Visitor guidelines: important updates
Our guidelines are designed to keep everyone safe while helping reduce the spread of COVID-19. All potential visitors must be screened and wear a mask. Learn more about our updated visitor guidelines.
Patients will experience a holistic approach to healing from mental health and substance abuse problems. We believe hope, healing, empowerment and connection make it possible to recover from severe depression, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders, substance abuse and self-destructive behaviors.
We specialize in individualized treatment for children and teens ages 5 to 18. We work closely with families in a safe, supportive environment to help young people better understand their actions, choices and emotions.
Patients struggling with anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa will find 3 levels of care: inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programming. Our multidisciplinary team addresses the physical and psychological challenges associated with eating disorders.
Adults struggling with chemical dependency can take advantage of a full range of evidence-based treatment options. Our team includes some of the area's leading addiction experts and certified chemical dependency counselors, who will design a personalized program for each client to encourage positive, long-term results.
This unique school is home to students who struggle in a traditional educational environment due to emotional or psychological disorders. School personnel work closely with our hospital staff to create personalized learning plans that complement the behavioral needs of each child.
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