Behavioral Health meets the medical needs of the community acting as a compass in patients’ lives and guiding them onto a healthier path. Services include:
- Adult Mental Health
Patients are placed on treatment programs using a variety of therapies to meet each patient’s specific needs coupled with comprehensive evaluations.
Adult Mental Health
The Adult Mental Health program is for adults ages 18 to 59 who are dealing with a mental illness. The program helps patients control their illness through life management skills, which lead to a happier more productive lifestyle. The program treats patients dealing with:
- Severe Anxiety
- Personality Disturbances
- Eating Disorders
- Bipolar Disorders
- Inability to function in daily living environments
All patients receive a comprehensive evaluation to determine the most effective method of treatment. Upon completion of the evaluation, an individualized treatment plan is developed and reviewed with the patient. Since each patient has differing strengths and weaknesses, a plan using a variety of therapies is implemented to most effectively treat patients and put them on a path toward a healthy lifestyle.
Referrals for admissions can be initiated by calling 330-841-9942. The department accepts both planned and emergency admissions.
The Geropsychiatric Program restores patients age 60 and over to optimum level of health and functioning while preserving the dignity of the patient and integrity of the family. The elderly are subject to a host of physical disorders, which can have severe psychological effects. The program addresses:
- Sleep Disorders
- Social Withdrawal
Patients receive a thorough evaluation by our team of staff and an individual treatment plan is developed. Therapy and treatment may include family and group therapy, expressive therapy, behavioral therapy, medication and education. The goal of the program is to restore patients to optimum mental and physical health.
Referrals for admission can be initiated by calling 330-841-9914. The department accepts both planned and emergency admissions.