LDS Hospital provides a broad range of behavioral health treatment options, from crisis management services, psychiatry services, inpatient medical detox, and Dayspring outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. 

We're dedicated to the physical, mental and behavioral health of our community and strive to make every resource available to diagnose, treat and help our patients through a full recovery.

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Avenues Psychiatry and Counseling

Learn more about the services and care offered at Avenues Psychiatry and Counseling located at Avenues Specialty Clinic.
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Access Center

The Behavioral Health Access Center at Intermountain LDS Hospital provides crisis treatment, observation, and fast access to mental health treatment.

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Inpatient Medical Detox

The Inpatient Medical Detoxification program at LDS Hospital provides short-term medical stabilization for patients suffering from chemical substance addiction.
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Inpatient Psychiatry

Inpatient Psychiatry care at LDS Hospital is managed by a multidisciplinary team consisting of the patient, psychiatrists, social workers/case managers, nurses, recreation therapists, patient care attendants, and other supporting hospital personnel.

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Electroconvulsive Therapy

ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) is a treatment that can give relief from depression, bipolar disorder, and some other mental illnesses.

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Supporting a Loved One with Mental Illness

Supporting a loved one with mental illness is full of challenges for many people. It is important to know that 1 in 3 people will struggle with mental illness in their lifetime. Those battling mental illness and those supporting loved ones will mental illness are not alone. 
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Recognizing Behavioral Issues

Nearly 54 million Americans suffer from some type of mental illness each year, and encouragement from loved ones often makes a huge difference. This encouragement often starts by recognizing the typical symptoms of behavioral issues.