Growing up in today's world is hard and many children or teens may go through life experiences that cause them to feel anxious, depressed or even suicidal. As a parent or a caregiver, it can be hard to know when to ask for help. The Behavioral Health Center brings all services together in an expanded space that will provide a talented, dedicated team of caregivers, physicians and professionals with the facilities, resources, tools and programs they need to ensure that these most vulnerable children receive the high quality treatment they need and deserve.
Behavioral Health addresses the psychological and psychiatric needs for children, adolescents, and their families.
Our psychiatry department helps children, ages 2-17, and their families who are experiencing behavioral, neurodevelopmental and emotional challenges.
Coping with a medical diagnosis can have long-term effects on a child's mental health. Our clinical therapist program focuses on addressing challenges faced by children and families coping with chronic and/or life-threatening illnesses.