Depend on Caldwell UNC Health Care in Lenoir, North Carolina for hospital treatment of adult behavioral health conditions starting in spring 2020.
If you need immediate help for emotional distress or suicidal thoughts, go to the Caldwell UNC emergency room for access to mental health care.
Behavioral Health at Caldwell UNC
The freestanding Jonas Hill Hospital and Clinic building at Caldwell UNC will have 27 beds for adult behavioral health care. Construction began in March 2019. The targeted opening is spring 2020.
Conditions We’ll Treat in 2020
Turn to Caldwell UNC for a wide range of adult behavioral health services in spring 2020. Find hospital care and treatment for:
Help for Suicidal Thoughts
Call 911 for rapid access to local emergency medical care.
Get free, confidential support 24/7 by calling the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-TALK (8255).
Take steps to get help if you, a friend, or family member is in distress. Call 911 in a medical emergency. You can trust our capable emergency care team at Caldwell UNC to help stabilize the situation.
Suicide Warning Signs
Understand the warning signs of suicide if you’re worried about a friend or family member:
- Behavioral changes related to a painful event, loss, or change
- Depressed or anxious mood
- Feelings of hopelessness or being trapped
- Giving away personal belongings or prized possessions
- Irritability and aggression
- Loss of interest in the future
- Talking about suicide
- Withdrawing from friends, family, and activities
Community Mental Health Resources
Find help to manage mental health conditions through community resources, such as:
- VayaHealth – Managed care organization for behavioral health in Caldwell and surrounding counties
- RHA Health Care Caldwell C3 Comprehensive Care Center – Mental health services for all ages. Call 828-394-5563 or walk in for care weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- RHA Mobile Crisis Services (MCM) – Mental health professionals available 24/7 to come to you for an evaluation. Call 1-888-573-1006.