I have over ten years of mental health experience in supporting youth, young adults, and families in coordinating services and building realistic treatment plans, identifying their strengths, as well as empowering them and advocating on their behalf during system involvement.

As a Professional Licensed Counselor – In Training, I believe that everyone has the capacity to make change within themselves, and that every individual is the expert on themselves. Together, we will work alongside one another to develop treatment goals through person-centered therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I value the trust and vulnerability in the relationship with the individual and the therapist.

I am a dedicated dog mom and partner. I enjoy kayaking, camping, reading, exploring new music, and trying to have a green thumb! I became a therapist to serve individuals in providing a safe, supportive environment to express themselves openly and support them in realizing the strength within themselves.

Mary McBride

Mary McBride (LPC) is a Recovery Specialist who works with consumers to assist them in identifying goals in order to help them create a life vision. Mary has a sincere passion for animals and how their bonds can promote healthy recovery. Mary has been developing her skills through first-hand experience working for residential facilities and private practice. Mary holders a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Areas of expertise include pet therapy, anxiety, substance use, self-sabotage and accessing resources.

Questions about our Social Services? Call us – we’re here to help!

EMAIL US AT
SS@lacausa.org