Many things can make us feel bad. You go to the doctor if you have a broken bone or an infection to get treatment to feel better. If you feel bad because of your emotions, your thoughts, the way you act, or other problems in your life, behavioral health services may make you feel better.
Let your medical provider know that you feel bad. Everyone has problems sometimes, and it is smart to take charge and ask for help. Your provider will know if behavioral health services might help you.
Keystone’s Behavioral Health Program Offers
- Individual and family counseling with licensed therapists
- Psychiatric evaluations for children and adults
- Medication management with psychiatrists
- 24-hour crisis intervention services (located in an office in the Chambersburg Hospital’s Emergency Department)