Inpatient Behavioral Health Care
Life isn’t always easy and sometimes our problems are too difficult or serious to handle alone. Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center’s Behavioral Health services provide assistance for depression. Anxiety, mood changes, chronic pain, alcohol or substance abuse, and significant behavioral changes.
Our professional staff includes a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurses, social workers and therapists. If you need our help, our team is trained to design an individualized treatment option for you or a loved one.
Adult psychiatric Unit
The newest offering at Banner Del E. Webb is its new 20-bed inpatient behavioral unit that serves patients 18 – 55 years old.
Just opened in October 2015, the unit fill a gap in behavioral care in the Northwest Valley for this age group. This unit offers the same services as the SAGE unit but serves this more mobile population, who are generally in good health and do not need medical management along with their behavioral needs.
SAGE Inpatient Unit
The Support, Adaptation, Growth, Enrichment (SAGE) Inpatient Unit offers one of the few programs in the state that treats patients over age 55 who need simultaneous medical and behavioral care. The unit has two sections: A 22-bed Medical/Psychiatric unit for patients needing medical and behavioral care that offers 20 hours of therapy a week, and a 12-bed Dementia Care unit that provides a structured therapy program for patients with dementia.
The SAGE Unit offers:
• Clinical assessment and stabilization
• Specialized dementia and Alzheimer’s disease care
• Crisis intervention
• Case management
• Medication evaluation and treatment
• Individual, group, couple and family psychotherapeutic groups
• Psychological testing as needed
• Music and pet therapy
• Recreational activities
• Spiritual and relaxation activities
Call (623) 524-4042 for specific information.
A crisis stabilization program for adults with a psychiatric diagnosis who don't require inpatient care but require more than regular outpatient counseling.
The program is designed for clients who present no imminent harm to themselves or others, and family is a vital part of the treatment process.