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Port St. Lucie Hospital
Port St. Lucie Hospital


Port St. Lucie Behavioral Hospital
Port St. Lucie Behavioral Hospital

Welcome to Port St. Lucie Behavioral Hospital

The Treasure Coast’s Adult Mental Health & Co-Occuring Substance Abuse Center for Treatment

Port St. Lucie Hospital is a 75-bed, inpatient mental health facility located on 20 acres near the beautiful Savannas Preserve.

Situated in the heart of St. Lucie County, our retreat-like environment provides a tranquil setting in which our patients can heal. We offer 24-hour mental health services provided by licensed professionals in various disciplines. The hospital has varying programs that can be tailored to patient needs, as well as the traditional 28-day inpatient treatment program for patients with dual diagnosis issues.

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Port St. Lucie Hospital is a state-licensed, Medicare-approved and Joint Commission (JACHO) Accredited facility. Self-pay and Medicare clients are welcome. Service agreements are currently being prepared to accommodate private insurance plans.

Medicare and most HMO’s and PPO’s are accepted and financial arrangements for self-pay may also be made.

We Accept Most Major Insurances

Programs & Services

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Adult Mental Health Program

We provide the highest quality assessment, diagnosis, stabilization, and evidence-based treatment for adults with acute psychiatric issues who need inpatient treatment or partial hospitalization.

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Dual Diagnosis Program

We recognize that many of our patients who need addiction treatment also struggle with untreated or undiagnosed mental health disorders. There is a close relationship between mental health and addiction. In fact, approximately half of people who have a substance use disorder also have at least one other mental illness.

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Crisis Care Services | Emergency Care

We accomplish this goal by creating an individualized treatment plan during your crisis. Our expert team of mental health professionals guide patients through a variety of crisis care treatment modalities.

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Family Behavioral Health Services

Discover hope and healing with our Family Behavioral Health Services program at Port St. Lucie Behavioral Hospital. We provide comprehensive support for families on their journey to recovery and improved mental well-being. Get the care and guidance you need to rebuild your life together.

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Senior Adult Program

The Senior Adult Program at Port St. Lucie Behavioral Hospital is dedicated to providing specialized behavioral health therapies for senior and older adult patients. It recognizes that aging can bring about complex challenges, which may lead to unsettling or distressing emotions.

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Partial Hospitalization Program

Port St. Lucie Hospital’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) provides treatment for individuals dealing with medical, emotional, and psychiatric issues.

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Port St. Lucie Hospital has programs that address a broad spectrum of mental health issues. Crisis care services are also available for patients in acute crisis who require immediate assistance in a secure and structured environment.

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Not ready to call? Use the form below and one of our admission specialists will be in touch within 24 hours. Please note: For medical emergencies, please call 911. For other urgent matters, please call our dmissions line (419) 968-2950. Submissions after-hours, weekends, or holidays may experience a longer response time.

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Testimonial

“I have been trying to find help for someone very closed to my heart. Due to different circumstances, it has been extremely difficult to find a facility. When I called Port St. Lucie Hospital, I was able to talk to Mark in admissions, who from the very beginning has been very helpful, welcoming and understanding. I explained the tough circumstances, and his wonderful and compassionate attitude really made a difference. He has been very patient, caring, professional, and understanding throughout the process, and I just can’t thank him enough for all he has done so far. Mark, thank you for helping change people’s lives for the better! You are a big asset for Port St Lucie Hospital, and for our community in general.”

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Anonymous – Patient

FAQ

  • Do you take insurance?

    Yes, we do take insurance, give us a call for a free insurance verification.

  • Will my family be involved in my treatment?

    Family involvement is an integral component of an effective treatment program.Though every recovery experience is unique and personal, most effective treatment programs will encourage strong family involvement.

  • What are the visiting hours at Port St. Lucie Hospital?

    Behavioral Services visiting hours:
    Wed 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Sat 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
    Sunday 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

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