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Behavioral Health

Have you been dismissing clinical depression as just a bad case of the blues? Do you suffer from crippling anxiety? Are you currently on medication for a long-term behavioral health issue but you’re concerned it’s no longer effective? Or perhaps you don’t have any of these issues but someone you love does, and you want to get them some help. The compassionate specialists in Behavioral & Mental Health at Community Memorial are available to provide treatment and understanding.

Is someone you care about experiencing severe emotional or behavioral distress, thinking about harming yourself or someone else, or having suicidal thoughts?

Are you, yourself, experiencing any of the above? If so, please call 911 for immediate medical care.

Outpatient Services

Our outpatient Behavioral & Mental Health services include the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of:

  • Anxiety
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Bipolar illness
  • Depression
  • Mood and thought disorders
  • Substance use disorder
  • Trauma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Dual-diagnosis

These services are available at select Community Memorial Health Center locations.

Inpatient Services

Community Memorial psychiatrists are on call 24/7 to support patients who are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicide attempt. They also assist with the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of people with behavioral health conditions while they are under our care.

While our hospitals do not offer hospitalization for mental or behavioral health diagnosis, we may treat, and stabilize patients in crisis. Our physicians and social services team members can assist in securing long-term placement and transportation for patients who need ongoing mental or behavioral health support.

Substance Use Navigator

The Community Memorial Substance Use Navigator is available to assist “dual diagnosis” patients–those suffering from both behavioral health issues and substance use disorder. Our Navigator can help patients secure additional resources and treatment following their evaluation and discharge from a Community Memorial location.