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At McLean Hospital, we are committed to providing world-class mental health care for patients and their families. We offer a range of treatment services across the life span.
For over 200 years, McLean has been putting people first in psychiatric treatment, research, and education. Our compassionate clinical staff have dedicated their careers to helping individuals struggling with mental health disorders set themselves on the path to recovery.
State-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment is tailored to each patient’s needs and focuses on symptom reduction and skills development. Patients and their families benefit from our range of treatment programs as well as access to consultation services from specialties throughout the hospital.
To refer a patient to one of our programs, please call us today at 877.322.2749.
McLean treatment options cover a broad range of symptoms and disorders. Our full complement of inpatient, outpatient, residential, and partial hospital services helps patients and their families cope with psychiatric illness and the challenges it often brings.
McLean is ideal for patients who:
McLean offers both insurance-based and self-pay options, program dependent. McLean Hospital accepts Medicare, Massachusetts Medicaid (which limits coverage for alcohol and drug addiction services to outpatient care), Blue Cross, and many other private health insurance plans. Learn more about our insurance and financial assistance policies.
For more information or to make a referral to one of our programs, please call:
Phone: 877.263.3510 (addiction care only)
From residential programs for addiction, OCD, and trauma disorders to specialty programs for children, teens, and young adults, learn more about our treatment options.
Adult Mental Health
McLean offers comprehensive mental health care options for adults, from short-term acute care for individuals in psychiatric crisis to outpatient appointments. Services cover a range of symptoms and diagnoses, including addiction, anxiety and OCD, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders, and trauma.
Young Adult Mental Health
Many mental health issues often emerge during an individual’s early twenties, with the onset of most mental illnesses peaking from ages 18-21. In addition, as brain development continues through the period of young adulthood, college-age individuals can benefit from treatment and resources pointed at this age group. McLean offers treatment for young adults including programs treating depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and addiction. We also provide specialty treatment programs focusing on emerging psychotic disorders and their accompanying symptoms.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
McLean treats children ages 3-19 for an array of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, bipolar disorder, and addiction, and we also provide specialty treatment programs focusing on OCD and personality disorders and their accompanying symptoms. Child and adolescent care focuses on mental health symptoms and diagnoses as they apply to youth development and is focused on supporting young people and their parents and families on the path to recovery.
Older Adult Mental Health
McLean Hospital provides comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care for individuals ages 50 and older who are experiencing emotional, cognitive, or behavioral symptoms. These may include memory loss, mood disturbances, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, difficulty coping with losses and transitions, or behavioral conditions that interfere with care at home or in a long-term care setting.
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