MIND 24-7 offers urgent care for mental health

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Scottsdale-based MIND 24-7 offers mental health urgent care clinics to Arizonans.

The centers are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and they will assist every single person who comes through the door. This helps avoid ER visits by walking in and seeing a licensed mental health clinician immediately.

There is a team of physicians, licensed therapists, social workers, psych-trained nurses and behavioral technicians, all in one place. We talked to CEO and co-founder of MIND 24-7, Jeff Spight.

Back in April 2022, MIND 24-7 opened its third walk-in mental health facility in Arizona at 10046 North Metro Parkway in Phoenix. This new location will provide urgent care and crisis care services for children under the age of 18, with adult services being added.

There are two other MIND 24-7 facilities servicing the greater-Phoenix area.

The facilities do not require appointments, and their doors are open for walk-ins around the clock.

PHOENIX / CENTRAL
2728 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Services Available:
Youth Only
Psych Express & Psych Crisis

PHOENIX / MESA
1138 South Higley Road
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Services Available:
Youth and Adult
Psych Express & Psych Crisis
Progressions Program

PHOENIX / NORTH-CENTRAL
10046 North Metro Parkway
Phoenix, Arizona 85051
Services Available:
Youth (Adult coming soon)
Psych Express & Psych Crisis
Progressions Program

Click here for more information.

Jeff Spight, CEO and co-founder of MIND 24-7

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