Diana Baldwin Mental Health Clinic

The Diana Baldwin Mental Health Clinic provides culturally competent behavioral health services that address the psychological, social and emotional needs of every patient. If you are currently experiencing any of the following: Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Anger Management, Family/ Relationship problems, the Diana Baldwin Mental Health Clinic may be the right place for you.

Our Services

  • Individual Therapy
  • HIV and Trauma Informed Therapy 
  • Women & Men’s Support Groups for people living with HIV
  • Referral Coordination

Our Therapeutic Approach

We believe that each individual is unique and has the potential to achieve a fulfilling and rewarding life. We realize there is no right way to go through a life – only your way. Therapy can help you develop the skills and attitudes you need to create a better today and tomorrow. 

Our Treatment Team

Our outpatient mental health clinic is staffed by Licensed Clinical Social Workers who are committed to providing an integrated, holistic approach to therapeutic intervention.

All patients are served regardless of their ability to pay. We accept both Medicaid and Medicare.

Program Information

  • Location: 1211 Chestnut Street, Suite 605, Philadelphia, PA 19107

  • Phone: 215-525-8657

  • Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Closed daily for lunch from 12pm-1pm.

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Annette B. Gadegbeku, MD

Annette B. Gadegbeku, MD

Annette B. Gadegbeku, MD is Director of Adult Medicine at John Bell Health Center and Jonathan Lax Treatment Center of Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers. Dr. Gadegbeku is a Family Medicine Physician who specializes in primary care for all ages (from pediatrics to geriatrics)!

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Dr. Mario Cruz

Dr Cruz with PatientDr. Cruz is a board-certified pediatrician who serves as the Medical Director for our Pediatrics and Adolescent Health Center. He has presented and/or published in the fields of community violence and domestic violence prevention, quality improvement, behavioral health, curriculum development, and mentorship.

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