Behavioral Health Services
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center provides a continuum of mental health services including an inpatient program, Insights, and an outpatient program, Reflections.
Insights is a 15-bed geriatric psychiatric unit located within Natchitoches Regional Medical Center that provides specialized mental health services to individuals ages 50 and above who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms such as changes in mood, behavior and thought, and cognitive disorders.
- Private patient rooms
- Individual, group, activity, education and family therapy
- Medication management
- Comprehensive discharge planning
- Multi-disciplinary treatment team meetings
Along with our highly qualified psychiatry team, Insights also addresses medical issues under the guidance of consulting medical physicians. Insights provide confidential pre-admission screenings and transportation to and from the unit.
For more information, please call 318.214.4380.
A structured outpatient program, Reflections offers group, individual, education and family therapy as part of the comprehensive treatment program led by a multidisciplinary team, comprised of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, and master’s level psychotherapists.
The program’s purpose is to provide quality behavioral health services and to prevent hospitalization and/or assist in the management of mental health issues to enhance an individual’s quality of life.
The program offers confidential pre-admission screenings and also assists in matching the individual to the appropriate community resources. Transportation to and from the program and health snacks and dietician-approved lunch are provided daily.
The program serves individuals who are 21 years of age and older, who are medically stable, and who are not actively suicidal or homicidal or experiencing significant memory loss.
We serve those experiencing:
- Anxiety, excessive worries, or panic
- Severe mood swings
- Hallucinations or delusions
- Sleep or appetite disturbances
- Other mood, behavioral and thought disorders
For more information, please call 318.238.3696