According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 4 Americans live with a mental disorder, estimates indicate that nearly two-thirds of all people with a diagnosable mental illness do not seek treatment, especially people from diverse communities. Lack of knowledge, fear of disclosure, rejection of friends, and discrimination are a few reasons why people with mental illness don’t seek help.
Self-assessment tools to help you find out your current level of anxiety, depression or if you could be experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
AspenPointe has the unique ability to support our clients by offering a mental health therapist in conjunction with a psychiatrist and/or nurse prescriber, if medications are needed.
Case Management helps clients connect to AspenPointe and community resources including benefits procurement, housing or transportation services, coordination with other community providers and many other community resources. In addition, Standard Case Management assists clients in learning daily living skills that will lead to more independent living.
Our Acute Treatment Unit is for adults age 18 and over who are experiencing problems with psychiatric illnesses and/or emotional disorders that need immediate attention.
An estimated 15 million people will suffer from major depression this year, a condition that can take effect due to several factors, which can be psychological, biological, environmental and genetic.
New Client Admissions Packet
Please bring the completed packet, client insurance card, photo identification card and any additional paperwork to your initial appointment.
As part of the services you can receive, you have the option to identify any Advance Directives you may have.