Mental health is an essential part to our overall wellness. When someone is struggling with their mental health, it can cause feelings of isolation or fear. Sometimes it feels like there’s nothing that can be done to help the situation.
But nothing could be further from the truth.
Our providers and staff want our patients to know that they are not alone in their mental health challenges, and we provide a wide spectrum of treatment and support that will help our patients take one step closer towards healing. We believe that comprehensive, excellent behavioral health care is a critical aspect to a flourishing life.
At Rockwood Behavioral Health we provide comprehensive, expert treatment for children, adolescents, and adults who are struggling with mental health conditions. We provide short term outpatient counseling services and medication consults to patients within the Rockwood system. We most commonly see patients for the following conditions and challenges:
To learn more about our services, please call our office at (509) 342-3480.
The examples above are needs we most commonly provide care for. Please don’t be discouraged if the need you are experiencing is not listed. Call our office - we are here to help!
Rockwood Behavioral Health provides mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults. At this time, we are accepting new patients within the Rockwood system. To schedule an appointment please call our clinic at (509) 342-3480 or your primary care doctor can help make a referral to our department.
The first step for all new patients is to complete an intake interview over the phone with our case manager. This usually takes no longer than ten minutes. The intake interview helps us gather a better understanding of your specific needs and which provider in our clinic will be the best fit for you. After that, we call and assist you in scheduling your first appointment. Your very first appointment can last between 1-2 hours depending on the provider you are seeing. We will send you a new patient packet that contains our location, parking information, and paperwork for you to complete before your first visit. To view the new patient paperwork, please view the new patient forms above.
For patients 5-12 years of age, parents can complete an intake interview on their behalf. Once a patient is 13 or older, the patient will be required to complete the intake themselves. Washington State Law allows teenagers 13 years and older to have confidential appointments to discuss mental health without parental consent or knowledge. Our staff and providers are not legally allowed to speak with the parent of a child 13 and older without the child’s consent. This does include scheduling appointments. We understand this can be frustrating for parents, however, we strive to provide care in an atmosphere of understanding, while protecting the confidentially and trust of all our patients. If you have questions regarding this law please call our office.
We understand that it can sometimes be overwhelming when looking for behavioral health services. We want to make it as easy as possible for you or a loved one to seek treatment.
Regional Crisis Line — 1 (877) 266-1818
National Suicide Prevention — 1 (800) 273-8255
Domestic Abuse Hotline —1 (800) 799-7233
Veterans Crisis Line — 1 (800) 273-8255
24 Hour Crime Victim Crisis Line — (509) 751-7119
24 Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line — (509) 624-7273
Inland NW Behavioral Health Hospital — (509) 992-1888
Rockwood Behavioral Health partners with the following organizations to help provide quality mental health services to the Spokane region.
Frontier Behavioral Health – ( 509) 838-4651
Lutheran Community Services NW – (509) 747-8224
Excelsior Youth Center – (509) 559-3100
If after your intake we are unable to serve your needs we will assist you in finding care outside of Rockwood Clinic. We also suggest looking at www.psychologytoday.com to help you in your search.
If you have questions about services offered at Rockwood Behavioral Health, or would like to make an appointment, we are available to help.
Phone: (509) 342-3480
Fax: (509) 342-3481
Hours of Operation
Deaconess Medical Office Building
801 W 5th Ave
Spokane, WA 99204
A mental health crisis happens when a person experiences a serious emotional disturbance. People in crisis need immediate help to prevent their situation from getting worse or becoming an emergency. People experiencing a mental health crisis may:
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call:
If you or someone you know is expressing active suicidal or homicidal intent, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.
Our team includes state-certified mental health professionals and clinical mental health experts. Working side by side, they deliver compassionate care while honoring our patient’s confidentially.