About Us


It’s our goal to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we’ll work to achieve the goal together.


To offer services to our customers in the most efficient format possible.


We recognize you as an individual and as such we will make sure that all our services are customized recognizing your individuality and independence.


Panacea Alliance started as the psychiatric practice of Dr. Eneida Gomez. With time, we understood the importance of behavioral health in our current society for which a decision to expand the Practice was considered.

COVID 19 also presented its set of challenges and opportunities which we embraced by adding telemedicine and expanding our team of Providers.

Mental Health America (MHA), the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness, key findings for 2021 showed:

  • Youth mental health is worsening. 9.7% of youth in the U.S. have severe major depression, compared to 9.2% in last year’s dataset. This rate was highest among youth who identify as more than one race, at 12.4%.
  • Even before COVID-19, the prevalence of mental illness among adults was increasing. In 2017-2018, 19% of adults experienced a mental illness, an increase of 1.5 million people over last year’s dataset.
  • Suicidal ideation among adults is increasing. The percentage of adults in the U.S. who are experiencing serious thoughts of suicide increased 0.15% from 2016-2017 to 2017-2018 – an additional 460,000 people from last year’s dataset.
  • There is still an unmet need for mental health treatment among youth and adults. 60% of youth with major depression did not receive any mental health treatment in 2017-2018. Even in states with the greatest access, over 38% are not receiving the mental health services they need. Among youth with severe depression, only 27.3% received consistent treatment. 23.6% of adults with a mental illness reported an unmet need for treatment in 2017-2018. This number has not declined since 2011.
  • The percentage of adults with a mental illness who are uninsured increased for the first time since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Nationally, 10.8% are uninsured, totaling 5.1 million adults. This figure differs dramatically across states – in New Jersey (ranked #1) 2.5% of adults with AMI are uninsured, compared to 23% in Wyoming (ranked #51).

Based on those statistics and our own experience, we understand that our community needs us and that not only do we have an obligation to continue to grow, but also to ensure we adopt platforms that allow our customers to receive services on a timely basis.