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    True Self Intensive Outpatient Program for Young Adults is designed to meet the specific psychological needs of individuals 18 to 26 years old in the LGBTQ communities.

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    True Self IOP
  • Where Do I Go When No One is Listening?

    College Student IOP is designed to meet the specific needs of matriculating college students with mood related issues, such as depression and anxiety.

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    The Partial Hospital program provides expert care that combines home and hospital. Find a program right for you.

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    Butler Hospital's Partial hospital program combines home and hospital for mental health treatment in Rhode Island including a Young Adult mental health program.
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Featured Physician

Gerrit Van Schalkwyk, MD

Gerrit Van Schalkwyk, MD

Gerrit Van Schalkwyk, MD

Dr. Gerrit van Schalkwyk, MBChB, is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, chief of the Adolescent Unit at Butler Hospital and has clinical interests in supporting gender diverse youth, youth with autism spectrum disorders, and young adults.

Phone: 401-455-6200

Announcements

For Alzheimer's Awareness month, the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital is calling on Rhode Islanders to help make Alzheimer’s history with #2020by2020RI campaign

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month, and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, a global leader in Alzheimer's disease research, is using the occasion to call on Rhode Islanders to help make Alzheimer's history through its on-going #2020by2020RI campaign. Details

Butler Hospital’s Dr. Joseph H. Friedman Authors Online Self-Help Articles for Patients with Movement Disorders

Butler Hospital's Joseph H. Friedman, MD, chief of the Movement Disorders Program, Aronson chair of neurodegenerative disorders, neurologist, and professor and chief of the Division of Movement Disorders in the Department of Neurology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University has authored a series of online self-help articles to support patients and their caregivers. Details

Members of Butler Hospital's Psychosocial Research Program Receive National Awards for Suicide Prevention.

The largest private funder of suicide prevention research, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), recently announced 26 new grants totaling over $6.2 million. These grants were awarded to researchers from across the world who focus their work on studies that help us learn more about suicide and how to prevent it. Details


Health and Wellness Information from Care New England

Recent Health and Wellness Blog Posts

Dig Deep: Are You Busy, Bored or Balanced?

Finding the right balance of busy and bored—or downtime—can be difficult. Just as Goldilocks did not like her porridge too hot, or too cold, we can apply this same logic to many aspects of life, this dig deep tip can help you find your balance.

Panic Attack vs. Anxiety

Coping With Anxiety or a Panic Attack

Life seems to be full of things that can trigger stress these days. Learn if you are have anxiety or a panic attack and when seek professional care.

Butler Hospital -Women's Recovery

Empowering Women in Recovery

Recovery is possible. But for women, recovery means so much more than just getting sober. Learn about two programs dedicated to women's recovery needs.

What Gives You Peace of Mind?

What Gives You Peace of Mind?

As a proud sponsor of the third annual PeaceLove Studios mental wellness event, “Peace of Mind Storytellers,” Butler Hospital used the peace of mind theme to ask staff and members of the Facebook community what brought them peace of mind.