If you need to talk or request a referral, call us at (844) 423-4283.

Behavioral Health Transitions

Coping with life's challenges is not always easy. When these challenges become overwhelming, it can be difficult to deal with stress, depression, emotions and anxiety on your own. At Behavioral Health Transitions, your emotional and mental health are as important as your physical health. Our experienced physicians and staff offer expert and compassionate help when you need it the most.

We treat a range of conditions, including:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Mood Disorders
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Thoughts of self-injury or suicide
  • Thought Disorders
  • Schizoaffective disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Other Issues
  • Grief
  • Life stress or trauma
  • Relationship difficulties
Take the first step and contact us any time: (844) 423-4283.

Our Programs

The staff of the Behavioral Health Transitions at Citrus Memorial Hospital is committed to providing exceptional patient care by offering support and the necessary treatment for achieving better mental health. Behavioral Health Transitions is unique in that it features an intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program. That means patients receive intense care during a structured program during the day and don't require an overnight stay.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

In this outpatient program, patients are provided a safe, therapeutic environment while working with staff that encourage and promote recovery. This program can help as an initial point of care, a step up from routine outpatient services, or a step down from an inpatient stay or residential care. Group therapy is offered and focuses on coping skills, assertiveness skills, goal setting, and co-occurring disorders. Patients receive 3 hours of treatment per day, for 3 days a week, are seen by a psychiatrist.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Group members participate in four groups each day with an emphasis on mental health and coping. The groups focus on a variety of subjects designed to aid patients in understanding and managing their symptoms in a more effective manner. Individuals receive ongoing monitoring and treatment from a Psychiatrist, Registered Nurse, and Licensed Therapist. Lunch is provided during the program, along with some light snacks and coffee.

Patterns signaling the need for help

If you know someone who is not eating, sleeping excessively or very little, has lost interest in previously enjoyed activities, or has become isolated, please call Behavioral Health Transitions. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with your behavioral health needs.

Other indicators may include:

  • Major change in personality, such as anger, anxiety or hopelessness
  • Disruptions in daily activities, such as inability to socialize, work, or perform daily chores
  • Hallucinations or paranoid delusions that disrupt functioning
  • Inability to adjust or recover from loss or life's changes such as loss of relationship or job

The goal of Behavioral Health Transitions is to assist the patient in increasing coping skills necessary to manage the stressors and symptoms of their mental health disorder. The team will assist the patient to ensure a successful transition back into the community with the appropriate services available to alleviate future mental health crisis.


If you or someone you know may benefit from treatment or have questions, please contact our compassionate staff today: (844) 423-4283.