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Behavioral Health & Therapy

Mental health issues may challenge you or a loved one in a variety of ways. Someone suffering from depression may have trouble with daily emotional and physical needs, while another person with panic attacks may become fearful in certain situations. Regardless, everyone with behavioral health challenges may feel helpless and hopeless at some time.

If you, a family member, or a friend have mental health challenges, it may be hard to think clearly, to manage emotions, and to interact with other people. Fortunately, there are ways that Benefit Health Behavioral Health Services can help.

Understanding Behavioral Health

When it comes to mental health diseases, stigma and lack of understanding often prevent people from getting the help they need. The best way to dispel myths about thought and mood disorders is to better understand them.

Mental health issues take many forms, but are generally divided into six categories:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Panic Disorder

How Benefit Health Can Help

If you face mental health issues, treatment and talking can help. Or if you are worried about someone you love, you may have questions.

Benefit Health Behavioral Health Services focuses on providing compassionate care, with the goal of helping patients cope in order to lead productive lives. Benefit Health provides mental health services regardless of a person's ability to pay. Our specialized staff includes:

  • board-certified physicians specializing in psychiatry
  • social workers
  • mental health therapists
  • psychologists
  • registered nurses
  • psychiatric technicians

Behavioral Health Programs at Mary Greeley

At Benefit Health, we offer:

  • Crisis assessment in the Emergency Department for patients experiencing acute mental health symptoms.
  • Adult Inpatient Services: Designed for adults 18 or older, the Benefit Health Adult Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit offers 24-hour nursing care in a secure, therapeutic environment.
  • Transitional Living Program: For adults 18 and older who face mental illness, the Benefit Health's Transitional Living Program offers community re-entry support services.

All three programs are certified by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations.


Care & Treatment

  • Behavioral Health & Therapy