Behavioral Health, Urgent care

Behavioral Health – Private Consultations Available

New patients may click the links above to complete their initial online registration Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CT. After completing the registration, your first appointment will be scheduled at a convenient time.

Current patients may click the links above to check-in for their scheduled at-home appointment up to an hour in advance. If you have any questions or trouble registering, please call us at (855) 560-4999.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 9-1-1.

What is Behavioral Health?

At Fast Pace Health, psychiatric nurse practitioners, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed professional counselors offer outpatient care to patients of all ages with behavioral health issues like major depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders. Coming to Fast Pace Health can be a patient’s first step towards treatment and productive years of life.

Behavioral health issues affect up to 1 in 5 individuals in the United States (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) and can be severely disabling.

How does Fast Pace Health approach treatment?

Currently, there are many challenges to providing behavioral health care in rural America. At Fast Pace Health, our involvement in the communities we serve is at the heart of our mission. We see these challenges and barriers and are developing innovative programs and care delivery models to offer services to those with behavioral health issues. Our team of providers aims to disseminate education, information, and care to those in need in the communities we serve.

Nikita Duke, DNP, PMHNP-BC Director of Behavioral Health Fast Pace Health
When are consultations available?

Consultations held by appointment on weekdays. In terms of accessibility, rural residents typically face long travel distances, a lack of providers, a lack of anonymity, and limited care options to meet their behavioral health needs. Fast Pace Health has a physical presence in many rural communities, offers a differential level of anonymity, and provides a safe, at-home or in-clinic, environment for our patients to consult with their providers. Our in-house staff can help arrange consultations and appointments with the Behavioral Health team.

Appointments are held in the comfort and convenience of our patient’s homes, or in a private exam room at one of our clinics, and conducted in a professional manner. Sessions are held via telehealth with a provider or can be held in person with a live provider in select clinic locations. Our providers offer an effective and standardized behavioral health treatment strategy with easy access to care.

Is insurance accepted for consultations? What if I don’t have insurance?

For many years, rural America has been underserved for behavioral health needs. Fast Pace Health will provide behavioral health care through accessibility, availability, and acceptability. Click your state below for more information on insurance coverage options.

Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi

For Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi patients, Fast Pace Health accepts most major insurances and offers a self-pay option. More information regarding self-pay pricing is listed below.


For Alabama patients, Fast Pace Health continues to add new coverage options—offering Medicare, some commercial insurance coverage, and a self-pay option. More information regarding self-pay pricing is listed below. Fast Pace Health will provide updates regarding accepted insurances as they become available.

Students with questions regarding accepted insurance, pricing or payment information, should first contact UNA Health Services for additional information.

The Simple Self-Pay Program allows behavioral health patients to pay $135 for initial visits and $80 for each follow-up service. Consultations can take place on a recurring schedule as deemed needed for each sustainable care strategy.

We use psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and counseling to provide for adult, children, and adolescent patient-centered care.

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