You don’t have to struggle through mood swings and depression on your own. With help from Meridian HealthCare, you can learn to handle common daily life stressors and recognize the warning signs and symptoms of depression.
Our counselors and mental health professionals provide patient-centered, individual counseling, and come up with a treatment plan inclusive of a level of care that is specific to the problems you’re facing. They are trained in an evidence-based therapy that can positively impact many types of mental illnesses and a variety of concerns:
- Mood Disorders
- Adjustment Difficulties
- Anxiety Disorders (Panic Disorders)
- Phases of Life Issues
- Birth of a Child
- OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
- PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
*If you are experiencing a health crisis, call 911.
Finding a Trusted Therapist in Canfield…
Treatment options are different for everyone. Meridian’s health providers deliver the best in psychotherapy, also commonly referred to as talk therapy, giving you insight and knowledge to cope and better manage stress (without the side effects of mood stabilizers or anti-anxiety medications). Our experienced mental health specialists have your well-being in mind and work with you so that you feel comfortable and confident at every session.
No physician referral is needed to utilize the mental health center services through Meridian – individuals can be self-referred or referred by family members, friends, community organizations or other Meridian programs.
Does Insurance Cover Counseling Costs?
Meridian HealthCare accepts Medicaid, private insurance, and self-pay (which is based on a sliding scale according to your income) for mental health counseling services. There is also a limited amount of funds available for patients without a payer source, based on their location.
Mental Health and How It Relates to Substance Abuse
Addressing mental health conditions sometimes involves confronting substance use disorders, as well. Meridian’s treatment programs are designed to address the entire individual with support services to ensure total wellness.
We are proud to provide individual counseling and care services to anyone who needs assistance in coping with a life stressor. Our substance abuse treatment options and recovery programs are designed to be unique for each individual, no matter their age or circumstance.
True health means having hope for a better tomorrow, and the counselors/staff at Meridian are ready to help you find your path to wellness.
Call Meridian HealthCare’s Behavioral Health Services Today!
Whether you’re seeking one-on-one counseling, family therapy, group discussions or telehealth services, Meridian HealthCare is here for you! We are proud to be the area’s premier integrated health system for behavioral health services, primary care, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture and addiction recovery services.
Accredited by the Joint Commission, one of the most respected names in healthcare, Meridian works to continuously evolve as the concept of integrative care becomes the benchmark for healthcare providers worldwide.
Whether you’re searching for a primary care doctor, dual diagnosis management, medication-free pain relief, or a listening ear for yourself or a loved one, Meridian HealthCare is here! The power of care is nothing without hope. And every service we offer is created with true healing in mind. Find YOUR hope at Meridian.
Is Canfield Ohio a good place to live?
Canfield is in Mahoning County and is one of the best places to live in Ohio. Living in Canfield offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Canfield and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Canfield are highly rated.
Is Canfield Ohio safe?
Canfield is safer than the majority of cities, towns, and villages in America (77%) and also has a lower crime rate than 70% of the communities in Ohio, according to NeighborhoodScout’s analysis of FBI crime data.
How did Canfield Ohio get its name?
The Township was originally called Campfield; on April 15, 1800 it was voted to be called Canfield, in honor of Judson Canfield. Canfield’s first settlers arrived shortly after surveying was initiated in 1798. Most of them came from Connecticut.
Directions From Canfield, Ohio to Meridian Healthcare
- Get on OH-11 N (1.9 mi)
- Continue on OH-11 N to your destination in Austintown. Take exit 2 from I-680 S (8.8 mi)
- Turn right onto N Meridian Rd (0.6 mi)