Behavioral Health ServicesCall 828.452.8651
At Haywood Regional Behavioral Health, we are devoted to helping patients heal mentally and emotionally by providing exceptional behavioral healthcare to expedite the recovery of adults and seniors in distress.
Our inpatient program provides compassionate, comprehensive and intensive psychiatric treatment to adults and seniors suffering from mental health conditions. Our experienced, multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, medical internists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, mental health assistants, licensed clinical social workers/counselors, and support staff work closely together to provide truly individualized care that will address the unique needs of each patient.
Inpatient Psychiatric Care
We offer a highly respected Acute Inpatient Psychiatric Care program that provides expedient stabilization in a comfortable treatment setting. Our facility is specially designed for the needs of adults and seniors in crisis, and who may also be suffering from chronic mental health disorders.
The first step we take at Haywood is to conduct a crisis evaluation and medical screening. This initial evaluation allows our medical staff to efficiently assess how you or your loved one is feeling and identify the treatment services to best meet your needs.
Individual and Group Therapy
Social workers, nursing, and adjunct staff members provide our patients with individual and group therapy throughout the day. Topics include grief and loss, anger management, disease/disorder education, medication management, relationships, communication skills, stress management, healthy boundaries, guilt, and shame.
24-Hour Patient Care and Medication Management
Patients have access to 24-hour medical care, including patient history, physical and the management of any chronic medical conditions. In addition, many patients rely on medications to manage their physical health and to stabilize their psychological well-being. All of our patients will have access to medication management services during their stay.
From the moment a patient enters Haywood our medical team begins evaluating their needs and making a plan for discharge. We know that recovery is a lifelong process that extends beyond a patient’s time with us and we promote long-term healing by providing a comprehensive aftercare plan for continued success.
What We Treat
Our experienced multidisciplinary team compassionately treats many mental health conditions, including:
- Major depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Suicidal thoughts
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Schizoaffective Disorder
We accept referrals from medical facilities including hospitals, assisted living centers, and behavioral health outpatient clinics. To make a referral or get additional information, please call 828.452.8667
We accept patients 24/7. Our 24-hour assessment team is available to assist individuals and families with the assessment process and understands the emergent circumstances. Haywood provides no-cost confidential assessments to determine whether an individual is currently eligible for treatment in our facility. Call for assistance with assessment or referral. Your personal information will remain confidential.
We are here 24/7 to assist you with the admissions process.
If submitting referral through fax or email, please include:
- Face Sheet
- Nursing/Social Services Notes (last 3-5 days)
- Current Medication List
- Current Labs
- Admission History and Physical
- COVID Test
Haywood Regional Medical Center, Behavioral Health Services is a 33-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital providing compassionate, comprehensive and intensive inpatient mental healthcare treatment for adults and seniors.
Haywood Regional Behavioral Health Unit
Haywood Regional Medical Center | 6th Floor
262 Leroy George Drive
Clyde, NC 28721
If at any time you do not feel safe, or feel like hurting yourself or others,
please call 911 or your local crisis service provider.
The following telephone hotline is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline