Depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, mood disorders and other mental health issues can affect a person’s day-to-day functioning, thinking and physical health. For some, these problems can become so disruptive to one’s life that inpatient care is required to keep them safe while they begin treatment with a team of psychiatric specialists.
Temple’s Behavioral Health team works every day to stabilize people in psychiatric crisis and to equip them with the skills and treatment they need to manage their mental health and improve their quality of life.
Compassionate Inpatient Care
Supporting Our Community’s Mental Health
Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus houses all of Temple Health’s behavioral health services. These include:
Long-term and short-term adult psychiatric service
Full-service outpatient program that specializes in psychotherapy and/or medication
Crisis Response Center (a psychiatric emergency service), which helps support people having a mental or behavioral health crisis
TUH – Episcopal Campus’s behavioral health programs serve patients with a wide variety of psychiatric disorders and is staffed by board-certified Temple psychiatrists, psychologists, registered nurses, behavioral health therapists and social workers.
We emphasize family involvement when patients attend support groups centered on mental health issues and addiction.