You’re Not Alone on Your Mental Health Journey
When you aren’t feeling like yourself, we have resources and support to help you improve your mental health and well-being. We provide compassionate care for a variety of behavioral and mental health concerns with online and in-person appointment options.
When to See a Mental Health Specialist
We can help if you’re facing:
- Addiction or substance abuse
- Family distress
- Gender or sexual identity concerns
- Job stress and burnout
- Parenting struggles
- Relational stress
If you’re not feeling your best, contact your primary care provider. Your provider can help care for all aspects of your health – including mental health – and connect you to appropriate specialists.
Psychiatry. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who treats mental health conditions.
Psychology. Psychologists are mental health professionals who diagnose, assess and treat mental health conditions.
Counseling. Sanford Behavioral Health offers counseling to individuals, families and couples.
Chemical Dependency. Chemical dependency, or addiction, is a condition that requires both psychological and physical care.
Eating Disorders. Eating disorders have physical and psychological symptoms that can turn life-threatening.
Occupational Therapy. Mental health issues can make it difficult to participate in daily activities. Occupational therapy is here to help you re-engage in the activities that matter to you.
Your care team of clinical and support professionals may include:
- Care managers
- Clinical social workers
- Health guides
- Licensed addiction counselors
- Licensed marriage and family therapists
- Mental health practitioners
Mental Health Care Services
Sanford Behavioral Health offers a variety of programs, so you can get the level of treatment you need.
Inpatient care is medical care that happens in a hospital. We treat patients with severe symptoms that need to be monitored by health professionals.
Outpatient care is like a visit to your family doctor. Outpatient behavioral health care means patients come to a Sanford Health clinic to receive treatment and leave when the visit is complete.
Partial hospitalization programs are in between inpatient and outpatient care. You may participate in a PHP if you don’t need to be monitored 24/7 by health care professionals but need more comprehensive attention than outpatient care can provide. Patients receive treatment throughout the day and go home at night.
Virtual care offers convenient appointment options. Patients can connect with a specialist using their computer, tablet or smartphone Learn how to schedule an appointment or get care now.
Community-based care delivers services and resources to your home community.
You are not alone. When you need compassionate support, Sanford Behavioral Health is here for you.
Find Behavioral Health Care Close to Home
We’re proud to offer behavioral health services to as many communities as possible. Find a Sanford Health location that offers behavioral health services near you.
Find a Behavioral Health Provider
You deserve a doctor trained to provide the best and most appropriate mental health care for you or your loved one.
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