The St. George Regional Behavioral Medicine Unit offers a therapeutic setting for treatment of such problems as acute depression, incapacitating anxiety and severe thought disorders. Programs are designed to offer short-term stabilization and treatment for adults in mental or emotional crisis. Adolescents may be admitted for evaluation with clinical director approval.
Mental health disorders strike millions of Americans each year, regardless of race, color, gender, age and socioeconomic status. Some disorders are mild, while others are more disabling and require intensive management and care. It is vital that Americans know that help is available. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), as many as eight in 10 people suffering from mental disorders can effectively return to normal, productive lives if they receive appropriate treatment. This treatment is readily available through our services.
Length of Stay
Duration of treatment in the inpatient unit ranges from 3-14 days, depending on the patient's response to treatment. The average length of stay is approximately four days.
Unit staff members are committed to care for all patients in an honest, confidential, cooperative and nonjudgmental way. The team of doctors, nurses, social workers, and counselors provides personalized care and treatment for each patient, and works closely with the patient's family and loved ones.