Compassionate behavioral health care in Inverness, Florida

Coping with life's challenges is not always easy. When these challenges become overwhelming, it can be difficult to deal with stress, depression, anxiety and overwhelming emotions on your own.

In those cases, when you need it most, our experienced physicians and staff at Transitions Behavioral Health at Citrus Memorial Hospital are here for you. We offer expert, compassionate care in a safe and welcoming environment.

If you or someone you know may benefit from treatment or has questions, please contact our compassionate staff at the HCA Healthcare's Behavioral Health Access Center today at (844) 423-4283.

Behavioral health conditions we treat

Our mental health counselors and other behavioral health staff members are committed to providing exceptional patient care. We offer support and the necessary treatment for achieving better mental health.

We treat a range of conditions and issues, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Life stress or trauma
  • Mood disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Schizoaffective disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Thought disorders
  • Thoughts of self-injury or suicide
To request a referral, call (352) 341-6111.

Our programs

Transitions Behavioral Health at our mental health hospital in Inverness, Florida, is unique in that it features an intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program. This means you receive intensive care during a structured program during the day and do not require an overnight stay.

Intensive outpatient program (IOP)

In this outpatient program, you are provided a safe, therapeutic environment while working with specially trained staff members who encourage and promote recovery. IOP 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.

Our IOP group therapy focuses on coping skills, assertiveness skills, goal-setting and co-occurring disorders. Group therapy participants are seen by a psychiatrist and receive three hours of treatment per day for three days a week for the duration of your treatment.

Partial hospitalization program (PHP)

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 each member in effectively understanding and managing their symptoms. In this program, you will receive ongoing monitoring and treatment from a psychiatrist, registered nurse and licensed therapist.

Lunch, light snacks and coffee are provided during the program.

Patterns signaling the need for help

Please call Transitions Behavioral Health at any time of day if you or someone you know:

  • Stops eating
  • Sleeps excessively or very little
  • Shows no interest in previously enjoyed activities (or has become isolated)
  • Experiences major personality changes, such as anger, anxiety or hopelessness
  • Experiences daily activity disruptions, such as the inability to socialize, work or perform daily chores
  • Starts having hallucinations or paranoid delusions which disrupt functioning
  • Is unable to adjust or recover from loss or life changes, such as the loss of a relationship or job

Our mental health therapists in Inverness are here to help you learn how to manage the stressors and symptoms of a mental health disorder or issue. Our team is dedicated to helping you successfully transition back into your community with the appropriate resources you need to deal with any future mental health crises.