The Middlesex Hospital Center for Behavioral Health is a full service, inpatient and outpatient facility located on the Middlesex Hospital campus in Middletown, Connecticut. Our psychiatrists and mental health care staff provide health services for children, adolescents, and adults on both an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Each behavioral health patient, whether in an inpatient or outpatient program, will get his or her own specialized treatment plan that creates a pathway to recovery. The treatment plan includes the necessary treatments, medications, therapies, and classes that help create positive outcomes in achieving a healthy lifestyle. Each plan will also include a discharge component to help the patient and his or her family continue to maintain a healthy life.
Our attending psychiatrists have comprehensive special training, experience, and interest in such specialized areas as general psychiatry, consultation psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, additions and substance abuse, psychopharmacology, and psychotherapy.
Our Center Offers:
- Comprehensive laboratory service including freezers and centrifuge for clinical trials
- Test article storage is located in the hospital pharmacy in a double-locked, temperature controlled environment
- Dedicated rooms for physical exams and monitors
- EDC capability along with a secure T1 internet service
- A 20-bed Behavioral Health inpatient unit
Family Advocacy Program
Outpatient services are provided for children and adolescents through the Family Advocacy Program, including in-home crisis intervention, case management, parent aides, young parent programs, perinatal support, and teen pregnancy prevention programs. The Outpatient clinic offers treatment in individual, family, and group therapy to meet general adult and senior psychiatric needs.
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
- Day Treatment Program — intensive outpatient services for adults, geriatric patients, and dually-diagnosed patients
- Outpatient Center for Behavioral Health — psychotherapy and medication management for adults
- Family Advocacy Program — mental health treatment for patients under 18 years old and their families
Crisis Assessment and Triage Service (CATS)
The Crisis Assessment and Triage Service (CATS) provides telephone assessments and referrals, immediate crisis intervention counseling and consultation to the Emergency Department at Middlesex Hospital. CATS provides services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.