Every year, one in five adults in the U.S. experience a mental health condition, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). “The past couple of years, people have seen that it is really important to take care of yourself,” said Kristin Smith, a licensed counselor at Parkridge Valley Hospitals. “There has been an increase in stress and anxiety, and we want to ensure that our community knows how to access resources available here at home or locally.”
Finding help for a mental health condition can be scary, overwhelming and confusing. A good place to start is your primary care provider who can share resources in your community appropriate for your needs. “It’s important to take that first step and reach out to someone, whether it’s your physician, a counselor or a hotline,” said Smith. “At Parkridge Valley, we offer many outpatient programs and can help people find the right program for them or connect them with the appropriate community resource.”
Parkridge Valley is a network of mental health hospitals that offer extensive outpatient services. These programs provide group therapy, coping skills, mindfulness techniques, music and art therapy, and more to help people who experience a variety of mental health conditions and diagnoses. “Our programs offer a supportive environment so people know that they are not alone,” said Smith.
To learn more information or to use our convenient online scheduling, please see a list of locations below. In addition, help is always available through our 24-hour helpline at 423-299-2300.
Parkridge Valley Adult & Senior Campus
7351 Courage Way
Parkridge Valley Cleveland Outpatient Program
1855 Executive Park Dr. NW
Parkridge Valley Child & Adolescent Campus
2200 Morris Hill Road
Parkridge Valley West
1000 Tennessee 28