John Randolph Medical Center’s Wellness Pavilion offers hope, help, encouragement and support for individuals with emotional, behavioral and mental health needs, including depression, substance abuse like drug or alcohol addiction, anxiety and many other issues. Individuals receive the best quality care through specialized services in safe, healthy, confidential and calming environments.
Our physicians and staff excel in identifying symptoms, developing personalized recovery plans, and providing care in a healing environment. We strive to provide the best care possible using person-centered thinking and trauma informed care, which recognizes the individual needs of each patient.
We offer hope and help in a variety of ways:
- Assessment and Referral: The behavioral health clinicians are available 24 hours a day to provide face-to-face assessments, assist with referrals, and answer questions. When you or a loved one needs help, call our Assessment and Referral line at 804-452-3847.
- Inpatient services (crisis stabilization): Our inpatient program provides a safe and therapeutics environment for treating behavioral health and substance abuse issues.
- Partial Hospitalization (PHP): This program helps patients achieve emotional wellness by teaching new strategies for coping with stress, anxiety, depression, and related problems. We use a combination of group therapy, individual therapy, and closely monitored medication management. This is often used as a preventative to hospitalization or a step-down from hospitalization.
- Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): Substance Abuse IOP empowers patients to develop effective strategies to achieve and maintain sobriety and cope with addiction. Our program involves a 12-step Recovery Model and encourages family education and active participation. All of our groups are designed to treat situational stressors that are impediments to recovery.
- Military Behavioral Health Unit: Our 8-bed military unit offers treatment and stabilization for military service members and their families who are in crisis and suffer from PTSD, depression, anxiety, adjustment issues and other mental health conditions.
For more information, please call (804) 452-3847. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year