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Making Mental Health Care & Addiction Treatment Possible for Everyone!

Mental Health

According to the National Institute of Mental Health 46% of the US adults will experience a diagnosable mental health issue in their lifetime including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and many others. Our goal is to ensure that care is possible for everyone. Our team of treatment professionals includes psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and counselors who are passionate about providing the best care possible.


Drug and alcohol abuse and addiction are at epidemic proportions. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control 100 people die from drug overdoses every day in the US. When addiction and drug/alcohol abuse impact a family, lives are turned upside down. Dreams die, and people die. If you or a loved one struggles with any type of addiction, we want to help!
We have an amazing team of highly trained experts in the field of addiction and recovery that can provide the hope and healing you need.

Military Families

At no other time in our county’s history have our brave soldiers been exposed to more stress and trauma. Currently there are 22 military suicides every day in America. This is totally unacceptable. At CarePossible we love and honor our soldiers, and we want to ensure that all military families get the care they need for any addiction or mental health issue.
Our treatment team will provide excellent, and totally confidential, treatment to military members—active duty or veterans, and their family members.


Part of our mission at CarePossible is to educate the general public about mental health and addiction issues in order to increase awareness, remove stigma, and prevent overdoses and suicides.
We do this through community events, speaker panels, partnering with schools and other organizations. For more info on having CarePossible partner with your upcoming addiction or mental health awareness/education event, please