at Hospital for Behavioral Medicine
Hospital for Behavioral Medicine has compassionate, skilled clinicians waiting for you to take the first step toward a life of wellness by making the first call.
Our clinicians are always available to discuss our programs, insurance and any questions about HBM.
Your call to us will be answered by a behavioral health professional and we will schedule a free, confidential assessment for you or your loved one. Before your assessment appointment, we will verify your insurance benefits, and we will review them with you at the time of your assessment.
If you are traveling a long distance we can discuss your insurance benefits over the phone prior to the assessment appointment. Hospital for Behavioral Medicine has compassionate, skilled clinicians waiting for you to take the first step toward a life of wellness by making the first call. Our clinicians are always available to discuss our programs, insurance and any questions about HBM.
Our assessment involves:
A free, confidential, face-to-face interview with no obligation.
A discussion of current issues you are having and their effect on those around you and your family.
An explanation of insurance benefits and the cost of treatment by a financial counselor.
A discussion of your recommended treatment plan with your clinician and your family.
After we determine the level of care you need together, you can enter a HBM program or we will provide you with resources in your community that can help you or your loved one with his or her behavioral health.
Our programs include:
- Women’s Connection
- Older Adult Psychiatry Program
- Adult Mental Health Program
- Child/Adolescent Mental Health Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Call us now if you or a loved one is suffering from:
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Suicidal thoughts
- Thoughts of harming others
- Bipolar disorder
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Delusional thinking
- Drug-induced psychosis
- Mental illness symptoms & dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Self-injurious behavior
- Feeling hopeless
- Postpartum depression