Yes, there are options for individuals w/o insurance or with limted funds.
Mental health services can be sought at her local Community Mental Health Center
At this center, she can work with a case worker who can connect her with resources such as applying for disability (based on mental or physical conditions) Individuals can receive counseling and psychiatric care as well.
Also, rxassist.com allows for individuals to apply for assistance in covering their medications (if she is to be taking any)
The first step would be to make an appointment at her nearest community mental center
Here is the site to find the one near her http://www.wcmhcnet.org/providers.asp
Community Mental Health centers are state funded for those in need of mental health/substance abuse treatment. There, she can be evaluated and receive counseling and meds (depending on what she wants to try)
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