Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health in Macon, Georgia provides mental health services to assist adults with psychiatric disorders in a safe, nurturing environment. For over 30 years, our mental health specialists and psychiatrists have provided individualized treatment plans for our patients, giving them the best chances of a full recovery and stability.
Don’t suffer in silence. There are real people who can help you through severe depression, thoughts of suicide and other mental illnesses. You can trust the psychiatric care team at Coliseum health to treat you with compassion and respect, no matter what the circumstances.
Personalized Mental Health Treatment in Macon
In everything we do, confidentiality and sensitivity are always at the forefront of our minds. Whether your treatment is in an intensive inpatient program or intensive outpatient program for substance abuse, we emphasize the importance of individualized care so that you can return to your normal life as quickly as possible. Utilizing independent, clinical patient-outcomes studies, our psychiatric team has demonstrated significant improvement in patients’ symptoms between admission and discharge.
Our treatment methods include medication management, individual group and family therapies, classes in coping skills and a wide range of therapeutic activities.
Symptoms of Depression And Other Mental Health Disorders:
Our psychiatric and substance abuse programs may be what you need if you experience:
- Feelings of sadness, anxiety or emptiness
- Changes in sleep patterns
- Changes in weight or appetite
- Significant changes in weight or appetite
- Loss of interest in hobbies or other activies
- Restless and irritability
- Fatigue or loss of energy
- Thoughts of suicide
- Trouble concentrating, remembering or making decisions
Mental Health Life-Line
We sponsor a 24 hours a day, seven days a week telephone resource for people who are struggling with a mental health disorder. This community resource offers confidential psychiatric services free of charge for residents of Macon and the surrounding area.
For immediate help, call (478) 741-1355 or (800) 548-4221.
Inpatient Care for Behavioral Health Disorders
Our inpatient psychiatric program allows patients to begin treatment for behavioral health disorders in an intensive therapeutic environment where they are cared for by a compassionate staff 24/7.
This program offers the same quality mental health treatment as our inpatient program, but allows patients to return home in the evening to be with family and friends. This is flexible option for patients who need more structure than outpatient treatment can provide, but do not require constant supervision from a mental health counselor.
Outpatient Substance Abuse Program
The Intensive Outpatient Program is primarily a step-down program from partial hospitalization. There are two tracks: chemical dependency and psychiatric, that both offer a flexible schedule (three mornings per week) to afford patients the opportunity to return to work if they choose. This level of care is provided to patients who require the structure and stability needed to continue sobriety and/or establish a foundation in recovery. The goal of this program is to bridge the gap between partial hospitalization and 12-step recovery maintenance and/or traditional outpatient therapy.
Senior Behavioral Health Center
Our team of professional caregivers is devoted to meeting the needs of seniors experiencing behavioral or mental health disorders and their families. From dementia to depression, you can trust our psychiatrists and caregivers to treat all of our patients with the respect they deserve..
Bipolar Support Group
Our bipolar support groups meet weekly to give patients, family and friends more information about this behavioral disorder. This is the perfect program for people who want to better understand how to live more productively with bipolar disorder or how to give support to a loved one who is suffering from bipolar disorder.
When: Meets weekly from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Where: Coliseum Center for Behavioral Health, 340 Hospital Dr
For more information, call (478) 741-1355