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Behavioral Health

Last Updated Tuesday, February 25, 2014 9:27:08 AM


The difficulty of experiencing an acute mental health crisis can be compounded by the fear that safe, confidential and quality treatment may not be easily accessible.

At El Camino Hospital, we've worked hard to create a comfortable and caring environment where patients feel well treated. Our large outdoor patio, our respectful and professional staff, and our separate treatment environments help patients feel secure and that their mental health needs are being attended to.

El Camino Hospital also provides extensive behavioral health services, including:

  • Acute inpatient psychiatry
  • Acute psychiatric partial hospitalization
  • Addiction services program
  • After-school program interventions and resiliency education (ASPIRE), an outpatient mental health program for teens
  • Dual-diagnosis program
  • Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
  • Maternal outreach mood services (MOMS)
  • Older-adult transition services (OATS), an outpatient mental health program for older adults

Contacting Behavioral Health Services

In an emergency, please go to your nearest emergency department or call 911. Individuals interested in our services, please contact your physician or mental health provider. For a free physician referral call the El Camino Hospital Health Line at 800-216-5556.

Behavioral Health Services is located on our Mountain View campus:

El Camino Hospital
2500 Grant Road
Moutain View, CA 94040

If you are a healthcare provider who would like to refer a patient, please call 650-940-7291 or toll-free 866-789-6089.

Additional On-Line Resources

The following links will take you to the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) website. These links are provided for your convenience and point to questionnaires that may help you communicate your symptoms to your health care professional.

 

After-School Program Interventions and Resiliency Education

Michael Fitzgerald, director of Behavioral Health for El Camino Hospital
Watch this video on ASPIRE (After-School Program Interventions and Resiliency Education), our program for teens. ASPIRE was created to fill a need in the Silicon Valley community for effective treatment for youth with anxiety, depression or other symptoms related to a mental health condition.

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Behavioral Health - Overview of Services

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Pregnancy & Postpartum
Resiliency Circle

image of mother and babyThis six week class is offered to pregnant women and mothers of infants. Classes focus on building resilience and coping skills for women who may be experiencing high levels of stress or are concerned about developing postpartum depression. Learn more...

Registration
To register call 650-962-5745
Participants may join at any time, all topics repeat on a six week cycle.
Cost: $25 suggested one-time donation for food and materials

Date & Time

Wednesdays
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Location
El Camino Hospital - Los Gatos
825 Pollard Road, Suite 201
Los Gatos, CA 95032