"Leaders in behavioral health solutions that leave consumers feeling empowered and involved in the treatment process."
AprilMay is implicitly revolutionizing behavioral health services, by enhancing our capabilities with our mobile telehealth technology. The telehealth platform is intended to augment support services such as crisis intervention, counseling, skill building, prevention, and supportive services. While not all services are delivered at a distance, an array of services are delivered in natural settings fostering strong partnerships with consumers, families, and community support systems.
Our guiding principles are our increase our partners capacity to offer quality competent care by way of:
Utilizing innovation to expand treatment and support services to make consumers feel empowered and involved in the treatment process.
Providing convenient treatment options that can be accessed in a familiar environment for greater consumer engagement and follow-up care.
Collaboration amongst primary and specialty care providers, community and faith based services for greater treatment options for individuals in the behavioral health system.
Our mission is to work with consumers to stabilize psychological conditions, achieve treatment milestones and learn illness management. In addition to our mission, our core objective is to:
Increase integration between physical and behavioral health services
Decrease consumers reliance on crisis/acute services as the primary point of care
Increase coordination to bridge fragmented and uncoordinated service delivery systems
Increase prevention, early intervention, treatment, and community supports to reduce overutilization of high cost services
The intuitive mobile health platform emphasizes a holistic manner of care that promotes collaboration, accountability and fidelity to ensure we have the ideal fit for consumers. Our growing network of licensed/certified behavioral health professionals are comprised of psychologists, behavioral analysts, professional counselors, social workers and qualified paraprofessionals. The inclusion of the online platform in our service model abandons the silos perspective in patient care. Instead, it aids in the evolution of a behavioral health system where integrated care for both behavioral health and physical health needs represent the standard of routine care.