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Behavioral Health

Covenant Health leads our region in providing comprehensive treatment for mental and emotional problems, including depression, anxiety and substance abuse.

Mental illness can affect people of any age, gender or background, and sadly, many who suffer do not seek treatment. Our Behavioral Health Services offer patients and their families the latest treatments and emotional support. The program includes adult inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization treatments.

The multidisciplinary treatment team approach addresses all aspects of a patient's health. This unique, total health care environment includes medical and surgical services in addition to behavioral care.

Covenant's Behavioral Health Services are designed to restore lives and put families back together. For more information, call 1.800.972.7575. Confidentiality is assured.

Resources for Parents Dealing With Mental Illness

As parents, raising a child with mental illness can leave parents feeling fearful. Click here for answers to questions frequently asked by parents of a child with mental illness.

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