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Restoring Hope, Healing Lives

Mental health assessments are offered 24/7 at no cost to you.
Newport News Behavioral Health Center, located in Newport News, Virginia, provides quality mental health treatment for boys and girls, ages 8 to 17, in a therapeutic environment.
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Inpatient Programs

Our acute inpatient unit provides crisis intervention support to boys and girls, ages 8 to 17, who experience psychiatric distress that requires immediate attention.

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Professional Referrals

If you are a medical professional looking to make a referral to Newport News Behavioral Health Center, please call 757-888-0400. Assessments and referrals are available 24/7.

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Residential Treatment

Newport News Behavioral Health Center offers longer-term psychiatric residential treatment to patients ages 11 to 21 with a primary psychiatric diagnosis. It is designed for youth who have not experienced success in lesser levels of care.

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Sexual Offenders Program

One of the largest treatment programs of its kind in Virginia, Project Valor is our treatment and rehabilitation program for male sexual offenders between the ages 11 of 17.

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Comprehensive Assessment Program

The Comprehensive Assessment Program (CAP) is a program that provides thorough evaluation and treatment for patients with complex symptoms.

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Substance Abuse Program

Newport News Behavioral Health Center provides intensive substance abuse treatment within our co-occurring disorders program for males and females, ages 11 to 18.

Services

Newport News Behavioral Health Center offers inpatient acute care for children as young as 8 and residential care for children as young as 11.

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Newport News Behavioral Health Center provides a number of services for adolescents, including specialized substance abuse and sex offender programs.

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Newport News Behavioral Health Center is a TRICARE®-certified treatment facility that is proudly committed to serving the children of military families.

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Patient Stories

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"While we do not know how this pandemic will ultimately impact the U.S., we do know that the number of suicides has increased over the past few months, as have calls to help lines," says Karen E. Johnson, Senior Vice President, Clinical Services, Universal Health Services, Inc. Behavioral Health. "Do you know someone who may need help? Reach out, direct them to a crisis line or to a behavioral health provider."
Suicide Prevention Help Lines:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)'
The Trevor Project Lifeline for LGBTQ Youth at 1-866-488-7386
Veterans Crisis Line for Members of our U.S. Military at 1-800-273-8255 (and press 1)

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Newport News Behavioral Health Center

Newport News Behavioral Health Center

17579 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23603
Local Phone 757-888-0400Toll-Free Phone 800-697-0999