Teen Receiving Treatment at Pinnacle Behavioral Health

Effective, Affordable, Available

Considering Mental Health Treatment?

An individual suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse also faces social stigma and economic barriers when seeking treatment. Consider these facts when deciding on a course of treatment:

Treatment is Effective

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 70 - 90% of people struggling with a mental health condition experience significant improvement in quality of life after receiving treatment. Studies show that treatment for substance abuse, including medication, helps patients refrain from using and avoid relapse. An example is medication for opioid addiction that helps to stabilize an individual so that their medical and psychological problems can be successfully treated. 

Treatment is Accessible and Affordable

Provisions under the Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity and Addictions Equity Act (MHPAEA) improve access to treatment and in some cases increase insurance coverage for treatment of mental health and substance use disorders. 

Support of Treatment

Two-thirds of Americans believe that treatment and support can help people with mental illnesses lead normal lives. Initiatives like NAMI's Stigma Free have brought awareness to mental health disorders and addiction. The goal is to let those suffering know that there is hope and understanding while changing the way the world sees mental health. Mental illness is not a result of personal weakness, lack of character or poor upbringing. Understanding mental illness dispels wrong attitudes toward mental health conditions and promotes treatment and recovery.

Treatment is Available

The Mental Health Facility Locator at MentalHealth.gov provides information on thousands of mental health treatment facilities. Psychology Today provides a list of treatment program and a directory of individual therapists according to specialty and location. You'll also find articles on mental health and substance abuse at Psychology Today. Call our administrative office today for more information: 866-906-8336.

Mental Health Treatment for Teenagers

Our professional counselors have helped lead hundreds of teenagers with mental illness towards recovery and healthy productive lives.

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