Locations

Ascension Columbia St. Mary's - Women's Medical Center

  • Hospital/Medical Center
  • Specialty Care
  • Mammography
Departments

Behavioral Health

Our care teams at Ascension Women’s Medical Center deliver behavioral and mental health care that’s right for you.

Treating behaviors that affect mental health

Behavioral health care teams diagnose and treat a wide range of mental illnesses at Ascension Women’s Medical Center. We care about how these disorders may affect physical and emotional health. Our care team offers programs to address complications linked to mental illness, including drug and alcohol addiction, family conflicts, and social isolation. We’re here to listen and understand.

Our doctors and care teams offer personalized, compassionate care for a wide range of behavioral health conditions. Together, we deliver a care plan that addresses prevention, interventions, treatments and recovery support services.

Behavioral health conditions and services

No matter what struggles you face, we’re here to offer hope and a commitment to helping you feel better. Our behavioral health services include treatments for, but not limited to:

At your first appointment, our care team does a behavioral and mental health assessment. We deliver personalized, compassionate care for your needs in a non-judgmental environment. Our care team listens to understand your concerns. Behavioral health conditions often affect the entire family physically and emotionally. Our team approach offers family-centered care and counseling.

Serious and complex health problems may affect your mental health and how you manage pain. Our care team helps patients who are hypersensitive to pain or who experience depression while recovering from heart surgery, intensive critical care or cancer therapy. We are sensitive to the needs of seniors and how aging and dementia may affect your mental and emotional health. Together, we deliver care that helps improve your quality of life.

For life-threatening medical emergencies involving suicidal thoughts, potential drug overdose or self-harm, go to the nearest ER and call 9-1-1.