• Mental Health and Substance Abuse

  • Mental Health During COVID-19

    Managing your mental health during this time is essential and we are here to help. Whether you need emergency services, inpatient treatment or a virtual visit with your provider, you are not alone. We are safe, ready and open to provide you care.

  • Crisis Care

    • If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911.
    • If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, call the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

  • Nav-AAMG Mental Health Specialists

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    Nav-Psychiatric Day Hospital

  • You wouldn’t think twice about seeking medical help for a broken bone, chronic pain or the flu. But many people don’t get help for mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, substance abuse or stress. No matter the reason, your mental health is just as important as your physical health.

    One in four Americans will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime. And one in 25 will experience a severe mental illness.

    You can get help that fits your needs. Our expert, caring team of doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, therapists, nurses and substance use counselors treat a wide range of mental health issues. They partner with you and your support system to heal and restore your mind so you can live your best life.

    Since 1992, Pathways, our substance use treatment center, has provided compassionate care for teens and adults struggling with drug and alcohol use and related mental health issues.

    In Spring 2020, we opened the J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center, which includes a psychiatric day hospital as well as acute inpatient treatment.

    Your resources include:

    Mental health and substance use concerns range from mild, passing conditions to severe, life-altering illnesses. No matter what you’re dealing with, we’re here to help.