Behavioral Health Conditions? Nothing to cause shame or embarrassment.
Just as you'd see a doctor for a physical illness, you can also be treated for emotional or mental health problems. In fact, many disorders like anxiety and depression are quite common, affecting millions of Americans. And because each person is different, Gateway Regional offers expert, individualized care for a wide range of conditions, including:
- Anxiety – Reaction of the body and mind to unfamiliar, dangerous, or stressful situations
- Depression – Persistent lack of interest, sadness or pleasure in activities once enjoyed
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) – Repetitive actions that can be or seem impossible to stop. Symptoms can be mild or gradually increase in severity
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – Condition that may develop after a traumatic situation. PTSD could include recurring thoughts about the situation, anxiety, flashbacks or even the dodging of similar circumstances
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) – Trouble behaving (like restlessness) or focusing and may cause difficulty with functioning at work, home, or school.
- Dissociative identity disorder (DID) - Previously known as Multiple personality disorder, is when a patient has more than one personality.
- Borderline personality disorder (BPD) – Condition that impacts the way someone feels about themselves or others & may include trouble managing emotions & self-image problems
- Bipolar disorder – Unusual changes in concentration, mood & energy leading to extreme emotional highs & lows.
- Schizophrenia – Mental disorder where individuals abnormally interpret reality. Examples may include delusions or hallucinations and may impair or disable daily function.
- Schizoaffective disorder – Combination of schizophrenic and mood disorder symptoms.
- Dementia disorders – Disorders that may impact memory, social and thinking abilities that impact daily function.
- Other mental health issues
- Eating disorder/s
Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Unit
The Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Unit provides a warm and caring environment for adults 18+ who need stabilization, crisis support or round-the clock-care for emotional or psychiatric conditions (e.g. clinical depression or schizophrenia). The 20-bed inpatient unit may be the answer for those who can no longer function at home or in their current healthcare environment. Click here to learn more about the Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Unit.
We all have trouble coping from time to time. But when anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns start affecting your daily life, it's good to know that help is close by. At Gateway Regional Medical Center, we offer a variety of Adult Outpatient services designed to help you face life's challenges - without the need for inpatient treatment. Click to learn more about the outpatient services offered.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
If depression, anxiety, stress or another mental health concern is keeping you from enjoying life, there's hope at Gateway Regional. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a program for adults 18+ who are having trouble functioning at home, but don't meet the criteria for inpatient care. This robust, 3-day-a-week program is specially designed for adults who need more intensive treatment than traditional outpatient therapy or adults transitioning from inpatient care
At Gateway Regional Medical Center, our IOP program offers more therapy and support than traditional outpatient programs - while allowing you to work, attend classes, care for loved ones and sleep in your own bed. It's the ideal stepping-stone to meaningful recovery. Click to learn more about Gateway’s Intensive Outpatient Program.
A warm, caring place for aging adults. We all want the best for our aging family members. But as we grow older, diminishing physical and mental abilities, as well as the loss of loved ones, can often lead to sadness and withdrawal. And when these changes become persistent or unusual behaviors appear, it may signal an emotional or mental health disorder.
At Gateway Regional Medical Center, we offer a 19-bed Senior Inpatient Psychiatric Unit that's specially designed for adults 55+. It's a warm, caring place for seniors experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, dementia or other mental health conditions. We're here to help you understand what's happening with your loved one and determine the best course of care. Click to learn more about the Senior Inpatient care provided at Gateway Regional.