Behavioral Health

We provide both inpatient and outpatient care for a number of mental illnesses and conditions. Singing River’s Behavioral Health is dedicated to administering the best evidence-based mental health treatments in a safe and healthy environment.

Singing River Health System’s Behavioral Health Services offers physician-supervised inpatient and outpatient programs tailored to the needs of those requiring mental health treatment and support.

Conditions & Treatments

Behavioral Health Services provides treatment for, but not limited to:

Suicidal Thoughts
Anxiety Disorders
Mood Swings
Behavioral Disturbances
Pediatric Health
Substance Abuse
Mental Trauma
Emotional Trauma
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Complex Psychiatric Disorders
Dementia & Alzheimer’s disease
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Treatments for various mental conditions and disorders vary from diagnosis to diagnosis and in terms of severity. Treatments we specialize in include:

Psychiatric Evaluations
Medical Evaluations
Behavior Modification
Parent Management
Substance Abuse Education
Individual and Family Therapy
Medication Management
Group Psychotherapy
EMDR Trauma Therapy
ECT Therapy

Types of Care

Outpatient Behavioral Health Care

See our behavioral and mental health professionals on an outpatient basis for medication, counseling, and more.

Inpatient Behavioral Health Services

While many mental health problems can be resolved through outpatient programs, some require immediate attention and may require hospitalization. Any person who presents a danger to himself or others should consider hospitalization.

Emergency Mental Health Care

If you are currently in the midst of a mental health crisis, dial 988 to receive immediate support anywhere in the United States.

Are you or someone you care about having a mental health crisis? Learn how to get help through our Crisis Intervention Program.

Make an Appointment

Referrals and Assessments

Referrals to Behavioral Health Services may be made by physicians, nurses, family members, clergy, nursing and assisted living homes, social workers, law enforcement, or others concerned about the welfare of an individual.

Individuals may also inquire about the program on their own behalf.

All patients are assessed by a psychiatrist and mental health professional as part of the admissions process.