What is behavioral health care?
At Mountain States Health Alliance, we believe that how you feel emotionally is as important as how you feel physically. Our Behavioral Health Services are designed to treat everyone, from children to the elderly. Just as family physicians help people who are physically ill or injured, behavioral health care professionals help people overcome emotional, mental or behavioral problems that can interfere with everyday life.
Getting help with an emotional problem is a wise step. Not only do patients benefit from the counseling services they receive, so do those closest to them - family members, friends and co-workers.
Behavioral care for mental health or chemical dependency problems is delivered in any number of settings, each of which has been designed to meet specific patient needs.
MSHA Behavioral Health Locations
|Sycamore Shoals Hospital
New Leaf Senior Care,
A 12-bed unit situated in a 121-bed, full-service hospital to treat geropsychiatric adult patients
with behavioral health issues and the medical
issues that often co-occur.
||Russell County Medical Center
Clearview Psychiatric Center,
A 20-bed unit situated in a 78-bed, full-service
hospital to treat inpatient/outpatient mental
health, chemical dependency and geropsychiatric
adult patients in Virginia.
Johnson City, Tenn.
A 75-bed facility providing inpatient/outpatient mental health and chemical dependency services for children, adolescents and adults.
At Mountain States Health Alliance, we believe that how you feel emotionally is as important as how you feel physically. Our Behavioral Health Services are designed to treat everyone, from children to the elderly. Mental Illness touches the lives of almost every family in America; it does not discriminate and can affect anyone.
For more information, please call 423-431-7111.