Why Choose Mental Health Resources?
We know that you can choose who to trust to provide your care. Over 20 years ago, we opened the first non-hospital based intensive outpatient program in Memphis. Over the course of those 20+ years, our expertise has continued to evolve.
Our intensive outpatient programs are the only ones in Memphis and the surrounding area that have published eight treatment outcome studies in peer reviewed journals proving our treatment effectiveness. Additionally, our published client satisfaction ratings show very high customer ratings of their treatment experience with us and an independent, international, review found that our clients had among the highest satisfaction scores in the world.
Our intensive outpatient program at Mental Health Resources:
- Specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety.
- Located in a confidential, private office.
- Is the only intensive outpatient program in the Memphis area, (and one of the few in the country), with proven treatment outcomes.
Wondering if you or a loved one might have a mood, anxiety or mental health problem?
Use our free clinically validated screening questionnaires for depression, anxiety and other concerns. These anonymous self-assessments are for screening only and are not designed to diagnose a condition. No screening quiz is 100% accurate so if you are concerned about your mental health or that of your loved ones, please seek help from a mental health professional.
Millions of Americans need treatment every day.
Any Mental Illness
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Our overall client satisfaction was ranked
among the highest in the world.
A recent international review of over 2,000 client satisfaction studies of treatment programs found that 27 met their rigorous methodological inclusion criteria. Our treatment outcome and treatment satisfaction study was included in this systematic review of client satisfaction in treatment. Learn More
Clients Report Success
- Would you come back? 95%
- Overall satisfaction 93%
- Services helped 93%
- Satisfaction with amount of help 90%
- Recommend the program 95%
- Extent program met your needs 85%
- Kind of service 90%
- The Quality of Service 93%
- Average CSQ score 93%
Based on over 20 years of research, involving over 2,000 patients, this chart
demonstrates MHR’s client satisfaction for all of our clients.
MHR’s TOTAL CLIENT SATISFACTION SCORES
We have listed some of the representative Mental Health Resources reviews, ratings and feedback above. As you can see there, our clients highly recommend our program, are highly satisfied with our treatment and with their personal successes in our intensive outpatient program for alcohol and drug abuse.
In addition to completing the rating scales, many clients choose to also leave us reviews, ratings and feedback or other comments on their satisfaction questionnaires. We have listed a few of the representative reviews, ratings and feedback and comments below. As you can see, these client reviews are consistent with the ratings and reflect a high degree of client satisfaction and success in our intensive outpatient programs.
Are you or a loved one suffering from depression, anxiety or other common mental health problems?
If the answer is yes, you have already taken the first step in the right direction. With 1 in 5 Americans experiencing any mental condition, accepting that you have a problem is the first step to getting appropriate treatment.
Mental Health Resources offers an intensive mental health treatment program in Memphis for people seeking to reclaim their life and eliminate emotional distress. For over 20 years, our treatment center has been providing evidence based treatment to provide relief from depression, anxiety and other types of emotional distress. Want to know more? Email us today or call at 901-682-5136 to get more information on our psychiatric intensive outpatient program. We are proud to participate in nearly all preferred provider insurance networks, including those below.
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