Mental health center in Hopewell, Virginia

John Randolph Medical Center’s Wellness Pavilion offers hope, help and support for adults with emotional, behavioral and mental health needs. Here, you receive quality care in safe, healthy, confidential and calming environments.

Our behavioral health services are designed to be short-term and intensive, they include:

  • Acute inpatient care
  • Assessments and referrals
For immediate assistance, questions or referrals, please call our behavioral health access line at (804) 541-7747.

Inpatient psychiatric care

We offer inpatient services designed to deliver intensive treatment to adults (18 years old or older) who are admitted both voluntarily and involuntarily. Our individualized inpatient plans can assist individuals in recovering from traumatic life events as well as other behavioral health illnesses.

Inpatient treatment plans include:

  • Psychiatric treatment
  • 24/7 access to a psychiatrist
  • Medication administration and monitoring
  • Putting an aftercare plan in place that takes into consideration the behaviors that led to admission (Our staff is happy to work with providers in the Hopewell, Virginia, area to ease the transition back into your community or into the next level of appropriate care.)
  • Family and individual support systems that assist our team in fostering a positive outcome for patients
  • In certain cases, ongoing contact with personal and medical caretakers within the facility of residence

Military behavioral health care

The men and women in our military risk their lives for us. We are dedicated to providing these heroes and their families with the care they deserve at our TRICARE-approved hospital.

Our military unit offers:

  • Daily psychiatric care
  • Medication management
  • Internal medicine support
  • Multi-family care
  • Private and semi-private rooms
  • Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD
  • Treatment for co-occurring substance use issues

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If you are a military service member or family of a military service member who needs help or support, please call us at (804) 541-7517.

When military personnel should seek immediate mental health care

Some symptoms should be treated now, rather than later, especially for military personnel, given they have been in extraordinary circumstances. For example, seek quick treatment for these warning signs:

  • Aggression
  • Anxiety
  • Avoidance of places, people or events
  • Depression
  • Diminished interest in activities
  • Flashbacks or recalls of trauma
  • Increased agitation
  • Insomnia or other sleep disorders
  • Mood swings
  • Thoughts of harming yourself or others
  • Other symptoms that are interfering with the ability to function in social, academic or professional settings

Behavioral health at HCA Virginia

Behavioral health refers to the medical practice of taking care of patients’ mental health care. Mental health care refers to the treatment and care of diseases like depression, anxiety and many more. Treatment often involves some form of psychotherapy.

Learn about Behavioral health