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Behavioral health care at Parkridge Valley

At Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior, Parkridge Valley Cleveland and Parkridge Valley West, our psychiatrists, nurses and specialists offer inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services for individuals over the age of 18.

We understand that our patients may face a variety of mental health conditions that may affect their overall behavioral, emotional and mental health. That is why our care teams create treatment plans based on each individual’s specific needs. Our top priorities are patient safety and stability.

To help our patients start down the path of recovery, we promote patient empowerment and include collaboration with outpatient treatment providers. Open communication between our doctors and patients helps develop trust and a positive relationship. We also encourage active involvement from the individual’s support systems, which may include family, friends and support groups.

Is outpatient care right for you?

It takes great inner strength to self-realize help may be needed navigating a path to mental health wellness. The professionals at Parkridge Valley Hospital can provide that help through convenient outpatient therapy. This allows patients to receive help for mental health issues and maintain a busy lifestyle.

Outpatient mental health therapy may be a good option for you. Click the button to schedule an in-person assessment with a Parkridge Valley Hospital mental health wellness professional.

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We are committed to helping our patients grow a stronger sense of self and gain new skills to improve their lives.

Our mental health services include:

  • Activities therapy
  • Discharge planning
  • Group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Supportive medical care

We treat the following mental health conditions:

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Relationship issues
  • Thought disorders including Schizophrenia and psychosis
  • Trauma and thoughts of self-harm