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The Guides to Care at McLean Hospital provide an overview of what you can expect at McLean and answers to questions and concerns that patients and their families and friends may have.
To complement our programs’ services and encourage individuals’ initiatives in their own recovery, patients and families have access to a number of community organizations and self-help groups.
Learn more about treatment and resources for individuals with an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Treatment services for adults, available for a range of mental health conditions and levels of care.
Support for individuals with serious and chronic mental illness on the path to wellness.
Learn more about the challenges of living with BPD, including care options and educational resources.
Help for children, teens and their families in navigating the challenges of seeking mental health care.
Find out more about depression and anxiety, including treatment options and helpful resources.
Care and support for eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder.
Find care and resources for obsessive compulsive disorder in adults and children.
Find out more about conditions, symptoms, and care unique to this age group.
Learn more about trauma, PTSD, and dissociative disorders, and ways to get help.
Support for mental health, from treatment services to informational resources.
Treatment support and services for young adults to help them live more productive lives.
Navigating the insurance system can be challenging, which is why we are available to assist patients and families and answer questions.
We understand that patient billing can sometimes be confusing and difficult to understand. Learn more about patient billing and financial assistance at McLean.
Patients seeking access to their medical records should contact McLean’s Health Information Management Department for more information.
Families and friends can visit patients at the hospital, during visiting hours and with permission of the patient.
McLean’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) serves as a forum to promote excellent patient and family-centered care.
What does inpatient mean? What is a residential program? Learn more about the different levels of mental health care.
The Borderline Personality Disorder Patient and Family Education Initiative offers resources for those affected by BPD and other personality disorders.
McLean’s public awareness campaign, Deconstructing Stigma: A Change in Thought Can Change a Life, works to erase the stigma surrounding mental health.
Through art and storytelling, this project is changing misconceptions about opioid addiction.