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Where do I go to get diagnosed with bipolar disorder with no insurance? I make too much $ to qualify for assistance. I know i need help though.

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Mental Health

You can check with mental health america for services near you: http://www.
Nmha.Org/go/find_therapy also the national alliance on mental illness might be able to provide information: http://www.Nami.Org/ you may or may not have bipolar disorder, but help can be provided.

In brief: Mental Health

You can check with mental health america for services near you: http://www.
Nmha.Org/go/find_therapy also the national alliance on mental illness might be able to provide information: http://www.Nami.Org/ you may or may not have bipolar disorder, but help can be provided.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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Dr. Alan Cohen
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: BAD

You may also try a nearby medical school with a psychiatry residency, for a sliding scale fee to get evaluated, most counties , at least in california, have mental health services for uninsured.
They would assess your need and ability to pay. Then they may refer you to county treatment or community providers who accept fees you can handle.

In brief: BAD

You may also try a nearby medical school with a psychiatry residency, for a sliding scale fee to get evaluated, most counties , at least in california, have mental health services for uninsured.
They would assess your need and ability to pay. Then they may refer you to county treatment or community providers who accept fees you can handle.
Dr. Alan Cohen
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