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Mental health disorders are now the leading cause of disability in the United States. Although these disorders vary in type and severity, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that 26.2% of Americans aged 18 and older are diagnosed with a mental health disorder in any given year. That’s one in four adults, or nearly 60 million people. Of all the people who live with a mental health disorder, 45% of them also meet the criteria for 2 or more disorders. One out of 17 people in the general population have a mental health disorder that can be classified as serious.Read More
Mental health counseling can seem like an unreachable ideal. It may appear that many obstacles are standing in your way, but don’t worry. We can help you overcome those roadblocks, guiding you along your journey to recovery. Here at Guardian Behavioral Health Foundation, we understand that every family is in a different situation, so our services are designed to get you the most effective mental health counseling for your specific condition.Read More
Mental health services can be a crucial component of restoring balance to the life of someone who has been diagnosed with a mental illness. Unfortunately, these services are often inaccessible to many families due to financial hardship or a lack of understanding the mental illness itself. Here at Guardian Behavioral Health Foundation, we strive to build a bridge between individuals and families suffering from mental illness and the treatment and services that can help them. We are a non-profit organization that provides a number of support services to individuals, families, and the greater community.
Guardian’s Mental Health Services
Being diagnosed with a mental illness can be scary and overwhelming, and that’s before you consider the potential costs associated with treatment. We believe that everyone, regardless of their financial situation, deserves equal access to mental health services. That’s why we provide financial assistance to people diagnosed with mental illness, giving them and their family access to beneficial psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and treatment services.Read More