Appalachian Regional Behavioral Health
A part of Cannon Memorial Hospital
Sad? Depressed? Overwhelmed? We can help.
Telehealth is now available. You may be able to visit with your healthcare provider from the safety of your own home! Call (828) 737-7888 to schedule an appointment. No referral needed.
The outpatient behavioral health program of Cannon Memorial Hospital is designed to meet the needs of adults, children and families experiencing a variety of problematic behaviors, thoughts and life patterns. We work to improve emotional stability and increase general functioning, as well as help clients identify, develop and increase the use of effective coping skills by emphasizing the existing strengths of the individual or family system.
Through an initial screening and assessment process, our staff, in collaboration with clients, work together to determine the most appropriate treatment for each individual and their family.
Outpatient Behavioral Health at Cannon Memorial Hospital is now accepting new patients for medication management. Our team of physicians and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners have years of combined experience in behavioral health treatment and our goal is to provide the best psychiatric care in the High County.
If you, or someone you love, is experiencing any of the following symptoms, you are not alone – we can help:
· thought disorders
· mood disorders
· personality disorders
Forms to complete prior to your appointment
Provider Referral Forms
24-hour emergency support for active clients
Individual therapy for adults
Individual therapy for children
Psychiatric medication management
Individualized treatment planning
One in four American adults are affected by a mental illness each year, yet only about half of those people are treated for it. Getting help is as simple as calling (828) 737-7888 or requesting an appointment online. No referral is needed. Read More: Haven’t felt like yourself in a while? Help is just a click or call away
The winter blues are fairly common in our area with long winter months and very grey days. The challenge is diagnosing whether a client has a mild case of winter blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder, or another form of depression. Read More: 3 ways to warm up the Winter Blues (with infographic)
ARHS has a long history providing outpatient behavioral health services to the High Country and we are continually evaluating how we can better meet the needs of our community. We’ve recently expanded our services and welcomed new providers. This growth makes access to care better than ever. Read More: Get to know our expanded behavioral health services
The outpatient behavioral health program is designed to meet the needs of adults, children and families experiencing a variety of problematic behaviors, thoughts and life patterns. We work to improve emotional stability and increase general functioning, as well as help clients identify, develop and increase the use of effective coping skills by emphasizing the existing strengths of the individual or family system. Read More: Behavioral Health Therapists