Each of us shares a common dream: to live a rewarding life and fully enjoy each day. Unfortunately, changes in our mental health can dramatically affect our ability to enjoy life and to cope with difficulties.
At The Behavioral Health Pavilion of the Virginias, an affiliate of Princeton Community Hospital, we can help. We offer a variety of services provided in our state-of-the-art facility that are designed to assure dignity and respect for our patients.
Adult Inpatient Program
Our 34-bed unit offers a secure healing environment for adults age 18 and older who face psychiatric or emotional difficulties requiring hospitalization.
Geriatric Inpatient Program
Our 30-bed unit is customized for adults age 55 and older who experience mental or emotional health difficulties.
Traditional Outpatient Program
This program offers traditional outpatient psychiatric medication management and individual and/or family counseling services.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Designed to provide supportive group counseling for adults age 18 and older transitioning from an inpatient stay or to address a need that may prevent an inpatient stay, this program operates five days a week. Patients attend group sessions four hours per day, five days per week, and receive psychiatric services weekly. Transportation may be provided.
Structured Outpatient Program
Offering supportive group counseling for adults 18 and older transitioning from an inpatient stay or to address a need that may prevent an inpatient stay, this program operates three days per week. Patients attend group sessions three hours per day, two to three days each week, and receive psychiatric services monthly. Transportation may be provided.
Maternal Mental Health Clinic
The Maternal Mental Health Clinic provides assessment and treatment, both with medication and psychotherapy, for women with a variety of needs, including depression and anxiety in pregnancy.
Now available at The Pavilion, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive outpatient procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression. TMS may be tried when other depression treatments have not been effective.
Patients will receive their own treatment plan that creates a path to recovery and includes a discharge plan focused on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Group and individual therapy are components of the treatment plan that promotes patient participation for a variety of needs, including medication management, coping skills, depression, grief, loss, anxiety, anger, or life changes. We are excited to offer patients a continuum of both inpatient and outpatient care and ease of access to treatment services from admission through discharge. We value the opportunity to enhance the lifestyle of the adult and older adult population in our region.
Board-certified psychiatrists and a professionally trained team of behavioral health professionals provide and deliver quality behavioral health services. Our staff includes: psychiatrists, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, licensed social workers, mental health technicians, and an activities coordinator.
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The Behavioral Health Pavilion is located off of the hospital campus in Bluefield, West Virginia.
Outpatient Services: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm
Owned and operated by Princeton Community Hospital