Our Services

What We Do

Our goal is to give you hope, put an end to the endless searching and be the conduit to get you access to the right services and solutions for your specific situation as fast as we can, so you can finally breathe. We work with parents of adolescents and young adults ages 17+ to find the right mental healthcare for:

    • Depression
    • Suicide
    • Anxiety
    • Gender Identification
    • LGBTQ+ Identification
    • Eating Disorders
    • Schizophrenia
    • Bi-Polar Disorder

Disclosure Statement: These Services are NOT therapy and are intended to be supportive to the parents of the child in distress. Services are private pay only and not eligible for insurance reimbursement.

How We Do It

Though nothing can take away all of your struggles completely, we’re here to support you, validate you, lighten your load and help you get back on the path of reaching your own goals of health, well-being and joy. We tap into our own knowledgebase of healthcare providers around the United States and have access to resources through that network as well as through a variety of health plans.

Our process includes:

  1. Assessment & Evaluation

    • How long has the child been in this situation? What are they experiencing?
  1. Gather Input & History

    • What resources have been explored and conveyed?
    • What’s working and what’s missing?
    • What pieces can be included as part of the plan?
  1. Hypothesize & Craft Potential Solutions

    • Explore options available
    • Provide a plan of action

If you need something different beyond what we have in our toolbox, we follow-through and won’t stop until we find the right tool, or solution that fits you. Everyone deserves access to the right mental healthcare when they need it.

Blevins Blog

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The Need for Improved Access to Care Among Youth

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