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Mental health and wellness

Mental health is just as important as physical health. It includes your emotional, psychological and social well-being. With the right diagnosis and treatments, you can get what you need to live as healthy and happy a life as possible.

Mental health services in Fredericksburg, Virginia

When you need help, we offer support tailored to your needs.

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center's behavioral health team personalizes your care and prioritizes your safety. We focus on stabilization management, symptom reduction and patient empowerment. When needed, we also connect you to outpatient providers.

Our behavioral health services

Our dedicated team is specialized to treat mental health disorders, such as anxiety disorders, Bipolar disorder, depression, emotional distress, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychosis, Schizophrenia, and suicidal thoughts. Our goal is to provide compassionate psychiatric and mental healthcare in a safe, private and healing environment. With an open and non-judgmental approach, we strive to empower individuals to create their own path towards wellness.

Mental health treatments we offer

  • Individualized treatment planning lead by the attending psychiatrist with input from the interdisciplinary team that consists of nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed clinical social workers, licensed mental health counselors, and activity therapists.
  • 24-hour nursing care available for medication management, administration, education, and monitoring to ensure
  • Treatment for primary and dual diagnosis of substance abuse (ARTS 3.7)
  • Outpatient planning with encouraged patient involvement in discharge planning to ensure a smooth transition back into the community and to the next appropriate level of care
  • Group therapy offered daily with emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive behavioral therapy Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Expressive therapy: Music, Yoga, Dance, Reading, Journaling, Drawing/painting
Mental health emergency care

Mental health emergencies are medical emergencies. The emergency room (ER) at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center is readily available to provide the compassionate, stabilizing care you need. We offer additional support throughout our behavioral health programs.

If you feel like you may be a danger to yourself or others, please seek emergency care or call 911.

Other mental health services we provide

  • What does Behavior Modification mean?
  • Chaplain
  • Discharge planning
  • Nurse Education
  • Virtual group education opportunities
  • Psycho-education groups
  • Supportive Medical care

About our behavioral health unit

Our unit is comprised of 28 beds, mix of private and semi-private rooms supported by licensed staff who offer comprehensive, holistic, personalized mental health care tailored to your needs.

Visiting hours

Patient-centered treatment allows us to promote wellness and recovery while helping patients develop individual coping strategies and learn how to use community support after discharge.

We take every measure to ensure your ongoing recovery, including encouraging the support and care of loved ones. This includes evening visitation hours from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.

Our Mental health and wellness Locations

Currently Viewing:

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center
4600 Spotsylvania Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
 (540) 498 - 4000

Currently Viewing:

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center
4600 Spotsylvania Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
 (540) 498 - 4000
Parham Doctors' Hospital
7700 E Parham Rd
Richmond, VA 23294
 (804) 747 - 5600

40.5 miles

Parham Hospital Mental Health and Wellness Center
7702 East Parham Rd
Suite 205
Henrico, VA 23294
 (804) 672 - 4370

40.5 miles

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