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Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Behavioral Health Unit offers Mental Health Treatment services in Valencia, CA

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Behavioral Health Unit is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Behavioral Health Unit, you may contact their Valencia offices via phone at 661-200-1538 x1538.

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Michael Jamal Johnson

2017-11-27 18:33:27 via Google

Everyone needs to stop writing bad reviews on this place. The Henry Mayo Behavior Unit is a great place to be when you are in a bad situation. They helped me get through my depression by guiding me through my emotions. They have a great staff morning and evening. I thank you for helping me.

Livia Westover

2018-02-24 10:59:55 via Google

Unfortunately or perhaps fortunately, I've had several 72-hour psychiatric holds where a social worker, nurse, or other clinician diagnosed me to be a danger to myself or others. In other words, I was feeling like giving up, having suicidal ideation. However as far as the psych wards go, this one is very clean, well-staffed, professional, and a great place to regroup and get your mind straightened out. I've stayed in county facilities that were more like One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest type of facilities. This is not at all like that. This is just a regular hospital environment with people watching over you and watching out for you. Dr. Arjun Reyes, and Senior Dr. Reyes are very good psychiatrists. There aren't a bunch of crazy people running around acting like lunatics. The 3 meals and 3 snacktimes are above average in quality and more than enough to satisfy everyone. The rooms are semi-private and most have bathrooms inside the room. However, the showers are located elsewhere, but at least they are clean and tidy, not grungy. A social worker works with you to determine a plan of action or what you going to do when you get out. This is very helpful if you need substance abuse in or outpatient rehab, or therapy or support groups of any sort. This is a very resourceful, professional, therapeutic environment. I highly recommend it to anyone that's struggling with severe depression. Don't give up. Reach out. There is help available if you need it, and this is the place to go. This is the Camp Snoopy of psychiatric facilities. I've been to the scary nut wards. This one is not scary- it's a walk in the park, a mental vacation. 5-star Behavioral Health Unit. Just a sidenote, once you're admitted, you do have to use a payphone to make most outgoing calls but they will let you use the hospital phone to let your family members know you're there and what your situation is., Your family and friends can come visit you during visiting hours (i believe visiting is about 90 minutes twice daily- mornings and evenings) . But beware, if you are still feeling pretty hopeless or crazy after 3 days, they can and will extend your stay if need be, so it's in your best interest to take advantage of the resources and try to dig yourself out of the mental hole and get better. That's what you're there for. Getting better and recovering is the whole point, and Henry Mayo's BHU is a great place to begin that journey.

Sandy R.

2020-12-06 20:43:53 via Yelp

My husband was hospitalized for covid19 and all the personal was very nice and he was on the best hands. He keep talking about the best care from Christ...

Fridate Angel A.

2021-02-20 14:50:11 via Yelp

I just gave birth here on February 16th and every single person I came in contact with was amazing, but in particular, the nurses were incredible! Nurse...

Carol P.

2020-12-28 12:45:58 via Yelp

Kudos to the t4 Covid unit, both the day and evening shifts. My son was admitted 2 weeks ago today with Covid and pneumonia. He was in critical condition(...

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