Acute Psychiatric Care is designed to help young patients (ages 5 to 17) stabilize from an immediate state of crisis through 24-hour care in a safe, therapeutic setting.
The Residential Psychiatric Program treats adolescent males (ages 12 to 17) who do not require acute care but still require 24-hour supervision and active treatment.
Day Treatment is for students between the ages of 12 and 17 who experience emotional disturbance problems at school but do not need 24-hour psychiatric care.
Our staff is comprised of compassionate professionals of multiple disciplines including psychiatry, psychology, social work, nursing and education.
We strive to keep patients, family members and visiting loved ones well informed on the hospital and the behavioral health services we provide.
If you plan to visit a family member or loved one who is staying at the hospital, please read our visitation hours and other helpful information.
The Admissions Department is available to conduct free and confidential assessments and provide crisis intervention, admission and referral services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When outpatient counseling services aren’t enough, we offer in-depth, acute care to patients in need of 24-hour therapeutic services.
Our broad range of treatment programs for children and adolescents are provided in a nurturing, safe environment which promotes self-responsibility and healthy development.
As a supporter of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, we offer evidence-based, educational resources to schools, primary care physicians and emergency personnel.Learn more
Diamond Grove Center is accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed by the state of Mississippi.Learn more