Here to help you during life’s difficult moments
Feelings of anxiety, stress and depression can be common when you’re faced with life’s difficult moments; however, if these feelings don’t go away after a short period of time, they could become a burden on your daily life. If you suffer from behavioral health issues like these, the experts at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center can help.
To use our 24-hour access program designed to assess your needs and connect you with the appropriate care, call toll-free:
If you think you may hurt yourself or someone else, call:
immediately or go the nearest emergency room!
We understand the challenges that adults and seniors face when living with a behavioral health issue. Our recovery-oriented care uses an individualized approach to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical, psychological, psychosocial and recreational behavioral conditions. Our treatment team will put you on a path to wellness with the care and support needed to live a normal and productive life. We offer these behavioral health services:
- Inpatient treatment – Our short-term treatment programs work closely with you to identify and stabilize behavioral health issues and help you transition back to work, family and community life. Depending on your needs, you will be provided care in one of two units: the therapeutic community unit or the intensive management unit.
- Outpatient treatment – Our outpatient care team specializes in stabilizing emotional distress to avoid escalation or psychiatric symptoms. We offer group therapy and educational groups on topics like anxiety management, self-esteem, stress management, grief and loss.
Children and adolescent programs
Treating children and adolescents with behavioral health issues requires compassionate care that is built around their unique needs. Our children’s treatment team uses family involvement and individualized care to provide treatment for a wide range of medical, psychological, psychosocial and recreational needs. We are committed to helping children and adolescents develop into healthy adults. We offer these child behavioral treatments:
- Inpatient treatment – Our short-term inpatient treatment program specializes in the recovery of children age 7 to age 17. The program is designed to rapidly identify your child’s key issues and partner with your family to identify treatment strategies. Services are provided by experienced child and adolescent psychiatrists in a safe, child-friendly environment.
- Partial hospitalization – Our partial hospitalization staff specializes in working with your child if they require less intensive treatments than the inpatient level. Partial hospitalization enables the individuals to attend the program during the weekday and return home for nights and weekends, while continuing to practice some of the skills they are learning.
- Presbyterian Academy – We offer a private, fully-licensed school located on the campus of our hospital. The school enables children in our inpatient or partial hospitalization programs to continue their studies while receiving treatment. We coordinate closely with your child’s school to ensure that he or she stays current with their studies.
In addition to our hospital-based services, we also offer outpatient psychiatric services for children and adults. Services include inpatient and outpatient treatment of anxiety, depression, thought disorders, mood disorders and grief and loss issues. Our vision is to be a place where you can experience hope, compassion, respect, security and clarity during challenging times.
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The Novant Health Rehabilitation Center provides psychological services on an outpatient basis. We provide treatment options for substance abuse, psychological conditions, and disorders that can affect your daily life.
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Behavioral health issues don’t just occur during normal business hours. That’s why we have a 24-hour access program designed to assess your needs and connect you with the appropriate care. Licensed nurses, professional counselors and social workers are available around-the-clock to help by calling toll-free 1-800-786-1585.
If you think you may hurt yourself or someone else, call 911 immediately or go the nearest emergency room.