Located in Albany and Poughkeepsie, New York, we offer a wide range of mental health services.
Every person is unique. That’s why we begin with a thorough assessment, then develop a customized, team approach to address your individual needs using proven therapies. Our professional staff members provide a full range of mental health services with areas of specialty including but not limited to eating disorders, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and trauma as well as ADHD.
Specifically designed to treat eating disorders, our LiveWell program has an impressive track record.
Our LiveWell program – an intensive outpatient treatment program – offers a highly individualized approach to address every aspect of the patient’s eating disorder. Intensive outpatient therapy allows you to remain here in the Capital Region, living at home and going to work or school, while in treatment at HPA/LiveWell – instead of needing to go away from home and stay in a facility. Our approach is particularly effective because you meet your illness head-on, where you live and with the support of family and friends.
Take control now; let us help you achieve recovery and wellness.
If you or a loved one is facing a mental illness, you don’t have to face it alone. At HPA/LiveWell, we treat a wide variety of psychological issues using the latest, proven treatments. Our shared goal is for you to achieve wellness.
Partners with the Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders
HPA/LiveWell works in collaboration with the Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders of Northeastern New York, at Albany Medical College. The mission of the center is to serve those individuals affected by the complex issues associated with eating disorders by providing expert treatment and a seamless continuum of care so that each individual is given the opportunity to heal the body, mind, and spirit.
Don’t spend another day battling your illness alone.
Call us at 518-218-1188. And please don’t wait.
Don’t Face Your Illness Alone
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