Welcome to Banner Behavioral Health Hospital where we are deeply committed to excellent patient care. Our highly skilled and compassionate staff provides a therapeutic healing environment where you will begin developing a roadmap to successful living and tools to help you cope with life stressors.
Our goal is to provide an excellent health care experience with minimal disruption to your life, your family, work, or daily routine. Your treatment team consists of doctors, nurses, clinical care managers, and behavioral health technicians. Above all, you are the most important member of the team.
What to Bring
Before admission, we ask patients to limit the amount of personal items brought with them due to limited storage facilities. We advise patients to bring in no more than might normally be packed for an informal, long-weekend vacation
To meet everyone's care needs, we have a different sets of visiting hours depending upon the patient's level of care. Specific rules for patient visitors were created to help maintain a safe environment, put visitors at ease, and keep patients on their path to recovery.
If you have any questions, please call us at (480) 448-7500.
Visitation hours are 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Learn about the other restrictions currently in place.
Do you need to request medical records? If so, please call us at (480) 412-5600 or fax a request to (480) 448-7696.
For more than 40 years, Banner Behavioral Health Hospital has provided a nationally recognized, behavioral health care program for children, teens and adults faced with psychiatric, behavioral health, or chemical dependency challenges. We are dedicated to providing safe, confidential and compassionate treatment with customized treatment plans to meet each patient's needs – in the least restrictive therapeutic environment. We also can help patients with co-existing psychiatric and substance abuse problems.
Our staff provides assessments for outpatient treatment, as well as offering Intensive outpatient programs at both our Scottsdale facility and Chandler office for adults and adolescents with chemical dependence or mental health challenges. If you have any questions, please call us at (480) 448-7500 or fax us at (480) 448-7666.