Struggling with depression, anxiety or substance use?
At Butler Hospital we offer real help tailored for people who need an intensive level of care, but don’t need to be in the hospital overnight. Through our partial hospital programs, you’ll receive individualized treatment through daily meetings with your therapist and specialized care from your doctor.
The skills-based treatment for men and women ranging in age 18 years or older provide a confidential, supportive and structured environment. Monday through Friday, approximately 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., patients attend the program that is best suited to their needs. In the evening and on weekends, patients return home and immediately put into practice in their day-to-day lives the new skills as they are learning them.
Call us today. For admissions information, our CNE Behavioral Health Services Call Center is available 24/7 at 1 (844) 401-0111.
We now offer personalized programming each day
When you’re ready, we’re ready. We now offer program scheduling that is adapted to the needs of the patient group on a daily basis. This allows our clinical team to select therapies that will work best to address the matters of group whether it’s emotional problems, work-related issues, relationship problems, or psychiatric disorders including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Learn more about our program options and feel confident that our experienced team will help you determine which may work best for you:
We’re here to help you make a positive change in your life
Call us today. Our patient assessment team will assist you through the process. We accept most major insurances and we have payment plan options. For admissions information, our CNE Behavioral Health Services Call Center is available 24/7 at 1 (844) 401-0111.
Physicians and clinicians, you may fax us a completed Patient Referral Form or a representative at our Call Center will also assist you in starting the admissions process.
Short-term partial hospital care has been found to be an effective alternative to inpatient treatment in reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety, psychosis and substance abuse.