If you or someone you love is struggling with emotional or behavioral health problems, it’s important to understand that these conditions are common, and many can be treated or managed effectively.
As many as one in five people experience behavioral health issues each year. We understand that no single approach works for everyone, which is why we offer a continuum of care to provide our patients with the chance to make educated decisions about what works for them. Treatments are created and managed by an interdisciplinary team of behavioral health and healthcare professionals.
We provide outpatient and inpatient treatment options for a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse and self-injury.
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We offer a comprehensive network of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health programs for adults and adolescents. Some of the behavioral health conditions we treat include:
Our behavioral health services are conducted by our caring, compassionate team, which includes:
Our behavioral health assessment is a free, confidential evaluation by a licensed professional who will recommend an appropriate level of behavioral health treatment. Same-day appointments can be scheduled in most cases.
Determining the right level of care (outpatient, inpatient or residential) is a three-part process that includes:
The complete assessment will last approximately two hours. Once the assessment is complete, you will receive a treatment recommendation that will best meet your needs.
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