Behavioral Health

You don’t have to cope with mental health concerns alone. We’ll work with you to create positive change. If you or a loved one are experiencing difficult emotional challenges, our experts can provide compassionate support during times of stressful change and will help you cope more effectively with life issues, mental health distress, instability, and depression. Our care team is led by psychiatrists, psychologists, physician assistants, social workers, counselors, and nurses who are trained to care for people of all ages and abilities.

We’ll work with you to develop a personalized care plan to help restore mental stability and return you to a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

Inpatient Behavioral Health Units

We offer inpatient options for adolescents and adults experiencing emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric issues. Please visit the pages below for more information and the referral process.

Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit Adult Behavioral Health Unit

Hurley Mental Health Associates

Hurley Medical Center’s outpatient mental health clinic, Hurley Mental Health Associates is here for you every step of the way. As one of the largest outpatient mental health clinics in Michigan, we offer highly skilled, culturally diverse professionals who are available to help individuals and families of all ages and abilities in a non-judgmental and caring manner.

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Advanced Neuropsychology & Pediatric Psychology Services (ANPPS)

Hurley Medical Center’s Advanced Neuropsychology & Pediatric Psychology Service Center (formerly Brain Function Assessment Center) offers assessment and treatment services for brain injuries, neuropsychological evaluations for individuals of all ages who are dealing with complex neurologic injuries or illnesses, and psychology services for children and adolescents who are dealing with the effects of chronic medical conditions.

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Are you in crisis or concerned about someone you know?

National Suicide Prevnetion Lifeline

Call or Text the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255

The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is a confidential call-line and text-line, staffed 24/7, to provide crisis intervention, emotional support, problem-solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them.

An online chat option is also available here:

Chat with Lifeline

For deaf or hard of hearing: Call 1-800-799-4889

NOTE: You do not need to be in crisis to utilize these resources.