Harrington’s Behavioral Health Department can help find the right treatment for individuals of all ages.
We approach mental health disorders and addiction therapy through multidisciplinary programs with a focus on the whole person – a complete continuum of care.
See: Our Behavioral Health Model
Our caring and dedicated staff of therapists, clinicians and psychiatrists are here to help. We provide care school-aged children through seniors.
Our clinicians are trained in the latest therapies to help adult patients deal with anxiety, depression, panic disorders, trauma and other cognitive behavioral issues.
Our child and family and school-based services provide clinical counseling and therapy for children under the age of 18. Our child and adolescent team offers a range of treatment approaches, including play therapy, art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and family treatment.
Services are available in English and Spanish. We accept most forms of insurance, and payment arrangements are available.
The opioid epidemic has been on a steady rise over the past several years. The number of heroin users, for instance, spiked 230 percent from 404,000 users in 2002 to 948,000 in 2016, according to a report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
At Harrington, we’re here to help you make the first step and guide you on a path to success. Our programs include intensive outpatient therapy, diagnostic evaluations, day and evening individual and group therapy, DUI classes, family addiction support group, Suboxone program and psychiatric medication management.
In Southbridge, our 14-bed adult psychiatric unit provides expert diagnosis and treatment with a team of experienced and compassionate clinicians, nurses, social workers and counselors. We will also connect you with occupational and other therapists as needed.
Webster’s Co-Occurring Disorders unit is a 16-bed adult unit that treats mental health and substance use disorders simultaneously. We work in conjunction with our Partial Hospitalization Program and other step-down models of care to transition the patient back to day-to-day activities.