Helping you cope with life's toughest challenges.
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.
Our behavioral health services allow you to continue living your life - going to work, caring for your family, attending classes - while still getting the expert, confidential care you need.
Conditions we treat
At Gateway Regional, we offer personalized outpatient care for a wide range of emotional and mental health conditions, including:
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (ADHD)
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Schizoaffective disorder
TMS therapy: A safe, non-drug treatment for depression
For those struggling with major depression, Gateway Regional offers new hope — without the use of antidepressants. It's a treatment called TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation). TMS is a noninvasive option that uses highly focused magnetic pulses to stimulate areas of the brain that may be underactive in people with depression. This safe, non-drug therapy is ideal for individuals who haven't had success with antidepressant medications, or who want to avoid their side effects.
TeleHealth: Care from the safety of your home
For added convenience, Gateway Regional Medical Center now offers TeleHealth visits. Outpatients can speak to a mental health professional - and in some cases even receive medication - without ever leaving home. All you need is a computer, tablet or smartphone. No referral is necessary. Just call 618-798-8460 to set up an appointment and initial assessment.
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Taking the next step
If you're having trouble coping, or if you just need someone to talk to, it can't hurt to pick up the phone. Call 618-798-8460 to learn more about our Adult Outpatient services or to schedule an appointment. We're always here to help.
If you or a loved one is actively suicidal, call 911 immediately. This is a medical emergency, and you must seek care as soon as possible. Other emergencies that may warrant a trip to the ER include psychosis, violent behavior or homicidal behavior. If you're not sure what to do, call 911.