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Compassionate psychiatric care in a supportive environment

You are not alone. Mental illness is not a weakness or character flaw. It can impact anyone. No matter your condition, we start every treatment process with the same approach: compassionate care. We understand psychiatric disorders affect more than a patient’s brain—they impact the well-being of the patient as a whole, their families and their loved ones.

We have a dedicated team committed to your mental health and well-being that includes:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Mental health technicians
  • Case managers
  • Therapists
  • Social workers

They all work together to develop an individual treatment plan for you or your loved one.

Conditions That We Treat

Certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, our program offers in-depth evaluation and treatment of the emotional and mental changes associated with these conditions:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Trauma
  • Eating disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Autism
  • Intellectual disabilities

More about Our Programs

  • Senior Care: This traditional inpatient unit serves seniors age 60 and older who are experiencing emotional or mental changes that may require voluntary or involuntary treatment.
  • Geriatric-Acute: This co-ed inpatient unit serves individuals age 55 and older who are experiencing behaviors related to end-stage dementia and who may require voluntary or involuntary treatment based on these emotional or mental changes.
  • Co-ed and gender specific adult units: These inpatient units serve individuals ages 19 and older who are experiencing emotional or mental changes that may require voluntary or involuntary treatment.
  • Autism and intellectually disabled specific unit: This co-ed inpatient unit provides services that are uniquely specialized and solely service developmentally disabled individuals age 19 and older with a diagnosis of autism or intellectually disabled, in additional to a psychiatric diagnosis.

A specialist assesses all inpatient admissions so any concurrent medical conditions can be addressed and treated alongside psychiatric care.

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