ARCare behavioral health services provide treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders to patients in Jonesboro, Arkansas. According to the Centers for Disease Control, a community health evaluation (CHA) or community health needs assessment (CHNA) is an evaluation that identifies key health needs and problems through comprehensive and systematic data collection and analysis. In a hospital, this list is called a “Chargemaster” or “Chargemaster”, which is a complete list of all the billable items and services provided. At ARCare, patients can access coordinated intensive treatment by a team of mental health professionals including psychiatrists, therapists and 24-hour skilled nursing care.
This comprehensive approach to mental health care ensures that patients receive the best possible care for their individual needs. A community health evaluation provides organizations with comprehensive information about the current health status, needs, and problems of the community. This helps organizations like ARCare to better understand the needs of their patients and develop effective strategies for providing quality mental health services. At ARCare, we understand that mental health care doesn't end when treatment is completed. We offer follow-up services to ensure that our patients continue to receive the support they need after their treatment has ended. Our aftercare services include individual counseling sessions, group therapy sessions, and support groups.
We also provide referrals to other mental health professionals if needed. At ARCare, we are committed to providing quality mental health services to our patients in Jonesboro, Arkansas. We strive to provide comprehensive care that meets the individual needs of each patient. Our aftercare services ensure that our patients have access to the support they need even after their treatment has ended.