One in five people suffer from mental health problems, experiencing difficulty coping with everyday demands and disturbances in thought and behavior.
Thousands of people right here in the Tuscarawas Valley live with not just the symptoms, but also the stigma attached to mental illness. The Behavioral Health Center, located on the hospital campus, is here to help, offering encouragement, compassion and guidance in a supportive environment if you feel stressed out, depressed, anxious or isolated, or you have altered thinking, mood, or behavior, relationship distress or difficulty carrying out daily tasks.
The Behavioral Health Center meets the needs of adult residents who may be dealing with a full range of challenges from daily stress to personality disorders. Our professional staff will evaluate each person's unique struggles and design an individualized recovery process plan.
Our programs offer services for those diagnosed with:
- General anxiety.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder.
- Bipolar issues.
- Behavioral disorders.
- Panic disorder.
- Social anxiety.
- Other mental health-related problems.
- Nursing assessment, evaluation, and education.
- Psychiatrist evaluation and medication management.
- Group therapy, individual counseling and family sessions as needed.
- Community connections and discharge planning.
People who are acutely suicidal, addicted to drugs or alcohol, or potentially harmful to others will likely be referred to other appropriate resources.