Vallejo Mental Health Services

Adventist Health Vallejo has been a leader in providing psychiatric and mental health services for more than 30 years. We provide compassionate care and offer dignity and respect to each individual while focusing on their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual needs. From the moment you enter treatment, our goal is to begin the healing process through one of our structured therapeutic programs.

Adventist Health Vallejo is a 61-bed psychiatric hospital and is part of Adventist Health St. Helena. We offer complete inpatient and outpatient behavioral health programs and services.

Located in Vallejo, California, we also offer short-term psychiatric care for children, adolescents and adults and partial hospitalization services for adults who are experiencing psychiatric problems or are dependent on alcohol, drugs or prescription medications.

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Solutions for all every kind of personality

Because different mental health conditions require different approaches, we offer a wide range of programs to provide personalized treatment.

A teen battling depression has different needs than an adult struggling with anxiety or an older adult facing depression. Our care is specialized for each patient’s unique needs. Our personalized care is designed to address the unique challenges faced by people in various stages of life.

To learn more, call (707) 649-4925.

Our treatments include:

  • Adolescent program:
    Our adolescent program offers treatment for young people who face anxiety, depression or other symptoms related to a mental health condition.
  • Adult mood disorder program:
    The adult mood program provides short-term, goal-oriented treatment for people experiencing significant symptoms of anxiety and depression. This includes intensive outpatient program and/or a partial hospitalization program.
  • Children’s program:
    Our children’s program offers treatment for children who face anxiety, depression or other symptoms related to a mental health condition.
  • Continuing care program:
    The continuing care program provides outpatient day treatment for adults managing severe, persistent mental illnesses.
  • Inpatient psychiatric care:
    Inpatient care is designed to help adults who are going through an acute psychiatric crisis.
  • Senior mental health program:
    The senior mental health program provides support and treatment for seniors ages 55 and older who haven’t responded to individual outpatient therapy and need a higher level of care.