Mental health disorders, such as Major Depression and Anxiety often go undiagnosed, untreated, misunderstood, stigmatized and dismissed. Mental health disorders are not only a personal struggle for the individual patient but also for the family members, as well as a public health issue. Left undiagnosed and untreated, mental health disorders can lead to increased hospital admissions, suicide attempts, incarcerations, loss of employment, disruption in family structure and overall decrease in quality of life. The purpose of this project was to improve treatment adherence, and decrease depressive and anxiety related symptoms for Acacia Wellness Center patients diagnosed with certain mood disorders by providing biweekly psychiatric house calls. This project focused on patients diagnosed with a mood disorder and who were actively being treated at Acacia Wellness Center in rural, Southwest Idaho. Evaluation included adherence to treatment plan which includes; adherence to prescribed medications, exercise, nutrition and sleep. Biweekly house calls were made to participants during a three month time period. At each visit, progress notes were used to document subjective and objective data as well as patient’s progress towards meeting treatment goals. Secondly, this project determined whether or not house calls improve symptoms associated with depression and anxiety based on the PHQ-9, GAD-7 and the Patients Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire given pre and post implementation of providing house calls.