At Bon Secours Virginia, we can help you deal with the stress of modern life. And, we know a lot exists. More than ever, young women are trying to balance school, work and home responsibilities. Teenagers often face relationship issues that can influence emotional growth. These include domestic violence, physical assault and the illness or death of a loved one. Plus, changes in physical health can profoundly affect emotional health. Depression, anxiety and eating disorders affect young women more than often than men.
We give girls and women a safe place and the skills needed for positive life changes. Our care team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.
They can help you with:
- General depression
- Depression associated with pregnancy and childbirth
- Bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Eating disorders
- Weight and stress management
- Substance abuse
Bon Secours Virginia has a 32-bed inpatient psychiatric facility at St. Mary’s Hospital and another 40-bed one at Richmond Community Hospital. Both offer acute and long-term care.
To learn more about behavioral health services at Bon Secours, call 804-359-WELL.
For a list of Bon Secours behavioral health specialists, click here.