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A behavioral health crisis occurs when a person’s actions, feelings and/or behaviors put that person (called the “proposed patient”) at risk of hurting himself/herself or others, or prevents the proposed patient from being able to care for himself/herself or function safely in the community. Some examples of this may include:

  • Using language, writing or otherwise insinuating that the proposed patient plans to harm someone else — this could include physical violence;
  • Using language, writing or otherwise insinuating that the proposed patient plans to harm himself/herself — this could include excessive talk of death or suicide;
  • Demonstrating an inability to complete activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, brushing teeth, etc.;
  • Withdrawing from the proposed patient’s regular social situations/patterns;
  • Exhibiting dramatic changes in mood, affect or sleeping and eating patterns;
  • and Participating in high-risk activity including reckless behavior and impulsivity.

If you or someone else is facing a behavioral health crisis, you can contact one of the following:

  • ​​Louisiana Office of Health Crisis Hotline Text REACHOUT to 741741 or call 1-866-310-7977. These services are free, confidential and available 24/7.
  • Veterans’ Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 (option 1)

Whether you are in crisis or need someone to talk to, at Regions we try to make admissions as easy as possible for patients and their loved ones.

  • We accept walk-ins— 8416 Cumberland Pl. Baton Rouge, LA 70806
  • or call us— 225.408.6060


We will assess your situation and recommend how to begin treatment.

A common worry among many patients and their families is how to finance treatment.

Though every insurance company is different, at Regions, we’re committed to finding our patients the most affordable quality care available.

Even if insurance or financial situations restrict treatment at Regions, we help patients navigate the financial process to get the care they need.

Though schedules can vary, a typical day in treatment consists of group and individual therapy sessions with time allotted for meals, snacks and alternating outside time for smokers and non-smokers. The daily schedule is designed to give each patient the flexibility and resources to pursue healing at their own pace.

Your confidentiality and privacy are of the utmost importance to us.

There are several daily times for outdoor smoke breaks. Non smokers are also allotted outdoor smoke breaks separate from the smokers.


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