FOR PARENTS & LOVED ONES​

Recognizing Your Pain​

Watching someone you love struggle with mental health issues is difficult. Seeing someone you care about head to treatment can be an emotional experience and the time leading up to the decision to seek help often comes with anxiety of its own. At Regions, we understand this and work with families so there can be healing for everyone involved.

We’re here to help.

Our staff is ready to assist you in finding the help you need. CALL US 225-408-6060

FOR PARENTS & LOVED ONES

What to Expect

At Regions Behavioral Health, our inpatient and outpatient programs offer life-resetting individual and group therapies, medication management, mental health education and supervision of many medical issues. Patients are supervised by our board-eligible psychiatrists and closely monitored by a medical physician to ensure overall health and well-being.

Inpatient Services

Patients of Regions Behavioral Hospital receive individualized care to manage their mental health issues through a combination of therapy approaches, wellness education, activities and medication.

Outpatient Services

Whether transitioning from inpatient care or starting treatment for the first time, together we’ll develop a plan that meets our patients’ individual needs.

FOR PARENTS & LOVED ONES

Why Choose Regions?

The decision to enter your loved one into treatment is a big step. Our admissions team at Regions Behavioral Hospital is here to help you or your loved one through every step of the journey toward recovery.

Clinical Leadership & Expertise​

Our Facilities​

Our Approach​

Our History

Clinical Leadership & Expertise

The foundation of quality care at Regions comes directly from our skilled team of professionals who have made it their priority to improve the lives of each patient with compassion and empathy. Our multidisciplinary staff includes:

Registered Nurses

Intake Specialists

Licensed Practical Nurses

Masters-Level Social Workers

Psychiatrists

Psychiatric Nurses

Behavioral Health Technicians

Dietitians

Recreational Therapists

Pharmacists

Recreational Therapists

Pharmacists

Our Facilities

Regions Behavioral Health is a family owned and operated facility with intensive and focused outpatient programs and 24 inpatient beds. Our experienced staff is committed to meeting our patients’ needs, from initial contact with a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner and/or social services, to developing and implementing discharge plans for continued care, Regions is there.

Our Approach

Our experienced staff at Regions is committed to giving each patient their best chance to restart their lives. We provide comprehensive psychiatric and medical assessments, diagnostic and treatment services. Compassion and empathy are key to preserving our patients’ dignity through the stabilization and treatment of acute mental and/or behavioral illnesses in a safe environment.

On a patient’s continuing journey toward regaining and maintaining their highest level of functioning, Regions assists in helping patients and their families identify and obtain the necessary social and medical help they need.

Our History

With a background in caring for the eldery and infirmed, the founders of Regions sought a compassionate and caring outpatient program for relatives struggling with behavioral and mental disorders. When a suitable facility and program could not be found, they formed an outstanding outpatient program and facility for those seeking more from a behavioral health clinic.

TESTIMONIALS

A Respected Reputation

I went in expecting the worst but ended up up having the best experience I could have ever imagined. I’m so thankful for the staff.​
— Lexi
Inpatient
Regions offered my son a variety of helpful programs after he was discharged so he could continue in his recovery treatment. Regions has certainly made a difference in our lives.​
— CJ
Parent
Regions is my go-to when I need a patient mentally stabilized before they admit to substance abuse treatment. They are the best!​
— Scotty Higginbotham, MSSA​
Healthcare Professional​

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Committed to providing family information and support for loved ones with behavioral health disorders and substance abuse issues seeking hospitalization or counseling.

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 and 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.

CONTACT US

Reach Out to Regions

Contact us for all of your inpatient and outpatient behavioral health needs. Our staff is ready to answer all of your questions.

Call us 24/7
225-408-6060

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