22656 Mental Health Department

Find 22656 mental health departments. Mental health departments provide information on behavioral health, depression, mood disorders, bipolar and other disorders, anxiety, mental illness and its symptoms, psychologists, clinics, institutions and hospitals, symptoms, disability, health agencies, help hotlines, and other resources.

Loudoun County Virginia Mental Health Department 16480 Meadowview Court Leesburg VA 20175 30.5 miles from 22656 703-771-5710

Leesburg Mental Health Department 906 Trailview Boulevard Southeast Leesburg VA 20175 30.7 miles from 22656 703-777-0378

Loudoun County Mental Health Department 21641 Ridgetop Circle Sterling VA 20166 38.9 miles from 22656 571-258-3026

Manassas Mental Health Department 7969 Ashton Avenue Manassas VA 20109 42.7 miles from 22656 703-792-7800

Northwest Mental Health Department 1850 Cameron Glen Drive Reston VA 20190 42.9 miles from 22656 703-481-4100

Fairfax County Virginia Mental Health Department 12011 Government Center Parkway Fairfax VA 22035 46.4 miles from 22656 703-324-7095

Rockville Mental Health Department 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville MD 20857 53.4 miles from 22656 301-443-3667

Franklin County Mental Health Department 425 Franklin Farm Lane Chambersburg PA 17202 55.1 miles from 22656 717-264-5387

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About Mental Health Departments

Are mental health services covered by Medicaid and Medicare?

Medicaid programs provide a range of mental health counseling, medication, therapy, social work, and other services. Many state Medicaid programs provide substance abuse disorder services as well. Medicare also covers a wide range of mental health services through Medicare Parts A, B, and D.

What are the differences between psychiatrists, psychologists, family therapists, and counselors?

These therapists have different types of training and specialize in different aspects of treatment. A mental health clinic or agency that performs an evaluation can help ensure that an individual is referred to the appropriate specialist.

What are "evidence-based" programs and practices?

Evidence-based programs and practices refer to treatment methods that have been the subject of extensive research and have been proven to be successful and safe. SAMHSA maintains a registry of all evidence-based programs and practices.