FAQ Patient Information
At Sana Behavioral Health, we care about your patient care experience. Here are a few frequently asked questions that may help.
What makes Sana Behavioral Health different?
Medical, or general, hospitals provide emergency and non-emergency care for people with a variety of ailments. Our facility helps assess and provide specialized treatment for mental illness, behavioral concerns, grief, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, addictions, PTSD and mood disorders. Our attending, board certified psychiatrist is specialized with geriatric treatments and medication management for the aging adult 45+.
When is it time for me, or a loved one, to come to Sana Behavioral Health?
If you are afraid that you, or your loved one, may hurt yourself (or someone else), or attempt suicide, it is time to get help. You can come to our facility any time of the day or night. Or call our 24/7 patient helpline at 725-605-0310 for a free, confidential assessment.
Can you treat addictions or substance abuse?
Our certified staff provide trauma-informed, evidence-based treatments for addictions, detox therapies to assist with recovery and a life of wellbeing when you are discharged. Please bring a list of medications you are taking with you to your assessment. This will help your assigned case manager and social worker with the proper steps to recovery.
Our clinicians provide individual, group and family therapy sessions with wrap around services for long-term recovery programs upon discharge.
What if I have special dietary needs?
During the patient assessment, we discuss if you have special dietary needs or requests. We provide an on-staff dietician to help identify a proper, healthy food protocol during your stay at Sana Behavioral Health.