Behavioral Health

Chase Brexton’s diverse behavioral health services and programs will help you manage your behavioral well-being, so you can thrive.

Behavioral Health

For a list of emergency help-lines, click here.

For anyone struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or other behavioral health issues, it’s important to recognize that you are not alone – there is always help and hope.

Chase Brexton offers Behavioral Health services at our Mt. Vernon, Randallstown, and Columbia Centers. Make your appointment today by calling 410-837-2050.

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Why Chase Brexton Behavioral Health?
Many people think of their health as just a physical issue.  But whether you feel good or bad mentally is just as important as feeling good or bad physically.  After all, each day we are affected by our feelings – good or bad.  And our feelings have a great effect on our physical health too.

Patient-centered Care
Open to anyone in the community, many people seek our services because we provide patient-centered care – your care at Chase Brexton is truly about you. If you are a patient here, we collaborate with your medical provider, case manager, nutritionist, nurse, or other providers to ensure all aspects of your health are being cared for.

LGBT-Affirming
Some seek us because of our LGBT-affirming treatment. We have been a part of the LGBT community since our founding, and our continued belief that equal treatment means equality in every way is comforting to all – people of any sexual orientation and gender identity.

HIV Expertise
Others seek out our care because of our extensive experience with and sensitivity to the psychological aspects of HIV.

Comfort
It is important you feel supported, affirmed, and comfortable with the provider you choose. Whatever your reasons for choosing us, know that at Chase Brexton, our expert providers will do all they can to provide you with the care you need to heal.

Chase Brexton offers Behavioral Health services at our Mt. Vernon, Randallstown, and Columbia Centers. Make your appointment today by calling 410-837-2050.
 

Emergency Hotlines
If you have a plan to, are about to, or have begun to take steps to commit suicide, DIAL 911 NOW. You are not alone. There is help.

If you are in need of someone to talk to immediately, please contact any of the hotlines below:

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's 24 hour toll-free crisis hotline - 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
  • Maryland Crisis Hotline – 1-800-422-0009
  • Child-Help USA 1-800-422-4453 is a crisis line to assist both child and adult survivors of abuse. The hotline, staffed by mental health professionals, also provides treatment referrals.
  • The United Way’s 211 can connect you with mental health crisis services in your area or help you find where to seek immediate help in your area.