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Learn about Mental and Behavioral Health

  • Belmont Behavioral Health believes that patients and those who care about them should be knowledgeable about their mental illness and treatment plans.

    Belmont Behavioral Health's covered walkway

    Services for All Who Need Them

    Services at Belmont are offered to all persons without preference or limitation based on the patient’s age, race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual preference, disability or source of payment. Multiple therapies and rehabilitative service options are available for Belmont patients.


    Belmont accepts all major forms of insurance.

    Patient Resources

    Just as a a medical health advance directive and power attorney help you plan for a physical illness, documents specific to mental health issues play an important role in your care:

    As a Belmont patient, you have access to the lending library at the Freda Kraftskow Sachs Family Resource Center.

    Family Resources

    Family members are encouraged to learn more about their loved one’s condition from these regional and national mental health resources.

    Mental Health Professional Resources

    Belmont has provided a checklist to help mental health professionals ensure timely treatment.

    Belmont prides itself on providing thorough educational opportunities through student internships.

    75 Years of Serving You

    In 2012 we celebrated Belmont’s 75th anniversary. Read about our milestones.

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    Accreditation & Partnerships

    Belmont Behavioral Health Seal

    Joint commission gold seal


    • Department of Health (DOH)
    • Department of Public Welfare (DPW)
    • Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure (DDAPL)
    • Bureau of Drug and Alcohol (BDAP)

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