If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, call the crisis line at 1-800-572-8122 or 988. If the issue you are seeking help for is urgent, and potentially life-threatening, please call 911.
If you have found your way to this page, you are hopefully ready to take the next step to finding help for yourself, a friend, family member, patient, or other community member. Great! We are here to help. To begin, find a location near you, and give us a call.
Seeking help for you Finding the right treatment for you begins with a thorough assessment. Your Comprehensive Healthcare treatment team will recommend a course of individualized care tailored to meet your unique needs. The key to successful treatment is your engagement. You are the most important person in your own care: we invite you to ask questions, make sure you fully understand the plan and how it addresses your needs. Treatment works, and the caring professionals at Comprehensive Healthcare utilize evidence-based practices to promote your recovery. We want you to enjoy life to the fullest and to thrive in your personal life and in your community.
Seeking help for a family member It is not uncommon for family, friends, or caregivers to be the first to become concerned about another’s well being. Changes in moods, behaviors or relationships can be symptoms of underlying behavioral problems. It’s okay to ask questions, and to help a loved one seek care. A couple key considerations when helping others seek treatment:
Patient privacy Remember that treatment providers will not disclose patient information without a release. If you are planning to assist a patient with treatment or coordination of care, make sure the treatment provider has a release form signed by the client so we are able to discuss their care with you.
Youth treatment When assisting youth in treatment, most evidence-based treatment practices encourage at least one parent to participate. Our message to you is: be involved. Know where the course of treatment is headed. Know the goals, and help practice at home what is learned in therapy. Ask your treatment team how to participate in care.
Older adults Depression and mild dementia are not uncommon as people advance in age. Family members should encourage loved one to assess, and treat these conditions when appropriate. There are many therapeutic and medical treatments that can treat symptoms, and improve quality of life as people age. Keep in mind that certain medical conditions (including urinary tract infections) can manifest like mental health conditions. These conditions are often times easy to treat.
Information on various referral options are provided in the links to the right. If you cannot find the referral information that fits your needs, please submit an inquiry to us using our Contact Us form, or call Comprehensive Healthcare location near you.