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People spend far more time addressing their physical health than their mental health. We know that mental illness is more common than cancer, lung disease and heart disease combined. An untreated mental illness can complicate many minor and serious physical disorders. Mental illness is not a weakness or personality flaw. Anyone can be affected by mental illness, regardless of age, gender, race or status. When you or a family member needs help with a difficult emotional issue, Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare is the answer.

Affiliations

All programs operated by Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare are certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health. Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare is a member of the Alabama Council of Community Mental Health Boards (ACCMHB) and the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (NCCBH).

Mission Statement

To provide a consumer sensitive, outcome-oriented, behavioral healthcare system, open to affiliate with other organizations to deliver quality services.

Vision Statement

To provide a comprehensive, cost effective, multi-disciplinary array of quality behavioral healthcare services for the effective treatment and prevention of mental illness and substance abuse, and to be recognized as the best provider of behavioral healthcare in our market area.

Guiding Values

*To treat our customers in a manner in which we would like to be treated.

*To be honest, forthright, and respectful with everyone.

*To be totally committed to excellence in all that we do.

*To continuously improve our work performance and the effectiveness of the services provided.

*To actively seek opportunities and initiate ideas to expand and secure the organization's growth and development.

*To work diligently and accurately so as to assure quality outcome and cost effectiveness.

*To create a work environment that encourages communication, participation, and creative thinking by all employees.

*To recognize the purpose of the organization as a whole as being more important than any given part or specific program.

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Welcome to Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare