Black Nurse Makes History with First Ever Mobile Tiny Home Psychiatric Clinic in Georgia

Meet Dr. Joanne McDougal Patterson, a trailblazing psychiatric nurse practitioner and entrepreneur who established the first-ever tiny home clinic in Metro Atlanta, revolutionizing mental health treatment. This ground-breaking program aims to deliver culturally competent mental healthcare to area populations.


The tiny house clinic provides a warm and inviting setting reminiscent of a home, enabling a pleasant environment for patients to get specialized treatment, particularly women and children. She also founded the ReLeaf Boutique, a mental wellness herbal apothecary that empowers people to take control of their mental health.


She provides virtual visits to people in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Florida, and Nevada in addition to her physical clinic. This virtual alternative ensures that no one is prevented from receiving the care they require due to distance or geography. To improve accessibility even further, the clinic accepts all commercial insurances, Maryland Medicaid, Georgia Medicaid, and self-pay options.


Dr. Joanne Psychiatry is a private clinic whose mission is to enhance access to mental health care and to serve the modern woman and her family with community and culturally relevant integrative psychiatric treatment.

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