Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare delivers high-quality treatment in Atlanta-area communities, making recovery more accessible for clients and their families. The more a treatment program engages the family or support system, the better the outcome for the client.
We also believe that our IOP, PHP and OP programs offer value in helping clients pursue change in meaningful ways. Our team has encountered many families who sometimes wait too long to seek help, allowing behavioral health challenges to worsen and impact life in a variety of negative ways. We advocate for a proactive approach to any behavioral health challenges you or a loved one might face.
Our Founding Principles
Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare wants to serve as your advocate in health and healing. We operate behind a series of founding principles. These include:
- Identifying areas of unmet need and populations that have fewer options;
- Establishing programs that fill the missing points along the continuum of care when services are either not available or not accessible, improving both outcomes and home/community reintegration;
- Enhancing collaboration and integration with existing treatment providers for continuity of care to sustain or build upon gains made in treatment;
- Providing more robust treatment for the family system and not focusing just on the “identified client”;
- Improving the satisfaction of the client, the family, and the clinical professional with the quality and the delivery of services;
- Developing services that are tailored to the individual’s stage of development or life-stage for both more effective programming and a more cohesive treatment peer group;
- Operating a value-based model rather than a volume-based model, the latter of which results in higher case-loads, generic programming, and less conducive therapeutic environments;
- Offering a more holistic or integrative treatment model;
- Coordinating decision-making between the client, the family, and the treatment team;
- Encouraging recognition of value by the consumer, whether the client or the family;