Sunview Wellness

If you struggle with your mental health

Join our premium mental health outpatient programs

Stay in control of your schedule while receiving custom clinical care

Yes, we take your insurance — including Medicaid

Don’t see your insurance here?
Don’t worry.

- We can probably get your treatment covered.-

Your world doesn't need to be such a painful place.

When you're struggling with mental health, there is help available.

Whether you’ve already received intensive treatment, you’re leaving an inpatient program, or you are reaching out for the first time, we’ll give you compassionate guidance and clinically effective care for psychiatric disorders and mental illness.

Is this you?

We'll help you choose the right program so you can start feeling better.

How it works

- Begin your wellness journey with 3 simple steps -

Chat with our team

We'll run through some screenings to match you to a program that will be the best fit for your needs. Then we'll work with your insurance to get you into treatment.

Get a treatment plan

A full clinical intake process gives you a targeted, custom plan including:
● What kind of therapy you'll receive
● How often you'll have sessions
● Who will be on your clinical team
● Your medication management plan, if needed.

Start your program

As soon as you're cleared, you can begin programming. We offer 3 different program levels that range from one to five days per week. We monitor progress as-you-go and tweak your plan if needed.

Are you a fit?

With 37+ years of combined clinical experience, we've treated someone like you — even if:

You live in an assisted living facility

You've been discharged from a psychiatric hospital

You're managing more than one mental health condition

You've tried treatment before, but it didn't work

You are also struggling with substance abuse

Who will support you?

- Your treatment plan may include any or all of our licensed recovery specialists -


Our psychiatrist overees your treatement with the right assesments, diagnostic tools, and medication management. If you have a comorbid condition, the psychiatrist will work closely with the rest of the team to treat both conditions.


A licensed clinical social worker or licensed mental health counselor is your closest ally in recovery. You’ll spend time in group or individual therapy, led by a clinician that is hand-picked for fit.

Group Facilitator

In some cases, group therapy can provide the social support you need and accelerate your recovery journey. A Group Faciliator provides the framework you need to get empowerment from your peers — and empower others in return.

Nurse Practitioner

Every case is unique and requires careful monitoring and re-assessment. Your NP is not just your handholder and cheerleader — they are on top of your case and ready to call changes as needed.


Your Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse provides direct emotional support, administers your medication(s), and reports any updates or changes to the rest of your team.

Support Staff

Your Behavioral Health Technician or Mental Health Technician is your care companion. They provide support in whatever ways you need it most, from assitance and companionship to teaching you new skillsa and practicing with you.

What treatment styles and modalities can you access?

Depending on your needs, we offer the following services and modalities:

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Trauma Recovery

Relapse Prevention

Mental Health Counseling

Motivational Interviewing

Group Therapy

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Substance Abuse

Recover from addiction and dependency and reclaim your life and relationships. No matter what you've already tried (or haven't tried), we're here to provide a plan for recovery.

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Dissociative Disorder

Having a disconnection and a lack of continuity between thoughts, memories, surroundings and identity.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Having excessive thoughts that lead to repetitive behaviors.

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Panic Disorder

Having a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers sever physical reactions.

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Having a loss of contact with reality and may include seeing or believing things that aren’t real.

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Having intense and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Having difficulty emotionally recovering from a traumatic event which may include “reliving” the event.

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Having an unreasonable distrust of others or feelings of persecution.

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Borderline Personality Disorder

Having unstable moods, behavior and difficulty maintaining relationships.

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Bi-Polar Disorder

Having severe mood swings from feeling very low and feeling very high.

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Having difficulty interpreting reality and seeing or believing things are aren’t real.

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