Beyond Your Diagnosis is an independent non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of individuals, families, and communities affected by mental, behavioral, and substance use challenges.
Our team of experienced therapists offers tailored therapeutic services to help individuals overcome their unique challenges and lead fulfilling lives.
How do we work?
Beyond Your Diagnosis is comprised of a team of highly experienced clinicians who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the mental health field. With over 10 years of experience providing therapeutic services to individuals diagnosed with mental health disorders, our clinicians are dedicated to supporting clients, families, and communities in achieving their mental health goals.
Shaped by decades of experience within the mental health fields, within United States communities, we affect change by bringing together real-world solutions, policy expertise, sustainable financing, and collaborative partnerships.
Technology & Innovation
To make a lasting impact, we know that we must actively engage and include the communities we are seeking to help. We are continually learning and growing in how we show up as an authentic, ethical partner.
Finance & Investing
Utilizing and adapting technologies familiar to the developed world, we can provide individuals, hospitals, clinics, schools, and families services to improve lack of mental health providers
Partnering with Local Communities
By nurturing relationships with likeminded organizations and private individuals, we're able to unlock new sources of capital and scale up our work far beyond what traditional funding can do alone.
Self-payor is the option for families or clients to pay for their services without the assistance of funding from charities or grant sources obtained by B.Y.D.
Beyond Your Diagnosis provides a two-tier service that will correspond to admission to B.Y.D.
Assistance funding options are meant for lower- or middle-income families who cannot finance their treatments. There are more clients on the assistance funding option.
Due to the limited funding sources, an application for admission is needed.