Behavioral Medicine

Black people and emotions, portrait of depressed senior man with glasses looking at camera. Copy spaceOne of the state’s largest behavioral health facilities, St. Anthony’s Behavioral Medicine Center exists to help heal your mind, spirit and body. Whether you have a child who needs inpatient therapy, a parent who needs help coping with the symptoms associated with aging, or a friend who needs drug or alcohol treatment, we’re here. Our programs address behavioral health issues for all ages.

Our simple, one-step solution can get you or your loved one the help you need. Use our referral service available 24 hours a day for personal, one-on-one advice about finding the most appropriate level of care needed or resources that can help.

24-Hour: 405-272-6216
Toll Free: 800-851-0888

We offer behavioral health services on two hospital campuses.

In Edmond, Oklahoma, St. Anthony also offers intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs for adults and seniors. These programs are designed to help those dealing with grief, trauma, depression, anxiety, anger control problems, panic attacks, poor overall functions and other mental health issues. The programs offer support and treatment to enable the patient the opportunity to continue to function at home and within the community. Outpatient Behavioral Health Edmond is located at 416 W. 15th Street, Building 700, Edmond, OK 73013. View map. For more information, call 405-513-8741.

Behavioral Medicine Center Programs

St. Anthony’s Behavioral Medicine Center, licensed for 272 inpatient beds, is equipped to serve the community with a variety of resources and options:

Our programs include:

  • ACCENTs Program for developmentally delayed/mentally ill youth
  • Adult inpatient program
  • Geriatric Diagnostic Center*
  • Human Restoration Program
  • Outpatient Medication Clinic*
  • Edmond Outpatient Behavioral Health
  • Positive Outcomes Program for male juvenile sexual offenders, ages 13 – 17*
  • SHARE Adult Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Stages, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient mental health services*
  • START Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program*

*Located at St. Anthony South Behavioral Medicine Center, SW 59th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue

In a Crisis

You can’t know when you’ll be overcome by depression, anxiety, overwhelming grief, or by family problems bigger than you can handle on your own. Even when we can see trouble looming on the horizon, no one ever thinks it’s really going to happen to them. And, even when problems do sweep us away, it’s hard to know when or how or where it’s okay to ask for help.

We offer a simple, one-step solution. Our Behavioral Medicine Center referral service can give you personal, one-on-one advice 24 hours a day about finding your most appropriate level of care or resource for mental health services. Call us. We’re here for you.

24-Hour: 405-272-6216
Toll Free: 800-851-0888

Adults

Life presents all of us with challenges. Everyone copes differently. Our Behavioral Medicine Center can help you get your life back on your own right track.

Inpatient mental health services for adults ages 18 to 55 are available at both the Midtown and South Campuses.  These programs are designed to provide individuals a comprehensive assessment, evaluation, and treatment for individuals requiring a safe, secure environment due to suicidal or homicidal behaviors.  The program offers a wide range of therapeutic activities, individual, family and group therapy as well as discharge planning. Call 405-272-6216, option 1, for more information or to schedule an appointment for an assessment.

SHARE Program
An Intensive Outpatient Program, SHARE offers education and group therapy in three hour sessions, open five days per week.  The number of sessions is determined by individual needs.  The Partial Hospitalization Program is a more structured program, providing five hours of therapy per day, Monday through Friday, with the primary intention of preventing hospitalization. For information, call 405-272-6216, option 1.

Geriatric Diagnostic Center
The golden years should be a time to relax and enjoy life. Unfortunately, they can also be a period of loss, grief, anxiety, and depression as we cope with change. Meeting the challenges of aging requires great courage…and sometimes a helping hand.Inpatient hospitalization programs offer comprehensive mental health diagnosis and treatment for senior adults so they may live fuller lives with greater independence.  Using a multidisciplinary approach, symptoms of emotional, psychiatric, behavioral and stress related problems are treated to improve quality of life and relationships.  Call 405-713-5733 to schedule a pre-screening and evaluation.

Children and Teens

Depression, anxiety and other behavioral issues affect people of all ages. Even children and teenagers experience phases of life where they could use a little help sorting things out. We’ve designed several programs specifically to meet your kids’ unique needs.

St. Anthony is one of the few behavioral medicine centers in the state offering comprehensive treatment programs tailored for children suffering from depression and behavioral health problems, among other mental health issues. All of our programs provide an age appropriate environment for the identification, evaluation and treatment of your child or adolescent.  Our campus facilities include a full court gym, secure outdoor courtyards, a theatre, library, computer lab, game room and classrooms for daily school work.  Certified teachers are provided by the Oklahoma City Public Schools.

Call now:  405-272-6216
Toll free:   800-851-0888

ACCENTs Program

A unique program designed for youth who are facing the dual challenge of living with developmental disabilities accompanied by mental or behavioral problems, the program evaluates and treats males and females ages 10 – 17 who are diagnosed with mental illness along with an IQ between 45 – 70. Focus is placed on self-care, management of behavior, community living skills, functional academics, leisure time enjoyment, rehabilitative learning activities and individual, group and family therapy. Call 405-272-6216 for more information.

Human Restoration Program

St. Anthony provides this program that specializes in the treatment of resistive adolescent males and females ages 12 – 17. Treatment is cognitive-behavioral in nature working to improve the patient’s negative self-talk, thinking errors and problematic behaviors and establishing positive alternative behaviors. Goals include helping patients change communication patterns and rebuilding relationships with their families and others. Call 405-272-4932 for more information.

Positive Outcomes Program

This program is designed for male juvenile sexual offenders ages 13 – 17. The program safely supervises the patient while providing treatment for their dysfunctional behavior. This program has video monitoring system and high staff to patient ratio. Using treatment protocols, the goal is to help the patient internalize empathy, behavioral changes, sexual attitudes and values that will empower him to responsibly manage and control sexual deviant thoughts and behaviors. Contact 405-713-5780 to schedule an evaluation.

Geriatric Diagnostic Center

The “senior years” present unique challenges, especially for senior adults facing mental health challenges. Depression, anxiety, dementia and other mental health struggles complicate the “normal” health issues already associated with aging, both for us…and for our families.

St. Anthony’s Geriatric Diagnostic Center helps seniors live fuller lives with greater independence. At the St. Anthony South campus, we offer 24-hour inpatient care for a full range of mental health issues, as well as medical issues that may develop during a stay. We also offer partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient medication management.

Inpatient hospitalization programs offer comprehensive mental health diagnosis and treatment for senior adults. Using a multidisciplinary approach, symptoms of emotional, psychiatric, behavioral and stress related problems are treated to improve quality of live and relationships. Call (405) 713-5733 for pre-screening and to schedule an evaluation.
Outpatient Medication Clinic
This clinic provides patients with medication evaluations and follow-up visits conducted by a psychiatrist. Evaluations are provided for adults (age 17+) and senior adults. Psychiatrists are available for appointments Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm. Please call the office during normal business hours or between 9 to 11 am on Friday to schedule an appointment. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 405-713-5790.

Stages
An alternative to – or a step down from – inpatient care, Stages offers a unique pairing of partial hospitalization with intensive outpatient treatment in a highly structured environment that includes individualized treatment planning, therapeutic milieu, individual and group therapy, enrichment activities, medication management, patient-specific consulting, and comprehensive discharge planning. Transportation provided within 20 miles of the hospital, and Stages is covered by Medicare. For more information, call 405-713-5726.

By combining specialized services with a multidisciplinary approach, we can accurately diagnose and treat not only your immediate problems, but even minimize the effects of chronic conditions.

The Treatable Signs of Aging
Seniors’ symptoms often indicate emotional, psychiatric, behavioral or stress-related issues, which may be medical, psychological, or a combination of both. Once considered “normal signs of aging,” many mental health challenges are actually symptoms of treatable conditions. With proper diagnosis and treatment, we can help seniors improve their quality of life and restore relationships with friends and loved ones.

Common Mental Health Challenges and Their Symptoms

Depression

  • Feelings of worthlessness or helplessness
  • Change in appetite or sleep habits
  • Loss of interest in loved ones, friends or pleasurable activities
  • Irritability or prolonged sadness

Anxiety

  • Nervousness
  • Dread or fear
  • Obsessive-compulsive behaviors
  • Racing heart, increased blood pressure, hyperventilation
  • Phobias and panic disorders

Dementia

  • Confusion or disorientation
  • Memory loss

Psychiatric Disorders

  • Delusions (false beliefs)
  • Hallucinations
  • Inappropriate actions or emotional responses

Many Disciplines Mean Better Care
We selected our Geriatric Diagnostic Center’s team of licensed, certified specialists from a variety of disciplines. Our professionals work with you—and coordinate with each other—to custom design a comprehensive treatment plan specifically for you:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Medical Physicians
  • Social Workers
  • Nurses
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Activity Therapists

We encourage your admitting physician, other involved professionals, and your loved ones to participate throughout your stay.

Information/Referrals: 405-713-5733

Behavioral Medicine Staff

Our staff includes professionals from a variety of disciplines, trained, licensed and certified to bring you the very best in behavioral medicine:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Nurses, RNs and LPNs
  • Consulting Psychologists
  • Licensed Clinical Social Workers
  • Licensed Professional Counselors
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Mental Health Technicians
  • Pastoral Care Staff
  • Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors
  • Certified Recreational Therapists
  • Certified Occupational Therapists

Accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed by the Oklahoma State Department of Health

 

Locations

  1. St. Anthony Behavioral Medicine Center
    1000 N. Lee, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
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  2. St. Anthony South
    2129 SW 59th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73119
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  3. St. Anthony South Geriatric Diagnostic Center
    2129 SW 59th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73119
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  4. St. Anthony Outpatient Behavioral Health Edmond
    416 W. 15th Street, Building 700, Edmond, OK 73013
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