The "Big Red One" Hospital
Behavioral health issues do not discriminate: they can occur in anyone’s life. Whether you are active duty, family member or other beneficiary, behavioral health care at Irwin Army Community Hospital is delivered in a compassionate manner designed to aid in recovery. Individual or group counseling is designed to help patients get through life’s behavioral challenges.
Inpatient Behavioral Health
The Inpatient Behavioral Health program focuses on acute, short-term crisis stabilization for individuals experiencing acute crises. The program includes individualized treatment planning with a multi-disciplinary approach, and discharge planning with continuity of care in the Behavioral Health System of Care to include outpatient services and intensive outpatient programs.
We are committed to providing excellent, multi–tiered behavioral health services in a comfortable and safe therapeutic setting. The behavioral health care team consists of psychiatrists, social workers, psychology techs, and nursing staff that will work with patients to assist them in learning new coping strategies and enhanced life skills.
Our goal of patient centered care includes psychiatric assessment, medication management, and therapeutic interventions. Patients will receive individual and group interventions as outlined by their individualized treatment plans. Inpatient services are available for eligible Active Duty Service Members, retirees, and family members (beneficiaries) who are over the age of 18 and meet admission criteria.
Inpatient Behavioral Health is located on the 4th floor. Visiting hours are Monday - Friday, 5 - 7:30 pm; and weekends and federal holidays, 11 am - 1 pm and 5 - 7:30 pm.
For more information, call (785) 239-7000.