Outpatient Behavioral Health

More than half of all Americans will experience mental health issues in their lifetime.

Sometimes we cannot see the pain and troubles that others are feeling, but we can see the signs. More than half of all Americans will experience mental health issues in their lifetime. Most often these issues arise within our elderly loved ones. Look for the signs and when behavioral health troubles hit close to home, seek compassionate and professional help that is close to home.

 

• Patients admitted attend up to 4 days of treatment per week
• 2 Psychotherapy groups
• 1 Nurse Education group
• 1 Activity group

 

Look for symptoms or lifestyle changes that may indicate a need for a referral.
Learn the warning signs:

• Changes in appetite
• Extreme fluctuation in weight
• Feelings of worthlessness
• Suicidal thoughts
• Difficulty concentrating
• Hallucinations
• Fatigue and loss of energy
• Disorientation
• Depressed or irritable mood
• Memory loss
• Increased social withdrawal or reworded
• Loss of interest in appearance
• Anxiety
• Paranoia
• Stress or confusion

 

Medicare and Private Insurance accepted

Referrals
Call Monroe Regional Outpatient Behavioral Health to arrange a confidential assessment. We receive referrals from physicians, nurses, home health agencies, nursing homes, senior living centers, family members and even self-referrals. If you or a loved one needs professional care please contact us. A confidential assessment can be made in the person’s home or our facility, at no charge. Rest easy knowing compassionate and professional help is available close to home.

Intake Coordinator
662-319-8990
Referral Fax Line
662-319-8922