Behavioral Health

At Baptist Health, we value the importance of your mental and emotional health as vital components of your overall health. Offering Northeast Florida’s only full continuum of mental health care, Baptist Behavioral Health offers the expertise and support each patient needs, whether coping with the demands of life or dealing with a medical condition that affects mood, thinking or behavior.

Helping adults, children and families with tough issues

Whether you are coping with life problems (such as divorce), substance abuse (such as alcoholism), or a psychological disorder (such as depression), our specialists are here to provide personalized care that fits the needs of the patient and family.

A full spectrum of care

Baptist Behavioral Health has provided high-quality mental health care for adults and children since 1976 – ranging from caring, professional assessments and counseling, to 24-hour crisis intervention and hospital-based care. All services are strictly confidential.

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    Outpatient Services

    Designed so you can receive high-quality care while scheduling around your work and family commitments.

    • Psychological, psychiatric and counseling services
    • Neuropsychology services
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
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    Day Stay Programs

    Offering a variety of intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs.

    • Partial hospitalization
    • Intensive outpatient programs
    • Chemical dependency
    • Eating disorders program
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    Inpatient Care

    Comprehensive range of 24- hour inpatient hospital care for adults, children and adolescents.

    • Emergency evaluations
    • Adult inpatient unit
    • Child/adolescent inpatient unit
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    Mental Health: Let's Talk about it

    Even high-performing people can have mental illness – it affects one in five people and includes all walks of life and every age, including adolescents and teens. The good news is that help is available, and it works.