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Center for Behavioral Health

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View a list of the diseases and conditions we treat in our Center for Behavioral Health.
Programs & Services
Programs and services offered for adults and children in psychiatry, psychology, alcohol and drug recovery and neuropsychology.
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Appointments
Inpatient admissions, outpatient clinics and intensive outpatient program information including, contact information for referring physicians.
Research & Clinical Trials
Center for Behavioral Health's current research, clinical trials and information on the MEDALS program.
Patient Education
Find patient and caregiver resources including, frequently asked questions and a glossary.
For Medical Professionals
Apply to one of the Center for Behavioral Health's residencies, fellowships or medical student programs.

Patient Resources

Cleveland Clinic Appointment Reminders Now Available Via Text

Want to get a reminder about your next appointment via text? Now you can. Patients can enroll to receive a text message reminder the day before their appointment.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Enroll by simply texting "4clinictext" to 622622.
  • Your cell phone number must be registered with a Cleveland Clinic Appointment Representative. To confirm, please call 216.444.2273.
  • Patients can opt in or out at any time.
  • You must be 18 years or older to receive the text reminder

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