About 43 million Americans experience a mental illness each year. More than half of these individuals don’t receive what could be life-saving treatment. Unfortunately, this is often linked to inaccurate beliefs regarding mental health services eligibility. Many people simply don’t think they have access to this care. In most cases, though, this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Transformations at Mending Fences has helped many people secure the treatment they thought was out of reach. Our admissions office can help you figure out your options, and in many cases, we can discover your eligibility for mental health services over the course of one phone call. The most important thing is to simply take the first step.
Contact us today to learn more about how you can access mental healthcare services.
One of the biggest hurdles for people in need of mental health services isn’t that they don’t qualify. The biggest issue is that many don’t know if they qualify. In fact, 48% of Americans are unsure if they’re eligible to receive mental health care. The first step in this process — and often the last — is merely reviewing your health insurance offerings.
Of course, many people don’t have health insurance. Additionally, countless insurance plans may not cover this care or have in-network therapists accepting new patients. If this is the case, consider the following options:
Unfortunately, many of these organizations are limited in their options. They frequently only offer the most basic therapeutic approaches. These offerings have helped many people throughout the years, but having a more expansive selection of therapies is beneficial.
This is why you should look into treatment facilities like Mending Fences. The wider selection of treatment options will improve your chance of overcoming your issues. Fortunately, many insurers will cover costs related to such treatment centers.
Serving in the Armed Forces is one of the most selfless endeavors a person can undertake. Unfortunately, some battles follow former service members back home. Countless vets have dealt with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, substance abuse disorders, and a myriad of other psychiatric issues. In many cases, vets don’t receive the help they deserve.
Fortunately, the mental health service eligibility of veterans is without question. VA Medical Centers offer an array of treatment options, and for those who don’t qualify, Community Vet Centers can help. If you’re seeking private treatment facilities, the VA MISSION Act is an important resource that can cover costs.
If you served your country in the military, you have options for mental health services. Contact us at Mending Fences today to learn how to access the benefits you earned.
Once your mental health service eligibility has been established, you have access to a selection of therapeutic offerings. The only hurdles you’ll face will depend on the provider you choose. Most therapists you find locally will only offer a few services. This is why an increasing number of people seek help outside of their community.
It’s best to choose a provider with an array of therapeutic offerings. This will make it easier to build an individualized treatment plan that’s customized to your needs. For instance, these are just a few of the treatments offered at Mending Fences:
The “go-to” approach for dealing with many mental health issues is cognitive behavioral therapy. This means it’s likely available no matter where you get treatment. It may not be the best treatment for everyone, though, and most patients will benefit from multiple offerings.
The important thing to remember is that you have options.
When you realize you need help, structural hurdles in the mental healthcare system can seem daunting. In many cases, though, services are available. It all comes down to recognizing your options and accessing available resources. Unfortunately, many people find this process difficult. That’s why it’s important to find help.
Transformations at Mending Fences works directly with many insurers to connect people with the help they need. If you’re concerned about your mental health service eligibility, reach out to our admissions office to learn more. You may qualify for the many services offered at Mending Fences, and if it’s not the program for you, we can point you in the right direction.
Contact us today to get started on the path toward healing.
National Alliance on Mental Illness