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Behavioral Health (Mental Health)

Behavioral Health (Mental Health)

Behavioral health – how you think, feel and act – matters as much as your physical health. Just as your body needs medical care, your loved ones of all ages can feel better with behavioral health services that improve moods and relationships.

Turn to Ballad Health for tools you can use to enjoy a more satisfying, productive life.

Conditions we treat

You and your family members may benefit from behavioral health care for any condition that affects mood, thinking and behavior:

  • Addiction to gambling, sex, shopping, working or other activities
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders
  • Anxiety – Feeling nervous often or worrying a lot
  • Bipolar disorder – Wild mood swings and dramatic changes in energy level
  • Depression – Feeling sad, hopeless or worthless
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder – Doing or thinking the same unwanted things over and over
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder – Flashbacks, nightmares and anxiety after abuse or frightening events
  • Relationship issues – Problems between family members or within couples
  • Schizophrenia – Seeing, hearing or believing things that aren’t real
  • Thoughts of suicide or self-harm

Mental health services & treatments

You and your family get access to services such as:

  • Inpatient care that helps keep someone safe during a behavioral health crisis. Inpatient behavioral health services are available for anyone age 6 and older.
  • An intensive outpatient program that offers therapy for mental illnesses or substance abuse three times a week for up to two months
  • Your Ballad Health doctor can also refer you to a wide range of Frontier Health outpatient services
  • Recovery-based addiction treatment in cooperation with experts at East Tennessee State University

Accredited psychiatric hospital

Woodridge Hospital

When you need inpatient care, choose Woodridge Hospital – a facility accredited by The Joint Commission and the only dedicated inpatient psychiatric (mental health) hospital in our Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia region.

The hospital earned a Press Ganey 2016 Guardian of Excellence Award for providing a patient experience ranked in the top 5 percent of hospitals measured. That means your neighbors reported feeling very satisfied with our care – and you can expect us to help you get the care you need, too.

 

Find a Specialist

View Ballad Healths network of doctors and search by name, specialty, condition, gender and location. Or call 833-8-BALLAD for help finding a provider who offers the specific care you need.

Seek Help Now

Call the Respond Crisis Hotline at 800-366-1132 if you or someone else needs behavioral health care right away.

Behavioral Health (Mental Health) Locations

130 West Ravine Road
Kingsport, TN 37660
(423) 224-4000
36.554013
-82.5548
2000 Brookside Drive
Kingsport, TN 37660
36.550567
-82.514645
1901 South Shady Street
Mountain City, TN 37683
36.474564
-81.804838
58 Carroll Street
Lebanon, VA 24266
36.898974
-82.078506000000004
1501 West Elk Avenue
Elizabethton, TN 37643
36.346026
-82.249718
401 Takoma Avenue
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 639-3151
36.151398
-82.84599
403 North State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
36.307745
-82.387623
103 North St.
Bristol, VA 24201
(423) 844-6000
36.597096
-82.216809
405 Scenic Dr.
Rogersville, TN 37857
(423) 272-2111
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71 S. Flannagan Ave.
Lebanon, VA 24266
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Newsroom

Monday, April 9, 2018

Nikki Vanburen named chief nursing officer at Franklin Woods, Woodridge

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Nikki Vanburen has accepted the position of chief nursing officer at Franklin Woods Community Hospital and Woodridge Hospital. ... read more about Nikki Vanburen named chief nursing officer at Franklin Woods, Woodridge.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Linda Shepherd named Johnston Memorial’s chief nursing officer

ABINGDON, Va. – With more than 25 years’ experience in healthcare, Linda Shepherd has been appointed as Johnston Memorial Hospital’s chief nursing officer. ... read more about Linda Shepherd named Johnston Memorial’s chief nursing officer.