Mental Health Conditions

Expert care for mental health concerns

People struggling with mental health conditions throughout Michigan can rely on expert care from our team of specialists. Our team of experienced behavioral health physicians and providers are trained in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating the full spectrum of mental health conditions in patients of all ages.

Our team cares for adults, adolescents and children with many types of mental health conditions, such as:

Treatment options for mental health conditions

Most conditions can be managed on an outpatient basis through various forms of therapy and medication, depending on each patient’s particular needs. Learn more about our outpatient treatment options.

If your condition is severe, you may benefit from inpatient care. This type of therapy includes intensive treatment in a controlled environment. Learn more about our inpatient treatment options.

Mental health treatment for children and teens

Children and teens with mental health conditions require specialized treatment. Your child will receive thoughtful, expert care from our team of experienced pediatric providers. Learn more about our mental health services for young patients.

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