Community members are invited to join the CCMH’s Senior Life Solutions for an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 11, at their new location at 1317 S Hwy 54 (Medical Mall).
Erica Wait, RN, BSN, Program Director of CCMH’s Senior Life Solutions, said, “This event is the perfect opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about our program to come see new our space, learn more about the services we provide, and meet our dedicated staff.”
Guests will have the opportunity to tour the program facility and ask questions while enjoying light refreshments.
CCMH’s Senior Life Solutions’ department is an intensive outpatient group therapy program designed to meet the unique needs of individuals typically 65 and older experiencing depression and/or anxiety related to life changes that are often associated with aging.
The program staff includes a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed therapists, a registered nurse, and other professionals dedicated to the emotional well-being of the older adults in our community. Anyone can refer a patient to the program, including a physician, family member, the patient, or another healthcare professional.
Wait said, “We look forward to hosting members of our community at our new location on April 11, for the opportunity to help those struggling to improve their quality of life through our services.”
For more information or you or someone you know could benefit from this program, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Call us today at 417-876-3656.
Senior Life Solutions is managed by Psychiatric Medical Care (PMC). Founded in 2003, PMC is a leading behavioral healthcare management company focused on addressing the needs of rural and underserved communities. PMC manages inpatient behavioral health units, intensive outpatient programs, and telehealth services in more than 30 states. The company’s services provide evaluation and treatment for patients suffering from depression, anxiety, mood disorders, memory problems, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other behavioral health problems. For more information, visit