Our mental health professionals offer a safe environment for you to feel empowered, rebuild hope, and move forward.
You’ll work together with your provider to create a comprehensive treatment plan based on your situation and needs. Your plan may include a combination of traditional talk therapy, behavioral therapy, and/or medications and will continue to be reevaluated based on your current needs.
Outpatient therapy is available for all ages and no referral is required. Learn more about our Faith Regional Physician Services outpatient therapy and psychiatric services available throughout the region.
If you would best benefit from more intensive, specialized inpatient care, our Behavioral Health Unit offers a safe and structured environment for adults.
Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, techs, therapists, and social workers.
Interventions are designed to provide you with practical tools to manage your symptoms, equip you with coping abilities, and improve your problem-solving skills.
Is it right for me?
Inpatient behavioral health care may be right for you if you:
- are at risk of hurting yourself or others.
- are experiencing symptoms that make it difficult for you to care for yourself.
- need to be watched closely by your care team to help diagnose your condition.
- require close observation during medication adjustments.
It’s available on both a voluntary and involuntary basis.
During Your Stay
During your stay, you may participate in both group and individual therapies. You’ll work with our team of providers to create goals and establish a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. Your plan may include:
- Nutrition Education
- Relapse Prevention
- Social Skills Training
Recreation opportunities and spiritual care are also available.
Before you are discharged, our team will help coordinate community resources and aftercare services for continued support to help you continue to achieve your goals.