Welcome to Mental Health Advisors

We are committed to excellence in the provision of comprehensive emotional or psychological care.

Who we are

Mental Health Advisors

Patients with chronic conditions often need psychosocial support and brief counseling to help them make the lifestyle and changes required to prevent disease complications. With contributions from respected clinicians and researchers in all areas of mental health, provides comprehensive training for all health professionals including those in medicine, nursing, social work, behavioral health, and clinical and health psychology who desire targeted evidence-based training in mental health skills.

Each typical patient presentations demonstrate the relationship between physical and psychological health and the complexity of behavioral change in chronic illness.

Most Americans know someone with mental illness: depression, eating disorders, phobias, or substance abuse. Warning signs include personality changes, excessive anxiety, difficulties sleeping and concentrating, prolonged sadness, or extreme highs and lows. Seeking help is a sign of strength and the first step in regaining control of your life. Mental Health treatment can be life-saving.

Our Value

Your overall health is our priority!

What does Mental Health Advisors do?

The position of a Mental Health Advisor is to support those who may be experiencing emotional or psychological distress or personal difficulties. Mental Health Advisors also may work alongside disability services or counseling services.

We are committed to excellence in the provision of comprehensive emotional or psychological care. Our approach honors each client’s confidentiality, dignity, and self-determination. As skilled professionals, we proudly provide affordable and accessible services of the highest quality.

We will set the standard of excellence in the development and delivery of innovative emotional or behavioral health and addiction services. With courage, personal responsibility, and integrity we dedicate ourselves to meeting the needs of those we serve.

As part of the primary care treatment team, identifies, triages, and manages patients with medical and other health problems within the primary care setting. Also, our mental health advisors provide skill training through psychoeducation and patient education strategies and develop specific behavioral and mental change plans for patient’s health protocols.

Our health specialists grapple with these challenges every day. They observe, assess, and provide treatments that aim to improve individual health and well-being by confronting behavioral issues, which in children can affect learning. Helping people overcome their life obstacles can be highly rewarding work especially to us.

What we offer

Get treatment for all your mental healthcare needs.


Emergency mental health services are available in emergency rooms and some hospitals may have psychiatric emergency rooms. This type of service is used by those in acute psychiatric distress, such as those who are psychotic or suicidal.


Hospitals offer inpatient mental health services for those who are acutely ill or for those who have additional physical illnesses. Stays in hospitals tend to be short.


For those patients who are very ill but do not require hospital-specific services, partial hospitalization is an option. Partial hospitalization may offer behavioral health services or substance abuse services and maybe run through a hospital or another facility. Group therapy, individual counseling, and educational sessions are typically offered as part of the overall mental health program.


These mental health services are provided at live-in facilities that are typically privately owned. Stays at these facilities are often 30 days or longer.


Mental health, substance abuse, and community mental health services are often offered on an outpatient basis. This means that in these programs, patients live in their own homes but go to a facility regularly for treatment.


Many people mental health issues see practitioners in private practice at their offices. These are typically psychologists or psychiatrists. Group, family, and individual therapy are generally offered as is medication management depending on the practitioner.


These mental health services are offered remotely over the phone or the Internet using email, online chat, or video conferencing. These behavioral health services offer people in underserved communities access to psychiatry.

Get In Touch

Please get in touch and our expert support team will answer all your questions.

Our accommodations are made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions:

  • Assisting primary health care providers to recognize and treat mental disorders and psychosocial problems.
  • Assesses the clinical status of our patients based on referred by primary care providers through brief consultative contacts.
  • Our primary care team works efficiently and effectively treat and manage patients with chronic emotional or health problems.
  • Our primary care provider refers cases to other mental health specialists as appropriate.
  • Assists in the detection of at-risk patients and assist development plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration.
  • Assists in preventing relapse or morbidity in conditions that tend to recur over time.
  • Evaluating our patient care plans with the primary care team.
  • Teaches patients, families, and staff about care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques.
  • Monitors the site’s behavioral health program, identifying problems related to patient services, and making recommendations for improvement.
  • Attends and participates in meetings and quality improvement activities as required.
  • Serves as a member of committees as requested.
  • Participates in the evaluation of peers and support staff.
  • Furthers the mission of the organization through active support of the strategic goals.

As a multi-county provider of mental health services, we offer programs and services to individuals, children, youth, and families in the areas of mental health recovery.  We also assist people who strive to learn more about mental health issues to better support friends, loved ones, and the community. A mental health crisis can take many forms of self-harm, panic attacks, suicidal ideation, getting in trouble with the law, planning, or considering hurting one’s self or others but no matter what kind of crisis someone might be going through, you can help. And we are also here to help you and your loved one with that. You will never be alone we are all through all the way. 

Here at Mental Health Advisor, we recognize that not all treatment approaches are the same and we customize your treatment to meet your specific individual needs. If you or a loved one need help, call us today or stop by our offices. Seeking help is the first step to recovery. There is Hope . . . There is Help! Call us today.