THE BEST MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FOR ADULTS

The Best Mental Health Treatment for Adults

The National Alliance on Mental Health states, “21% of U.S. adults experienced mental illness in 2020 (52.9 million people). This represents 1 in 5 adults.” With that statistic in mind, Intake Director, Madison Baker, reflects on what The Mental Health Collective does best regarding treatment for adults struggling with mental health issues. He believes treatment success often starts with an accurate clinical diagnostic assessment. Listen to his recent interview below to learn more.

THE BEST MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FOR ADULTS OFTEN BEGINS WITH INDIVIDUALIZED CLIENT CARE

From day one, Madison and his clinical team are focused on providing the best mental health treatment for adults. As a team, they believe this goal can be achieved with clinet centered, individualized care. Upon admission, all clients receive an individual:

  • Intake Assessment

  • Nursing Assessment

  • Psychiatric Assessment

  • Personal Time to Rest

The Collective’s focus for every client is to create a welcoming, trusting and supportive environment from admission to discharge. Click below to hear directly from Madison and why he believes the best mental health treatment for adults starts with individualized care. 

About Madison Baker:

Madison Baker earned his Bachelors of Science from the University of Texas at Austin in 2010 and has worked in a variety of treatment settings within the field of substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis treatment. He specializes in admissions consultations, case management and navigating access to appropriate healthcare. With an attitude of kindness and compassion, he strives to be a resource for families and professionals navigating the crises and often confusing process of accessing appropriate treatment.

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