Franciscan Health provides a full spectrum of behavioral health services, including adult and adolescent treatments in psychiatric and psychological disorders, substance abuse and addiction, family conflicts, and more.
Complete Care for Behavioral Health (Mental Health)
We believe in treating the whole individual: mind, body and spirit. All of our behavioral health services are tailored to each patient’s needs and designed specifically to address the unique issues of any age - adults, adolescents and children. Aftercare and long-term recovery programs are additional, critical aspects of our behavioral health services.
Your behavioral health team
We have refined an interdisciplinary team approach to treatment for behavioral health and mental health disorders. Behavioral health professionals at Franciscan Health - psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced practice nurses, psychiatric therapists, licensed clinical social workers, advisors trained in behavioral health, certified addiction counselors, outpatient therapists, recreational therapists and nursing professionals - all work together to treat mental illness and promote emotional wholeness and good psychological health.
Behavioral health services
Approximately one in five adults experience a mental health issue and one in 10 young people have experienced a period of major depression. Family difficulties, career pressures or even a single traumatic event can impact your behavioral health. A person in crisis may experience anxiety, depression, thought disturbances, loss of self-worth or, in extreme situations, contemplation of self-destructive behaviors.
Many people dealing with mental health issues can get better. The first step is getting help. If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms or issues, talk to your doctor – ask them to connect you with our experts in behavioral health:
- Anxiety disorders
- Marital/couple discord
- Substance abuse/addictions
- Grief and loss issues
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Personality disorder
- Anti-social disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Poor self-esteem & lack of motivation
- Eating disorders
- School-related problems
- Family conflict
- Parenting concerns