The Neuroscience Research Institute team is led by renowned mental health researcher with work extending to mental health research at and for major medical institutions and pharma organizations. Our team’s impressive credentials span multi-decade hands-on experience including advancing mental health industry research. Our team knows first-hand the obstacles and opportunities in treating mental health disorders.
Neuroscience Research Institute WPB FL, Treatment Center
Address: 222 Picadilly St, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
The Neuroscience Research Institute’s South Florida location will provide a safe place for families and clients struggling with behavioral health challenges to obtain more information, assessments & resources for treatment programs. We are led by a renowned mental health researcher with work extending to mental health research at and for major medical institutions and pharma organizations. Not to mention, our team’s impressive credentials span multi-decade hands-on experience including advancing mental health industry research. Additionally, our team knows first-hand the obstacles and opportunities in treating mental health disorders.
Research teams at two prestigious universities analyze our treatment and help us take the entire field of addiction medicine to the next level.
Attentive care by specialists that listen and continuously improve. The overwhelming majority of surveyed clients have told us they are satisfied with the care they received in our organization.
In meeting our community’s growing need for mental health treatment for clients and their families, an expansion was done to treat the evolving needs of clients with complex and challenging primary mental health disorders. Clients can benefit from a higher level of care coupled with supervision in smaller group setting. Our mental health center residential inpatient facilities come fully equipped to drive positive outcomes. Our 5-star facility offers common and private spaces to strengthen and support clients’ social, emotional, and independent living progress throughout their recovery journey. We also provide telehealth treatment!
Mental Health Statistics in South Florida
Throughout the United States, a reported 1 in 6 people have a mental illness. Living with a mental illness, regardless of what kind, can be extremely challenging. In South Florida, individuals face their own unique factors related to mental illnesses. Consider the following:
- 61.7% of Florida residents with a mental health condition did not receive professional treatment (the national average for this is 55.8%)
- The country’s Access Rating (which helps determine which states provide the most access to insurance and which don’t) puts Florida in the 44th spot, making it one of the states in the country with the least access to insurance
- Suicides rank higher than homicides in 62 of 67 of Florida’s counties
- Florida’s per capita support for mental health services ranks last out of all 50 states
- The ratio of people to mental health providers is 1: 1,000+ in Southern Florida counties including Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Glades, De Soto, and Sarasota counties
There is no doubt that the people of Florida can benefit from accessible, quality mental health treatment. At Neuroscience Research Institute, we can provide care for those grappling with the most complex of mental health conditions.
The decision on which treatment program would be best for you can be a difficult one to make. Whether it is an outpatient, teletherapy, or inpatient treatment it’s really important to take the first step to get help now.
If you or someone you love need help assessing what type of treatment program would be most suitable call our Oklahoma specialists today for information and answers to all your questions. Without any obligation, ever.