Comprehensive
Mental Health Services

From our psychiatrists to our patient care to our payment options, we’re different by design. The goal: make world-class mental health care accessible to anyone in Nevada.

Here are three things you can expect as a Nevada Mental Health patient:   

1. Mental health care customized to your unique needs.


Drawing of a tree with large roots. The branches represent symptoms such as anger, sadness, poor sleep while the tree’s roots represent the root causes of these symptoms such as stress, failure, and bad habits.

What do you need?

Are you seeking relief or fulfillment? Symptom relief now, heavy stuff later?

It’s up to you. We can help you address both symptoms and root causes.

 

No more rushed appointments!

  • Your first appointment will be 45-60 minutes so we can delve into details.
  • Your monthly follow-up appointments will be 20-30 minutes.

Your treatment will be custom-tailored and incorporate any other providers helping you.

2.  High-end mental health services available to anyone, regardless of insurance.


We offer the quality of self-pay care at the price of your copay or deductible.

That’s a fancy way of saying that top psychiatrists don’t usually accept insurance because insurance companies seldom pay the full price.

This means insured patients who can’t afford to pay out of pocket for psychiatric care may receive lower quality care in the form of shorter appointments and cookie-cutter services.

 

We break this mold.

Even though insurances don’t pay our full price, we have accepted their rates as part of our commitment to lift Nevada out of being 51st in America for mental health care.  

We accept all major insurance, including:
  • Medicare
  • UnitedHealthcare 
  • Medicaid
  • Cigna
  • Tricare 
  • Teachers Health Trust
  • SilverSummit 
  • ...and more! Call us if your insurance provider isn't listed. 

3. Top mental health care starts with top mental health providers.


All care at Nevada Mental Health is either delivered or directly supervised by double board-certified psychiatrists.

What does that mean and why does it matter?

Being a board-certified physician is a mark of distinction indicating that you’re in the top of your field. It also requires additional training, education, and testing. It’s extremely difficult to be board-certified in a single specialty area, even more so to be double board-certified.

This means you’ll benefit from a high quality of care provided by experts unsurpassed in their psychiatric expertise.


Get the expert psychiatric care you need to be your best self. 
Call to schedule your appointment with Nevada Mental Health today: 702-440-8430