Find the hope and help you need to live a healthy, fulfilling life.

If you or a loved one are experiencing emotional or behavioral issues that impact your mental health and affect your day-to-day living, professional help is available close to home.

Nearly one in five U.S. adults is currently living with a mental health illness. We recognize, however, that your circumstances and needs are unique to you. We will explore the most appropriate treatment options available, including referral to psychotherapy (also known as talk therapy) and medications. For those experiencing a mental health crisis, inpatient care may be your most immediate treatment option. Whether your care begins as an inpatient for emergent care or as an outpatient, your recovery will begin with a better understanding of what you need to move forward, including family and community support, education and other services that may benefit you.

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Yuma Regional Medical Center Behavioral Health Tuscany Plaza

Outpatient Care
2851 S. Avenue B
Building 19
Yuma, AZ 85364

Conditions and Services

When emotional or behavioral issues impact your daily life — including these and other conditions — you can find the hope and help you need at Yuma Regional, close to home, family and friends.  

  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Depression
  • Gender Dysmorphia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Schizophrenia

Our psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and professional counselors are specially trained to diagnose, manage, and treat various behavioral health issues including, but not limited to:

For those needing a more intensive level of care, inpatient care may be your most immediate treatment option, where we focus on stabilization and treatment of acute psychiatric problems. Our inpatient services for adults provide a chance to get help in an environment that is conducive to fast, effective treatment at the Yuma Regional Medical Center Behavioral Health Center.

A comprehensive and holistic program of care includes daily psychiatric care, medication management, nursing care, activity therapy, group therapy, individual and family therapy. Patients benefit from a variety of therapeutic interventions as well as psychoeducation. Discharge planning begins at the time of admission, with a goal of ensuring continuity of care beyond the inpatient experience. Family members and/or supportive persons are encouraged to participate in the therapeutic process as well.

Yuma Regional’s Behavioral Health Center, in partnership with Horizon Health, offers 12 inpatient care beds with plans to expand to 24 beds in the near future. Services include adult psychiatric inpatient care, intensive outpatient care and a medical detox program in a warm, welcoming environment where patients can safely receive professional clinical and behavioral health care, compassion and attention close to home, family and friends.

YRMC’s Intensive Outpatient Program is a structured psychological treatment program that takes place on an outpatient basis. The Intensive Outpatient Program consists of at least 3-hour sessions offered three days a week provided by a team of highly qualified professionals. This program is intended for adults 18 and older who need more mental health support than weekly therapy and might be experiencing:

  • Anxiety, depression, other mood disorders
  • Chronic stress or trauma
  • Family conflict
  • Relapse prevention post recovery
  • Difficulty meeting home, school and social expectations

For more information about Intensive Outpatient Program or to sign up, call 928-336-5660.

Your provider may recommend medications that can aid in managing your diagnosis.

Also known as talk therapy or counseling, specialized psychotherapy has proven successful in helping people cope and overcome emotional and psychological challenges impacting daily life. We may prescribe or give you a referral to therapy or counseling.