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Behavioral Health Programs

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At Spectrum Healthcare, our staff is trained and qualified to provide treatment in a safe and caring environment to deliver the best experience to our patients. Our clinicians use a broad range of modalities depending on the individual need. Services are planned using a team approach between patient and clinician. 

 

Adults with Serious Mental Illness  to qualify as an individual with Serious Mental Illness an individual must meet the following criteria:

A qualifying diagnosis such as but not limited to:

Major Depression

Anxiety Disorder

PTSD

Schizophrenia

Etc.

Bipolar Disorder

Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) score of 50 or below

Court Treatment: we provide outpatient services to residents of the Verde Valley who are being supervised by a Court to receive Mental Health Care as described in ARS Title 36 Article 5

 

Adult General Mental Health: to qualify for General Mental Health an individual must meet the following criteria: a treatable Mental Health Disorder as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders IV-TR (DSM IV-TR)

Depression

Anxiety

Anger Issues

Trauma

Grief

Interpersonal Conflicts

 

Adult Substance Abuse: to qualify for Chemical Abuse/Dependency Treatment an individual must meet the following critter: a treatable Substance Abuse Disorder as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders IF-TR (DSM IV-TR)

Alcohol

Marijuana

Amphetamines

Opiates

Narcotics

Prescription Medications

We also provide DUI Level I & II services that satisfy Court requirements. 
These services include: Level II: Screening and Education and Level I: Screening, Education and Treatment

Co-Occurring Disorders: Individuals with a mental illness and substance use disorder are provided integrated mental health and chemical dependency treatment. 

 

Child and Family Services: to qualify for Child and Family Services a child must meet the following criteria: a treatable Mental Health Disorder as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders IV-TR (DSM IV-TR)

ADHD/Behavior Disorders

Depression

Anxiety

Anger Management

Trauma

Grief

Family Conflicts/Parenting

 

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