GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Mental health issues are a growing concerning, and though they don't discriminate, according to a recent study, Hispanic adults experience these issues at the same rate as Caucasian adults. Unfortunately many Hispanic adults don't ask for help, according to officials, which is due to a language barriers. A division of Holland Hospital is working to ensure that all patients receive the help they need with bilingual care through the Behavior Health services. If you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse or another mental health issue, Holland Hospital's Behavioral Health Services may help. Below is more about their programs. To speak to someone at Holland Hospital call (616) 392-5141.
After a comprehensive evaluation, individualized treatment plans may include psychological testing, individual, group and/or family therapy, medication management, and more. Our outpatient team has experience treating a wide range of mental health concerns, such as:
- Alcohol and substance abuse
- Problem gambling
- Child and adolescent mental health issues
- Relationship and marital problems
- Stress and anger management
- Parenting and family challenges
- Eating disorders
Holland Hospital also has onsite, 24-hour inpatient access for crisis stabilization, short-term treatment and medication management for people 18 years of age and older. This modern, comfortable unit is designed for those experiencing significant emotional or behavioral difficulties related to substance abuse, depression, anxiety disorders, trauma, bipolar disorders and other mental health issues.
Our inpatient unit provides a safe, private and supportive environment to begin or sustain the healing process. The goal of inpatient care is to first stabilize and then link patients to outpatient care for long-term health and wellness. Length of stay will depend on the nature of the person’s illness and response to treatment. Regardless of circumstances, our staff will ensure every patient’s dignity is respected and preserved.