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Green Oak Behavioral Health

At Dickenson Community Hospital

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Green Oak Behavioral Health
312 Hospital Dr.
Clintwood, VA 24228
(276) 926-0251
37.1607138
-82.4492491

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

New hospital visitation restrictions

Effective Saturday, March 21, Ballad Health will not allow visitors in its inpatient hospital units, long-term care facilities or behavioral health centers.

These measures are to help contain coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Limited exceptions to these restrictions may apply to:

Please read more about these visitation restrictions.


10-bed inpatient geropsych unit serving the Clintwood / Dickenson Co. area

Helping seniors find hope and happiness

As adults age, it’s common to experience life-changing events that can cause an emotional and psychosocial strain.

The Green Oak Behavioral Health unit at Dickenson Community Hospital is an acute-level healthcare facility that treats and improves the lives of people 55 and older* who are suffering from a wide range of psychiatric conditions, including:

  • Depression, sadness and anxiety
  • Severe memory loss and dementia
  • Disorientation and hallucination
  • Increased social withdrawal and isolation
  • Suicidal thoughts or behaviors
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Extreme fluctuation in weight
  • Loss of interest in appearance and self-neglect
  • Aggressive or agitated behavior
  • Prolonged grieving
  • Loss of desire to live

*Ages 45 to 54 are considered on a case-by-case basis.

Referrals

To make a referral, please call (276) 926-0251.

What's New

Friday, June 26, 2020

Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences

Ballad Health and East Tennessee State University announced Friday a new partnership that will establish a first-of-its-kind institute to promote the awareness and empirical study of adverse childh ... read more about Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks

More than three months ago, the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was diagnosed in the Appalachian Highlands. ... read more about Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Ballad Health creates public service communications, materials for rural and community hospitals hard-hit by pandemic

Ballad Health has created free public service announcement (PSA)-style campaign materials for rural, not-for-profit / non-profit hospitals and health systems to download and customize. ... read more about Ballad Health creates public service communications, materials for rural and community hospitals hard-hit by pandemic.

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What's New

Friday, June 26, 2020

Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences

Ballad Health and East Tennessee State University announced Friday a new partnership that will establish a first-of-its-kind institute to promote the awareness and empirical study of adverse childh ... read more about Ballad Health, ETSU partner to launch Strong BRAIN Institute to study adverse childhood experiences.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks

More than three months ago, the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was diagnosed in the Appalachian Highlands. ... read more about Ballad Health urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizes the continued risks.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Ballad Health creates public service communications, materials for rural and community hospitals hard-hit by pandemic

Ballad Health has created free public service announcement (PSA)-style campaign materials for rural, not-for-profit / non-profit hospitals and health systems to download and customize. ... read more about Ballad Health creates public service communications, materials for rural and community hospitals hard-hit by pandemic.