Presbyterian Medical Center


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!

Adult mental health programs

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 including mood disorders, personality disorders, and anxiety disorders.

pensive girl Our interdisciplinary treatment team will work with you to identify an individualized plan to assist you on a path to wellness. Through a team approach we can guide you to better cope with day-to-day stressors and anxiety. Our goal is for you to live a more 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 acute behavioral health issues and help you transition back to work, family and community living. Care will be provided in a safe and supporting environment. Our board certified psychiatrists and licensed clinical social workers (LCSW) are here to help.
  • Outpatient treatment – Our outpatient care team specializes in stabilizing emotional distress to avoid escalation or manage psychiatric symptoms. Examples of group therapy and educational groups we offer include developing coping skills related to anxiety and stress management, self-esteem, anger management, and grief and loss.

Learn more about the Adult Intensive Outpatient Program »

Children and adolescent programs

Our interdisciplinary treatment team provides mental health treatment for a wide range of medical, psychological, psychosocial and recreational needs. We are committed to helping children and adolescents to live successfully in the community and to develop into healthy adults. The following behavioral treatments are offered:

  • Acute inpatient treatment – Our short-term inpatient treatment program specializes in the recovery of children age 7 to age 17. Our mental health program is designed to rapidly identify each individual's primary needs and partner with their family to identify treatment strategies. Services are provided by child and adolescent providers in a caring and friendly environment.
  • Partial program – Our partial program team specializes in working with adolescents and teens requiring less intensive care than acute inpatient hospitalization. Our team of psychiatric-trained providers enable outpatient care five days per week. The program's educational component works with local schools to support the adolescent's education during their program stay while providing excused absences.

Learn more about the adolescent partial program »

Psychiatric services

Our hospital-based services offer outpatient psychiatric services for children, adolescents and adults. Services include acute inpatient and outpatient treatment of anxiety, depression, thought disorders, mood disorders, and grief and loss. Our treatment is based on the recovery model utilizing trauma-informed care principles.

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Around-the-clock access

Behavioral health needs can occur at any time. We have a 24-hour ACCESS team designed to assess your needs and connect you with the appropriate level of care. Licensed therapists are available around the clock to help by calling toll free 1-800-718-3550.

If you think you may hurt yourself or someone else, call 911 immediately or go the nearest emergency room.