Mental Health Assessment, Medication and Counseling - NNAMHS Reno - Galletti

Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health (NNAMHS)

 
General Information
Description of ServiceNorthern Nevada Adult Mental Health (NNAMHS) is a comprehensive, community-based, mental health system supported by an acute care psychiatric inpatient hospital. Outpatient services include counseling, medication clinics, and case management.

NNAMHS offers the following services:
  • Psychiatric Crisis Services: Psychiatric Assessment Service (PAS) is the intake and screening point for all services and offers initial assessment and referrals to NNAMHS outpatient services. If the assessed individual is acutely ill, they may be referred to the Psychiatric Observation Unit (POU) located at Dini-Townsend Hospital, which offers rapid screening and stabilization for acute psychiatric crisis. The stay is generally limited to 72 hours or less. Sixty-five percent of those who reach the POU are released back to the community, with referrals, without need of hospitalization.
  • Outpatient Psychiatric Services: Provides psychiatric medication, monitoring and pharmacy services to individuals with diagnosed mental illnesses such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Outpatient Counseling: Group and individual therapy sessions, depending on the needs of the client, teach individuals how to manage their impulses and emotions.
  • Consumer Assistance Program / Drop-in Centers: Offer people with mental illness the opportunity to connect with one another and build relationships.
  • Mental Health Court: Collaboration between NNAMHS and the Criminal Justice system that provides opportunity for people with misdemeanor and minor felony criminal charges who would benefit from psychiatric treatment to be diverted from the standard criminal justice system if they participate in treatment.
  • Mobile Outreach Safety Team: Collaboration with local law enforcement agencies in Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County to offer psychiatric services to homeless mentally ill and those with mental illness who bring themselves to the attention of law enforcement. This helps prevent increasing numbers of individuals with mental illness from being housed in the jail and assists with enrolling them in appropriate services.
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation: Assists with recovery of the ability to perform activities of daily living, social activities and employment related skills.
  • Residential Support: Assists individuals living with severe mental illness to remain in a community living situation. Offered in conjunction with other services and includes rent and utility assistance and assistance with activities of daily living based on the individuals' particular needs.
  • Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH): Targets homeless, or those at risk of becoming homeless, individuals access mental health services, apply for housing assistance, and/or maintain current housing.
  • Service Coordination: Offers assistance in obtaining benefits and coordinating available services throughout the community. Service coordinators offer coaching and supports to keep the consumer engaged in treatment and recovery.
  • Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT): Provides intensive support to those with mental illness who have a history of high use of emergency, hospital and law enforcement services. Teams work in an interdisciplinary manner to support consumers in living in the community, adherence to their medication program and employment rehabilitation.
  • Senior Mental Health Outreach Program: Case management and outreach to seniors with a diagnosed mental illness.
  • Co-occurring Disorders Programs: Services for people with both mental illness and substance abuse issues. Includes an Intensive Day Treatment Program.
Urgent Services ProvidedFor emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
LocationWashoe County
Intake ProcedureWalk-ins Monday-Friday 8am-3pm
 
Client Information
Target PopulationIllness - Mental
Age GroupAll Adults
GenderEither
EligibilityAdults and legally emancipated minors
 
Fees or Charges
Fee AmountsSliding-scale fees
Payment NotesNo-one is turned away for the inability to pay.
 
Availability
Hours of Operation Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
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Contact Information
 
Contact's Phone 775-688-2001
Physical Site Address 1 480 Galletti Way
Physical Site City, State, Zip Sparks, NV 89431
Main Phone 775-688-2001
Emergency/After Hours Phone National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
TDD Phone 775-688-1426
Fax 775-688-2124
Web Address mhds.nv.gov
 
 
Affiliated Agency, Programs, and Services
Affiliated Agency: State of Nevada Division of Mental Health & Developmental Services (MHDS)
Affiliated Program: Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health (NNAMHS)
This Service: Mental Health Assessment, Medication and Counseling - NNAMHS Reno - Galletti
 
Taxonomy Postings
Posted to Categories: Adult Psychiatric Hospitals (RM-3300.6500-050)