Mental Health & Recovery
Often overlooked by society at large, mental health is just as important to a person’s well-being as physical health.
Our therapists are moving!As of May 1, 2022, we will no longer be providing outpatient therapy at our 4400 N. High Street location in Clintonville. All outpatient therapy services will move to our King-Lincoln Medical Center. This includes:
- One-on-one sessions
- Family therapy
- Relationship counseling
Equitas Health seeks to care for the whole person, including their full range of mental and emotional being. As such, we offer psychiatry, individual counseling, and support groups.
Continuing our holistic approach to healthcare, we seek to treat the mind and body as one, covering the full range of your mental and emotional well-being in a comprehensive, caring and sensitive manner.
We’ll leave no stone unturned in our pursuit for a long and healthy life for you. We won’t automatically prescribe a one-size-fits-all approach. We’ll listen, and we’ll work together to develop a plan that fits your life. That plan could include talk therapy, a support group or medication. It could even mean a yoga class.
We know this journey can be long and winding, but we’ll be there with you every step of the way. We’re in this together.
Care Access Update As of 3/07/2022
We want to meet the needs of everyone who reaches out for care. This monthly update shows how we are doing with the resources available to us.
Psychiatric nurse practitioners
Number on staff: 6
Number of visits last month: 573
Number on staff: 20
Number of visits prior month: 1693
People waiting for first visit: 1545
People waiting to join a support group: No wait time
Before ever meeting with our psychiatrists, you’ll first meet with a talk therapist to determine if, in fact, you need medication for your treatment. If we decide, together, to take that path, we’ll work on a plan that fits your life, and we’ll check in regularly to make sure your care is consistent and still effective.