Behavioral Health Programs
Behavioral Health Treatments and Services
A Care Team Centered Around You
Crisis Intervention Social Workers
Your Crisis Intervention Social Workers plays a key role in your journey.
These team members provide support and guidance to patients in a mental health crisis. They also help patients transition back into the community safely after treatment.
Your Psychiatrist plays a key role in your journey.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor that specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. They assess the mental and physical aspects of behavioral health.
High quality care for patients, no matter where they are.
Bringing Specialists to our Community
We use telehealth technology to bring specialty knowledge to clinical teams, and provide access to care when, where, and how our patients need it.
Keeping Patients Close to Home
Intermountain Telehealth brings Intermountain’s world-class experts to patients, no matter where they are, so they can receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
For Healthcare Professionals
Our multi-disciplinary team-based care is patient centered to address the unique needs of each patient. Our team will work with you to develop a plan of care based on your needs including a medication assessment, physical assessment and individual group therapy and planning for discharge. Medication is an important part of treatment for most patients and we ensure that medication is only provided to the right person with the right medication. support from family engagement and different therapy options such as recreational therapy from professionals such as licensed clinical social workers to ensure high-quality treatment
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