Mental Health Treatment

in San Bernardino

Outpatient Mental Health Treatment in San Bernardino, California

Open 24 Hours

About Into The Light

Located in the heart of San Bernardino, California, this vibrant city with its diverse population is a place where people come together to support one another. Amidst this backdrop, Into the Light offers a helping hand to men struggling with mental health challenges like anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, and more. Imagine a place where empathy and understanding prevail, where men seeking mental health support can find solace and guidance. Into the Light is that place. They offer personalized care plans and group classes geared towards improving essential life skills like communication, critical thinking, goal setting, self-esteem, and building healthier relationships. It’s a haven of hope in the bustling community of San Bernardino, where the human touch is at the core of healing.


At Into the Light, our commitment to providing compassionate and effective outpatient mental health treatment for men in San Bernardino is unwavering. We understand that mental health concerns can affect every aspect of one’s life, and we offer a comprehensive range of services to address various challenges. Our services are thoughtfully designed to cater to the unique needs of men seeking support and healing on their mental health journey.

In addition to our diverse treatment options, we also provide various therapy modalities, including Job Support, Psychiatry, Talk Therapy & Counseling, Trauma Therapy, Developmental Trauma, Clinical Support, and Life Coaching. At Into the Light, we prioritize creating a safe and nurturing environment where individuals can openly address their mental health concerns, find support, and work towards personal growth and well-being. Our dedicated team is here to empower men in San Bernardino on their path to recovery and renewed mental wellness, guiding them toward a brighter and healthier future.

Mental Health Services We Offer:

Mental Health Treatment

Depression Treatment

PTSD Treatment

Bipolar Disorder Treatment

OCD Treatment

Personality Disorder Treatment

Anxiety Treatment

Adult ADD/ADHD Treatment

Trauma-Informed Care

Eating Disorders Treatment

Insomnia Treatment

Schizophrenia Treatment

Domestic Violence Treatment

Grief Counseling

Anger Management

LGBTQ+ Mental Health

Psychosis Treatment

Mood Disorder Treatment

And Many More

40% of men Have Never Spoken To Anyone

about their mental health

Frequently Asked Questions

What is mental health treatment, and who can benefit from it?

Mental health treatment refers to a range of therapeutic interventions and support services aimed at improving an individual’s emotional and psychological well-being. It is not limited to those with diagnosed mental disorders; anyone experiencing emotional distress, life challenges, or seeking personal growth can benefit from mental health treatment. This includes individuals with conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and those dealing with stress, grief, relationship issues, or personal development goals. Find your nearest Into the Light mental health treatment center in San Bernardino, California to get help today.

What types of professionals provide mental health treatment?

Mental health treatment is delivered by various qualified professionals, including:

  • Psychiatrists: Medical doctors specializing in mental health, often prescribing medication and therapy.
  • Psychologists: Trained in psychotherapy and psychological assessment but do not prescribe medication.
  • Licensed Counselors and Therapists: Offer various types of therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), talk therapy, and more.
  • Social Workers: Provide therapy and connect individuals with community resources.
  • Psychiatric Nurses: Assist in medication management and therapy.
  • Peer Support Specialists: Individuals with lived experience of mental health challenges who provide support and guidance.
  • Choosing the right mental health professional depends on individual needs, diagnosis, and preferences.
How long does mental health treatment typically last?

The duration of mental health treatment varies widely. It depends on factors like the individual’s condition, treatment goals, and response to therapy. Some people may find relief and meet their goals in a few sessions, while others may require ongoing support over several months or even years. Treatment plans are often assessed and adjusted as needed to ensure effectiveness.

What are the different types of therapy available for mental health treatment?

There are numerous therapeutic approaches tailored to different needs and preferences. Some common types include:

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviors.
  • Dialectical-Behavior Therapy (DBT): Helps manage intense emotions, particularly in individuals with borderline personality disorder.
  • Psychodynamic Therapy: Explores unconscious thoughts and feelings that influence behavior.
  • Family Therapy: Addresses issues within the family system.
  • Group Therapy: Provides support and skills development in a group setting.
  • Mindfulness-Based Therapies: Incorporate mindfulness techniques to manage stress and improve mental well-being.
  • Exposure Therapy: Treats anxiety disorders by gradually exposing individuals to feared situations or objects.

The choice of therapy depends on the individual’s specific needs and the therapist’s expertise.

Is medication a part of mental health treatment?

Medication is often a component of mental health treatment, especially for conditions like depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who can prescribe and manage medications. Medication may be used alone or in combination with therapy to manage symptoms and improve an individual’s mental health.

How can I access mental health treatment, and is it covered by insurance?

Accessing mental health treatment can be done through several avenues:

  • Private Practitioners: You can seek out individual therapists, psychologists, or psychiatrists in private practice. Check if they accept insurance or offer sliding-scale fees based on income.
  • Community Mental Health Centers: Many communities have public or nonprofit centers offering affordable or sliding-scale services.
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs): Some employers offer EAPs that provide access to mental health services for employees.
  • Teletherapy: Online therapy platforms and telehealth services have expanded access to mental health treatment, especially for those with limited mobility or in remote areas.

Regarding insurance coverage, many health insurance plans include mental health services as part of their coverage. The extent of coverage may vary, so it’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your benefits and any potential out-of-pocket costs. Additionally, there are laws like the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act in the United States that require insurance plans to provide equal coverage for mental health and physical health services.



101 E. Redlands Blvd., Suite 170E Redlands, CA 92373

Business Hours

We are Open
24 Hours