NWTHS Behavioral Health offers a secure, confidential and caring environment to assist individuals to address their mental health concerns such as:

  • Depression
  • Isolation
  • Hopelessness
  • Suicidal thoughts and/or attempt
  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Sexual abuse and trauma
  • Self-destructive or self-injurious behavior
  • Aggression, anger or hostility
  • Psychosis
  • Substance abuse and addiction
  • Grief
  • Insomnia that causes mental health problems
  • Medication management in a hospital setting


Our licensed mental health professionals provide a thorough diagnosis and evaluation including:

  • Clinical interview
  • Physical examination
  • Biopsychosocial assessments
  • Therapeutic and/or addictions evaluation
  • Treatment and follow-up

What a Typical Day Looks Like While in Treatment

While at NWTHS Behavioral Health, your days are filled with services that are designed to help you meet your recovery goals. While we maintain a structured treatment setting, your day consists of a balance of a variety of evidenced-based treatment services with time for breaks and self-reflection.

A multidisciplinary treatment team develops a plan tailored to the needs of each individual and may include:

  • Group, family and individual therapy
  • Music, recreational and expressive therapy groups
  • Stress and anger management
  • Nursing groups focused on diagnosis and medication education, health and hygiene
  • Substance abuse rehabilitation
  • Planning for discharge and follow-up

Following this brief, intensive inpatient treatment period, individuals may continue in our mental health partial hospitalization treatment or intensive outpatient treatment programs overseen by a psychiatrist/psychiatric nurse practitioner and therapist.

People battling mental illness can be helped by being observant of warning signs. Experts state that early mental health support can help a patient before problems interfere with other developmental needs. By detecting issues in the earlier phases and seeking medical attention early, patients have an easier road of recovery before symptoms spin out of control.

Here are a few early signs of what to watch for that may lead to the necessity of a structured program that inpatient care provides:

  • A sudden withdrawal or loss of interest in activities
  • Neglect of personal appearance
  • Drastic changes in personality, eating or sleep patterns
  • General lethargy or lack of energy or difficulty concentrating
  • Violent actions, rebellion or running away
  • Drug and alcohol use
  • Headaches or stomachaches
  • Loss of ability to tolerate praise or rewards