Transforming Behavioral Health Care Management

February 4, 2019

Behavioral health conditions affect a significant percentage of the country’s population. In 2016, 44.7 million adults in the United States (18.3% of those aged 18 or older) had a mental illness, and 20.1 million (7.5% of those aged 12 or older) had a substance use disorder. Roughly 8.2 million adults had both. Despite this prevalence, many remain undiagnosed or unable to obtain appropriate care.

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Heritage Assisted Living

We ensure full time nursing staff and round-the-clock Resident Assistants to provide assistance with day-to-day tasks such as bathing, personal hygiene, medication, and health planning. We specialize in Memory Care to meet the unique needs of residents with dementia, Alzheimer's disease and other memory impairments. We offer Respite Care, short-term stays for seniors who may require help after a hospital visit, during an illness or when family members need a break; working with hospice and other providers, we make it possible for our residents with end-of-life needs to receive high-quality hospice care. Each room has a private bath, a call light in the room and bathroom, full housekeeping, supply of bed linen and toiletry items; we provide full utilities and have hookups for telephone and cable in each room.

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