If the news about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created anxiety or other mental health concerns for you or a loved one, you are not alone.
The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is available to support individuals and communities during this time. You can contact them 24/7 at 855.662.7474.
One out of every five individuals will experience a mental disorder that disrupts their life. With proper medical attention and emotional support, most behavioral health issues can be successfully treated.
Whether it’s depression, panic attacks, grief, suicidal thoughts, anxiety or stress, help is available!
If someone you love is battling depression, or suffering from mental illness, let us help. We are deeply committed to the care of our patients.
Our team provides compassionate care for a wide array of behavioral health services for children and adults with issues of depression, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive behaviors, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, hallucinations, delusions, mood disorders, thoughts of harming self or others, sleep disturbances, anger and dementia or memory problems.
Upon your first visit, or the visit of a family member, we will ask questions about the nature of your problem including its severity and duration. We will collect personal demographic information about you, including your insurance resources. We will also check your vital signs and physical health status. Our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners will then work with you to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Our Advanced Practice Professionals are licensed to prescribe medications when indicated in support of restoring your mental health.
Outpatient Services are available in Carlsbad and Artesia. To make an appointment, please call our offices at 575.725.5562 (Artesia) or 575.725.5562 (Carlsbad). When making your appointment, please select the provider who is the best fit for you or your loved one:
- Susan Caley, CNP sees adults and children ages 14 and older
- Honey Covin, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC sees children ages 18 and younger
- Ron Haugen, DNP, CNP, CNS sees adults and children ages 14 and older