At Swedish, we believe mental health plays a critical role in your overall wellbeing and quality of life. We provide comprehensive behavioral health care from tele-services to inpatient care and are dedicated to decreasing and eliminating the stigma associated with mental illness.
If you are suicidal and need help now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
Our services address a broad range of concerns to help you be your best self:
- Stress and anxiety
- Mild, moderate and severe depression
- Sleep and healthy habits
- Substance use
- Pregnancy, postpartum, menopause
- Grief and loss
- Interpersonal relationship issues
- Lifestyle changes to adapt to chronic health conditions
- Medication management
Talk with your doctor to choose the behavioral health program that’s right for you:
- Inpatient care: Inpatient care is beneficial for people who are experiencing an acute mental illness and require intensive 24-hour care to stabilize.
- Outpatient care: Swedish offers outpatient care for addiction recovery, behavioral health and mental health.
- Partial hospitalization: We offer a short-term, intensive day-treatment program for individuals with acute psychiatric needs.
- Addiction recovery: Our staff is experienced in helping those who are impaired or negatively affected by drugs and alcohol.
- Electroconvulsive therapy: Used to treat severe depression, our experienced psychiatric and medical staff evaluate whether ECT is an appropriate option for patients.
- Perinatal behavioral health: By offering compassionate, nonjudgmental, short-term care and consultations, we hope to reduce the shame and stigma that surrounds perinatal mental health.
- Primary care: By integrating your medical and behavioral health care, we get a better picture of you as a whole person. As a result, we can provide more effective, holistic care.
Providers Specializing in Behavioral Health
At Swedish, you'll have access to a vast network of dedicated and compassionate providers who offer personalized care by focusing on treatment, prevention and health education.