It’s easy to feel lost when a loved one shows symptoms of
bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, severe depression or related
Akin Mental Health shows you the way, step-by-step. As a caring family member, you are a critical piece of your loved one’s recovery — we’ll show you how.
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Akin Mental Health provides services for anyone who cares for someone with a mental illness. You may be a daughter, son, mother, father, spouse, sibling, or friend.
No one should have to deal with a mental illness alone. Support from
family and friends is so important for recovery.
However, family and friends are so often in the dark. Not knowing how to help, or how to get support for their own struggles and stress. This purpose of Akin Mental Health is to empower the family support system so that everyone can recover together.
We do not provide medical, psychotherapy or other clinical services to those experiencing mental illness. Akin Mental Health services are designed for family and friends of someone experiencing mental illness. If you are a family or friend supporting a loved one with mental illness and also experience mental illness yourself, you may find our support group and resource offerings useful in your role as a supporter of your loved one.
No. Our Guides do not provide medical, psychotherapy, or other clinical services, nor do we provide advice on specific courses of treatment, medications, or products.
Akin Guides are family members, like you, with experience navigating care for loved ones with severe mental illness. We use a unique framework to help you uncover tools and resources relevant to your personal situation and relationship with your loved one.
Our pricing is designed to be flexible to your needs. Click here to find current pricing options.
Yes. Members can invite up to 3 guests to access all of the benefits of their membership.
Do you have any other questions or suggestions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.