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Customer service is an important pillar of Choose Mental Health. We believe in being attentive to our customers. This includes prompt professional courtesies with an eye on the mission. Learn more about our pillars here
We love hearing stories like this from our community!  ...They care, and are outfitted to provide the real care and help these boys deserve. I went from a Mom who assumed her son would live with her the rest of his life, unable to perform the activities to develop an enriching life, to a Mom who is watching her son grow. This feeling is indescribable. Thank you for giving our son his life back.”
When you are meeting with a new therapist for the first time, you must find out if they are the right fit for you and your mental health needs. Learn what questions you should be asking here
Kids deserve our best answers, help, and support. They deserve to not be afraid of their thoughts. They deserve the best we can give them. By supporting Choose Mental Health, you are standing up for 20 million children and youth with mental health needs who suffer right now. Learn more at
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Keep score of the good things. Every day, write down the good things that happened that day. Youll be surprised at how much good is in your life.
We believe access to mental health care should not be limited to those who can afford it. Our mission is to make care accessible and affordable, because everyone deserves to be helped. Learn more about our mission at
Myth: Depression only affects women.

Theres a stigma around men discussing their feelings because historically it was a sign of weakness. However, talking about your emotions and being vulnerable is a sign of strength and may even save your life. Discover other common myths about depression at
The pandemic showed us how significantly our mental health affects so many aspects of our lives. Now, many are saying mental health should be addressed and taught in schools. Would you agree? Read about the issue at
Wondering if a residential (out-of-home) program would be a good fit for your child? Fill out our online referral application to find out. This confidential assessment will help us assess whether this kind of program could be beneficial, and will help us provide a list of recommended programs. Take the assessment now at
The safety and happiness of those we work with means everything to us. Listen to this amazing review by one of our clients!
“Cannot say enough wonderful things about our program that is part of Choose Mental Health! From the admissions team to the front line staff, everyone has shown such care and professionalism from the very beginning. Wonderful program making a difference.”
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