Volume 15, Number 4
BHR Corporation Means Mental Health Services
Neisha Becton, CEO of BHR Corp., oversees her company’s
services to over 5,000 clients within Alameda County.
By Barbara Lewis
BHR Corporation is a behavioral healthcare management company that is committed to improving the quality of life for individuals and groups and assisting businesses that are in need of mental health services. Founded in 1999, BHR provides a full range of administrative and management services. The company’s corporate headquarters are located at 5674 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 116.
BHR Corp. strives to meet the varied needs of its healthcare customers with a wide range of services. Among them are clinical consultation for behavioral health services, performance improvement and risk management consultation, utilization management (tracking, appeal writing, and management, etc.), strategic market development, physician and clinical recruitment, perspective payment system, program assessment and management and employee education and training.
“We know that healthcare organizations face the ongoing challenges of increased demand for services, compliance and the need for quality employees,” says CEO Neisha Becton. “Our consultants use their training and expertise to help them be successful. We use a proactive approach in listening to our clients’ needs, identifying their challenges, providing strategic solutions and offering competitive pricing packages.”
Next door to its corporate offices is BHR’s newest center, Pathways to Wellness, which offers individual therapy for adults and children, family therapy and couples counseling and physician services.
“We offer private, professional services that are client centered, family focused and designed to achieve positive mental health outcomes for culturally diverse populations,” says CEO Neisha Becton. “Our primary goal is to make a significant and positive contribution to the Tri-Valley community by maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards and a firm dedication to sound business practices.
“We currently provide services to over 5,000 clients within Alameda County, accepting many insurance plans as well as private pay,” adds Becton. “Our Board-certified psychiatrists, nurses, licensed therapists and psychologists treat clients with anxiety, ADHD/ADD, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. We also offer addiction recovery and counseling and assistance with stress-related life challenges such as divorce, death, marital conflict, family issues and work.”
“We look forward to future collaboration with local businesses, hospitals and schools within Pleasanton and surrounding area,” concludes Becton. “Our services are ideal for individual clients as well as businesses’ EAP (Employee Assistance Program) efforts.”
In addition to its new Pleasanton location, BHR manages Pathways to Wellness medication clinics in Oakland, Union City and Long Beach and is on schedule to open a Martinez clinic this spring. The Hacienda facility is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Evening and Saturday services are available by appointment only. For more information or a free confidential intake session appointment, individuals and businesses may contact the Intake Department at (800) 975-7284.
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