All offices of Cumberland Mental health and Volunteer Behavioral health are under the same umbrella. They use antiquated practices and equipment. They will never care about you, your condition or your feedback. The lies they tell about the new state law can easily be proven by reading the law yourself or going to a competent mental health provider. They should be under investigation or closed down. Do yourself a favor and find another provider.
I wasn't too impressed with their office, I could tell they didn't take much pride in it's appearance, as the clients would not respect the furniture. They should really allow for more time in between appointments and need to treat incoming patients with more respect. They weren't overly rude but they could have been a lot nicer. I waited to check in for at least 5 minutes as the receptionist was busy entering information into a computer instead of looking at me and saying, I will be right with you. I haven't seen any coupons or discounts for this provider's office, but I haven't really looked. If I were in some kind of an emergency I'd go back.
These people do not care about your condition or prescribing you the right medication. The one of only two providers in the building I had the displeasure of meeting had little to no interest in my symptoms and prescribed a medication that did not help AT ALL and in fact made me even more depressed/anxious. When I returned to express how badly the medication affected me, I was interrupted and basically told that I had to take what was given to me or nothing at all. I was completely shocked at the level of disinterest in actually treating my specific condition.
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