Providence Psychiatry - Lacey
Providence Psychiatry - Lacey
Your mental health matters to us. We know it can affect every part of your life. Your physical health. Your sense of well-being. And sometimes, your ability to just get through another day.
At Providence, we diagnose and treat a full array of mild to severe psychiatric conditions that affect how you think, feel and function. Whether you’re experiencing emotional distress, addiction or other mental health troubles, you’re not alone. We’ll offer a safe place and gentle guidance to help you find healing.
Providence provides voluntary outpatient and inpatient care. Our doctors, nurses, counselors and others treat those who can personally request and sign in for treatment. Our doctors perform thorough health assessments to diagnose your condition. It’s your first step toward finding the right therapies to help you feel well again.
We treat people of all ages struggling with mental health symptoms, diseases and disorders. Providence psychiatric experts can help you with these and other conditions:
- Addiction counseling and support
- Anxiety, phobias and panic disorders
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Depression, mood and personality disorders
- Eating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia
- Grief counseling
- Neuropsychological evaluations
- Obsessive compulsive disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
Mental health conditions vary widely. Whatever your symptoms, they can easily overwhelm your best efforts to manage them. Whether symptoms are triggered by trauma, chronic stress or an underlying condition, our doctors will help you find answers.
Providence doctors provide a wide range of services. Our psychiatrists and other doctors work across medical specialties to guide your care if you suffer from other chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease that affect your mental state as well as your physical one.
- Addiction therapy and support
- Family support and education
- Group therapy
- Inpatient care – to evaluate and stabilize severe symptoms in a safe environment
- Medication prescription and management
- Mental and physical health evaluations
- Nursing assessment and care
If you’re in trouble, please call 911 or reach out to us right away. We care about you and are here to help.
- Crisis Line: 360-586-2800
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
You may be feeling desperate, scared, angry or sad. Maybe you’ve even thought about suicide, or you need someone to talk to. We offer free assistance 24 hours a day. We’re always here to listen and provide emotional support.
If life overwhelms you and you feel desperate for help, reach out – anytime – to counselors who can help. When you call 1-800-273-TALK (8255), a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center near you will help you at any hour of the day or night – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
These organizations offer information and resources about mental health: