Starting Monday, December 18th – Behavioral Health Youth and Family Services is Moving and Adult Services is expanding!
The mission of the Behavioral Health Department is to provide high quality behavioral services to patients of Confluence Health and to maintain cooperative relations with health care providers.
Behavioral Health services are a collaborative process which may include working with both a therapist and a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner on the care team. A therapist provides counseling services which focus on specific behaviors, emotions or thought processes. A psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner focuses on medications which target specific symptoms, as well as providing brief, solution-focused counseling.
We believe in treating the whole person, and we support the integration of behavioral and biological approaches to behavioral health problems. Confluence Health offers Behavioral Health as both outpatient specialty clinical services and integrated within primary medical care departments. Collaboration between Behavioral Health providers and primary care providers is a priority in order to ensure that all patients receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
Our staff is committed to respecting the dignity and resourcefulness of each individual. We work together with patients to help develop meaningful solutions to their concerns.
Services available include:
School-based Therapy for Youth
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New locations starting Monday, December 18th:
Behavioral Health Youth and Family Services:
Starting the 18th
820 N Chelan Ave.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Located on the Wenatchee Valley Hospital & Clinic Campus – Mares Building, – Basement level
Behavioral Health Adult Services:
630 N. Chelan Ave.
Suites A7 and B7
Wenatchee, WA 98801 Located on the Wenatchee Valley Hospital & Clinics campus.
Take Chelan Avenue from 9th Street.
Get in the right lane.
Pass the main clinic building.
Pass the big parking lot.
Pass a gray building with brown trim (the Bumps building).
Behavioral Health is the next building. Look for a sign that says “630 Place Building.”