About 1 in 5 adults will experience a mental illness during his or her lifetime. If you’re suffering with a mental health issue or chemical dependency, know this: You are not alone. Individuals and families of all ages and from all walks of life face emotional distress, the burdens of life-altering circumstances, mental health issues and chemical dependency.
At Centura Health, we provide confidential, compassionate and professional care, individualized to address your unique needs. Our mental health specialists work closely with you and your loved ones to help you understand the behavioral health condition, what to expect and the pathway to improved health.
From individual and group counseling for adults, teens and children to inpatient addiction care, you’ll find the help you need at one of our locations that provide mental health treatment.
We’re proud to offer comprehensive treatment options for the full spectrum of mental health issues and disorders
- Anxiety and panic disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Eating disorders and self-esteem issues
- General mental health conditions
- Grief and loss
- Life changes
- Mood disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Perinatal and postpartum depression
- Substance abuse and chemical dependency issues
ECT can be a very effective treatment for people who are severely depressed, suicidal or have a bipolar disorder with depression or mania. At Porter Adventist Hospital, we believe in whole-person care that addresses each person’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. It’s this legacy of caring that provides the foundation of our comprehensive mental health services, including ECT for adults 19 years of age and older. It can be a lifesaving treatment for people who are:
- Unresponsive to other forms of treatment
- An immediate danger to themselves or others
- Not good candidates for antidepressants or mood stabilizer medication
The decision to pursue ECT as a treatment option is one that typically comes after much discussion and exploration of other therapies.
Our acute care unit provides psychiatric hospitalization for adults with severe mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, major depression and anxiety disorders.
Hospitalization includes an active treatment program using behavioral therapy groups, occupational and recreational therapy groups, nursing groups and one-on-one counseling. Each individual has a social worker who coordinates care and a psychiatrist who regularly consults on medication and all aspects of care. The average length of stay for most people is five to six days, depending on medical needs. Acute care hospitalization is offered at Porter Adventist Hospital.
Our geriatric psychiatric unit provides compassionate psychiatric hospitalization services to those who are 65 years of age and older. People can be treated for any number of acute or chronic psychiatric conditions, including severe depression/suicidality, anxiety, psychosis and bipolar disorder.
Knowing that many of our older patients will have chronic, and at times complex, medical problems, Porter Adventist Hospital medical staff will provide initial admitting history and physical admission and concurrent medical coverage, as needed, during the hospital stay.
This partial day treatment program at Porter Adventist Hospital consists of specialized group therapy sessions led by clinical therapists. This is a skills-based program, emphasizing the use of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
The IOP primarily serves people with mood and anxiety disorders, such as major depression, bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. The program also helps participants with other disorders such as schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder who are already stabilized on medication.
We provide a complete spectrum of outpatient mental health services at our convenient clinics using various evidence-based therapeutic approaches to help individuals find support and overcome obstacles.
- Individual and family counseling for adults, teens, and children is provided by licensed, masters-educated counselors specializing in family counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy and trauma therapy.
- Psychiatric medication management services for all ages.
Our intensive 12-week program provides comprehensive treatment for individuals with a pattern of substance abuse or chemical dependency. Our team of clinicians helps to identify specific individual, medical and psychological needs and facilitates a rehabilitation plan that leads participants to long-term recovery. The program uses evidence-based therapies, incorporating the 12 steps, dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Our mental health experts work collaboratively to provide compassionate, individualized care for each patient. Your care team may include:
- Board-certified psychiatrists who specialize in child, adolescent, adult and geriatric psychiatry
- Masters-educated and licensed psychotherapists, social workers and counselors
- Certified addiction counselors (Levels I, II and III)
- Registered nurses and medical assistants
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