Adults can hurt, too. One in five Americans live with a mental health disorder. Estimates indicate that about 2/3 of all people do not seek treatment for fear of disclosure or rejection. Mental illness is a disease just like any other disease (cancer, diabetes). It is treatable and people do get better. Feelings of depression and anxiety are common, especially when associated with a life situation that seems impossible to deal with. We can help.
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The inpatient programs at Kettering Health Network include adult mental health services and co-occurring services (mental health & substance use)
The treatment team works closely with each patient and support system to develop treatment goals and follow-up services after discharge.
Intensive Outpatient Programs
These programs provide an alternative for patients who would otherwise require inpatient hospitalization or those for whom outpatient care is not enough.
Mental Health Day Program: Mon-Wed, 1-4pm
Mental Health Evening Program: Mon-Wed, 5-8pm
Co-Occurring Program (Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders): Tue-Thur, 9am-12pm
After the Call (Program for First Responders): Mon-Thur, 9am-12pm
Services include group treatments that help participants:
Our team of psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and chaplains provide patients with individualized treatment plans and interventions. These programs are offered at Kettering Behavioral Medicine Center.
For an appointment or more information call: (937) 534-4651.
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