Behavioral & Mental Health
Behavioral health or mental health – how you think, feel and act – matters just as much as your physical health.
Our relationships and moods require care, just like our bodies. Ballad Health has developed a system of behavioral health services that give you and your loved ones the tools you can use to enjoy a more satisfying, productive life.
Seek help now
If you are living with substance abuse or any other mental health issue and you need immediate assistance, please reach out to our 24/7 intervention help line at 1-800-366-1132.
Areas of Care
Conditions We Treat
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Eating disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship issues
- Suicidal thoughts or self-harm
What to expect
Finding a treatment that works for you
You and your family members may benefit from behavioral healthcare for any condition that affects mood, thinking and behavior.
- Inpatient behavioral healthcare keeps someone safe during a behavioral health crisis. Inpatient behavioral health services are available for anyone age 6 and older
- Outpatient behavioral healthcare, including individual, family and group relationship counseling services for a wide variety of mental health and emotional issues
- Recovery-based addiction treatment in cooperation with recovery specialists at East Tennessee State University (ETSU)
- Referrals to a wide range of outpatient services
Accredited psychiatric hospital
When you need inpatient care, choose Woodridge Hospital – a facility accredited by The Joint Commission and the only dedicated inpatient mental health hospital in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Peerhelp is a program that offers assistance for those who are experiencing substance use issues, depression or anxiety, and relationship struggles.
You can speak with a certified peer recovery specialist who has personally experienced behavioral health challenges in their lives.
Learn more about PEERhelp recovery.
Ballad Health Strong Futures is bringing a healing approach to addiction and mental healthcare for mothers, expectant mothers and stepmother in the Appalachian Highlands.
Strong Futures provides an array of multi-generational outpatient services and resources for families, such as counseling, relapse prevention and intensive care management.