Hyland Behavioral Health Center
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Because recovery from a psychiatric disorder or chemical dependency is an ongoing progression, Hyland Behavioral Health offers a full range of services designed to meet our patients’ continuously changing needs.
Hyland operates in a multidisciplinary team model with a psychiatrist overseeing each patient’s care and treatment from admission through discharge. Each team is composed of RNs, an LPN, a master's-level case manager, recreational therapist, and nurse aid or tech. In addition, chaplain services, nutrition and other services are available.
- Hyland Behavioral Health’s inpatient program consists of adult and adolescent units.
- All bedrooms are semi-private, although a private room is possible under certain circumstances and when warranted.
- The units are coeducational, with each bedroom having its own bathroom.
If you believe that you or someone you know is in need of inpatient counseling services, please call 314-525-4400.
The outpatient programs at Hyland Behavioral Health Center are many and varied. The Center offers services for psychiatric, chemical dependency and dual diagnostic patients, as well as adolescents 12 to 17 (up to 18 if still in high school). Patients are evaluated and placed in the level of care that best meets their particular needs through our Assessment and Referral department, which is open from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., 7 days/week.
For an assessment, patients may make an appointment by calling 314-525-4400 or simply walk in to the Hyland B building, located at 10018 Kennerly Rd., on the St. Anthony’s Medical Center Campus. See map.
What is it?
The Intensive Outpatient Program operates in a multidisciplinary team model with a psychiatrist overseeing each patient’s care and treatment from admission through discharge. Each team is comprised of RNs, master's level therapists and behavioral health clinicians, licensed clinical social workers and professional counselors.
Intensive outpatient is highly structured and group-therapy-based care. Patients attend programs two to five times per week. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions are available.
Who is it for?
Patients who can carry out many usual activities, but experience symptoms that impair their daily lives. Patients undergoing intensive outpatient treatments may be able to maintain work obligations.
What is it?
The Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program operates in a multidisciplinary team model with a psychiatrist overseeing each patient’s care and treatment from admission through discharge. Each team is comprised of RNs, master's-level therapists and behavioral health clinicians, licensed clinical social workers and professional counselors.
This program is structured to help teens manage family, school, and general life stressors. Our treatment team works closely with parents and schools to ensure adolescents are given the most comprehensive care.
Who is it for?
Adolescents 12 to 17 (up to 18 if still in high school). Parents and families are encouraged to participate in treatment planning and a family meeting.
St. Louis County residents may qualify for a grant offered through the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund.
What is it?
The Counseling Clinic offers individual, marital, and family counseling to people of all ages who are experiencing emotional, substance abuse, or psychiatric problems. Appointments are available during the day and evening, Monday through Friday.
Who is it for?
Patients who are stepping down from the Intensive Outpatient Program, as well as new patients that need only weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly counseling.
While Hyland Behavioral Health Center does not provide inpatient treatment for chemical dependency, we do have a variety of outpatient services to help our patients achieve and maintain clean, healthy lifestyles.
Our program uses cognitive behavioral therapy to address substance abuse, and the issues that accompany it. It includes elements of the stages of change and 12-step recovery models, which are widely accepted as the most successful approaches to sobriety. The chemical dependency treatment program is a combination of group therapy, individual therapy and education sessions with an emphasis on improving overall health and well-being.
Do you believe you or someone you know may be an alcoholic? Take our free quiz or call 314-525-4400 24 hours a day, seven days a week to schedule an assessment with a mental health professional.
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For information, please call our Health Access Line at 314-ANTHONY (268-4669) or 800-554-9550 or visit find a physician online.
Working as trusted partners, the physicians and employees of St. Anthony's Health System will deliver care distinguished by its demonstrated quality and personalized service. We will be visibly engaged in improving the health and well being of the communities we serve in South County and beyond. We will stand together, proud to set the standard for independent community health systems.