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One in four Americans may experience depression, anxiety or another mental health issue at some point during their lives that can be helped with proper treatment.
If you or a loved one are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, contact your local crisis center, go to an emergency room for evaluation, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text #4HOPE to 741-741.
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If you or a loved one experience depression, anxiety or another mental or behavioral health condition, Adena Behavioral Health is here for you to offer help, healing and hope.
Adena Health System is a leading provider of behavioral health treatment in southern Ohio. We offer both inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services focusing on compassionate, holistic individualized treatment. Our behavioral health team can help diagnose and treat your condition with counseling, supportive services and medications designed to reduce symptoms and assist you in feeling like yourself again.
Even though others can’t see your pain, what you are experiencing is real. Our behavioral health experts can help diagnose and treat your condition psychologically and medically, all with respect and compassion for what you’re going through. offer treatment for a variety of mental health issues, including:
If you or a loved one are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, the Behavioral Access Center in the Emergency Room at Adena Regional Medical Center offers a safe sanctuary for immediate care. The skilled behavioral health staff will complete a thorough evaluation and collaborate with the psychiatrist to develop a plan of care.
If you need treatment in a structured setting to stabilize your symptoms during a short period of hospitalization, our inpatient behavioral health unit is here for you.
Our multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, licensed counselors and social workers, recreation therapist and skilled nurses will work closely with you and your support system to develop a plan of care for your individual needs. With an expert diagnosis and carefully developed and monitored treatment, we can help you cope and build a fulfilling life with your family, job and community.
Adena Regional Medical Center’s 14-bed Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit provides treatment for adults ages 18 and over who have a primary mental health diagnosis. Treatment includes:
Psychiatric assessment and evaluation – A thorough evaluation is completed once you’re admitted with daily updates.
Groups – Daily interactive and educational groups to promote recovery.
Education – Behavioral health conditions and treatment information for you and your support system.
Medication management – Evaluation and management of behavioral health-related medicine.
Discharge planning – Care team members work with to promote recovery after you leave the hospital.
If you come to our emergency department and are struggling with a substance abuse disorder, our EDINS coordinator can discuss what treatment options are available and will help coordinate your care based on your treatment decisions. You will also receive harm reduction kits, as well as substance abuse related resources to help you.
When you feel disconnected, it impacts every aspect of your health. The Adena Outpatient Counseling Center promotes a holistic and comprehensive approach to care for adults and children ages five and up without the need to stay at the hospital.
Medication management – Helping you understand your medication use and how to effectively use it to treat your symptoms.
Psychological services – Including psychological testing and counseling.
Counseling – Assisting with recovery and providing education on mental health issues
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