Oceans Behavioral Hospital Baton Rouge
At Oceans Behavioral Hospital, we understand the importance of turning to someone you can trust with your behavioral health needs. We are passionate about helping individuals experiencing depression; anxiety; schizophrenia; behavioral changes related to Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, medication management or substance abuse; and other mental health issues.
Utilizing proven innovative and progressive therapies, Oceans’ qualified professionals strive to promote long-term wellness in an environment of dignity, honesty and compassion.
Though our treatment plans are individualized for each patient’s unique needs, everyone in our care receives:
- program oversight by Board-certified or Board-eligible psychiatrists
- daily monitoring by clinical staff
- mental health education
- medication education and management
- diagnosis and symptom education
- daily monitoring with medical physician oversight
- caregiver and/or family therapy options
- supportive discharge planning
Oceans Baton Rouge provides inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization mental health services in a safe and comfortable environment with individual and group treatment programs designed to meet the specific needs of adult patients during any stage of life.
With two campuses to serve patients, we specialize in treating adults with specific behavioral health challenges, including severe depression, anxiety, grief, or PTSD, which may be complicated by isolation from COVID-19 or a dual diagnosis.
Our brand-new flagship campus provides patients with a safe, therapeutic environment designed to promote healing. Patients enjoy comfortable, spacious rooms and engage in therapies with other adults experiencing similar issues. Our outdoor therapy garden provides a refreshing setting for movement and meditation.
Our Oceans Baton Rouge South facility provides inpatient care for patients age 30 and older with chronic conditions, such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other mental health diagnoses, or who may have a dual diagnosis.
Patients needing intensive care in an outpatient setting use our outpatient program for help managing common mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety, grief, post-partum depression or substance use disorder.