Areas of Care
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The core mental health conditions we support
Generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, panic disorder, trichotillomania, phobias
Major depression, melancholic depression, atypical depression, seasonal affective disorder, persistent depressive disorder
Dissociative identity disorder, dissociative amnesia, psychosis, depersonalization-derealization disorder
Disruptive mood disorder, bipolar I, bipolar II, dissociative identity disorder, schizophrenia
ADHD, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, learning difficulties, developmental issues
Co-occurring anxiety disorders, co-occurring depressive disorders, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
Perinatal or postpartum mood disorder, anxiety disorder, psychosis, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Avoidant personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, impulsive personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, obsessive compulsive personality disorder, and histrionic personality disorder
Alcohol, cannabis, prescription drugs, stimulants, cocaine, opioids, inhalants, hallucinogens, tobacco
In their words
Client & family testimonials
“I had never met other people like me.”
Before Charlie Health, I had never met other people like me. Going through the program with people I could relate to for the first time in my life…it made me feel seen. My group validated my experience in a big way. The connection to a community and having the means to do that via Charlie Health- that’s meant everything to me in terms of my mental health journey
“I’m now laughing and smiling and loving my life.”
When I came to Charlie Health, I was angry about all kinds of stuff. I didn’t laugh because of the anger. Working with Charlie Health, I’m now laughing and smiling and loving my life. I highly recommend them.
“I’m now able to resist my urges to self-harm.”
For a long while, I’d been struggling with mental health issues, with suicidal thoughts and self-harm issues as a result of mental abuse. In January, there was a big incident where I tried to severely harm myself. I was put into Charlie Health, and it was a good experience for me. I’m now able to resist my urges to self-harm, and my family relationship have gotten better. The healing process is hard, but it gets easier by the month.
FAQs for Areas of CareSee All FAQs
How do I know if IOP is an appropriate treatment for me or my loved one?
Our primary program offering—virtual intensive outpatient care (IOP)—is an appropriate level of care for teens and young adults who need more than weekly therapeutic support. Many of our clients have either recently discharged from a higher level of care (i.e. a residential treatment facility or emergency department admission) or are seeking more support than traditional weekly talk therapy.
Can I use my insurance for Charlie Health services?
We accept major insurance providers and Medicaid. Your financial circumstances should never be a barrier to receiving care.
Is virtual mental healthcare effective?
Absolutely! When teens, young adults, and families no longer have to drive back and forth to care, it’s easier for them to fully participate in treatment. Virtual care also means more personalized care, which is why our outcomes are well above industry averages.
What if I am taking medications or need to meet with a psychiatrist?
Psychiatrists are available as needed for medication management, dependent on which state you are located in, via an affiliated medical provider. Psychiatry services are provided by psychiatrists and other clinicians employed by independently owned and operated professional practices and not by Charlie Health, Inc. or its subsidiaries.
I am a provider looking to learn more about Charlie Health. How should I get in touch?
We are eager to connect and share our program with other providers and potential partners. Our outreach teams across the country are committed to connecting their communities with accessible, evidence-based, and compassionate mental healthcare. To get in touch, learn more, or make a referral, please visit our general referral page.