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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Talking about mental health isn’t always easy but it’s important. If you or a loved one is struggling with anxiety, depression, or any other mental health condition, let us help. Our mental health is just as essential to our overall wellness as physical health.

Loma Linda University Behavioral Health leads the region in mental health treatment. We offer the full spectrum of behavioral health programs and services to fit your needs, in both Redlands and Murrieta. Our team of experts will work with you to begin the healing process while restoring hope for the future.

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  • Adult Services
  • Chronic Pain
  • Eating Disorders
  • MEND Program
  • Outpatient Therapy
  • Senior Services
  • Youth Services
  • Adult Services

    Our team of therapists and physicians are here to help patients living with overwhelming issues such as unresolved grief, depression, anxiety, anger and other mental health conditions. We offer various levels of treatment to meet your needs including inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.

  • Chronic Pain

    When chronic pain becomes an addiction, our physicians and therapists specialize in helping patients learn positive ways to find relief from physical pain. Our chronic pain treatment and medication dependency program is based on a 12-step approach to recovery and strives to meet the physical, psychological, and spiritual needs unique to those with chronic pain management needs.

  • Eating Disorders

    Our eating disorders program helps adolescents and adults who use food to cope with stress, anxiety or other conflicts. Our program goal is to re-establish a healthy relationship with food. We offer intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, as well as care after discharge.

  • MEND Program

    The MEND Program is designed to support the patient and their family in maintaining or regaining emotional health and balance during the process of a significant medical illness or treatment such as transplantation, diabetes management or chemotherapy. This program is available for youth and adults.

  • Outpatient Therapy

    Our team of licensed therapists can help you and your family work through the stresses and emotional difficulties that are impacting your relationships and daily activity. We’re here for you whether you’re suffering from depression, anxiety, grief or any other emotional problems. Our focus is to strengthen your coping skills and your overall wellness.

  • Senior Services

    We are one of the few hospitals able to serve the needs of the rapidly growing number of seniors ages 55 and up in the Inland Empire. Our approach has a strong emphasis on meeting a senior’s need for independence.

  • Youth Services

    Today’s children and teens face many challenges that may cause them to act out, harm themselves or lead to compulsive behaviors. Designed for both children and adolescents, our youth behavioral health services treat youth experiencing emotional or behavioral problems. We place a strong emphasis in treating the entire family with the goals of restoring a sense of hope and bringing courage and resiliency to the family unit.

We are here for you and your loved ones.

  • Convenient locations in Redlands and Murrieta
  • Only inpatient children’s program in the region
  • One of the few hospitals serving the needs of seniors
  • Inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and one-on-one therapy options available
  • Whole person care encompassing physical, mental and spiritual dimensions.

Patient Stories

  • "I wanted to be what everybody would consider normal. Being able to bring my family to the Behavioral Medical Center and going through treatment with them was invaluable."

    Jamie R.
  • "[After the Vegas shootings,] we found ourselves in a state where we couldn’t function. I’m happy to say that I got through the program and I’m back at work."

    Teresa M.
  • "I have a lot more work to do on myself, but I feel better today than I have in a long, long time."

    Steven S.
  • “Don’t give up” - Zakari Hernandez

    Zakari shares inspiring words for those who are struggling with mental illness after dealing with depression, anxiety and PTSD herself. “Don’t give up, keep seeing it through because it does get better.”

  • From Depression to a New Light - Tyler Rojanaroj

    Tyler experienced rampant bullying from students and teachers. This caused him anxiety in high school beyond normal worries and brought him to the brink of wanting to hurt himself. Now, with help from Loma Linda University Behavioral Health, Rojanaroj is enjoying meeting new friends and pursuing his passion in college.

  • “Don’t give up” - Zakari Hernandez

  • From Depression to a New Light - Tyler Rojanaroj

Quick Facts

  • 43,800,000
    adults affected by mental illness each year.
  • 26
    customized programs for youth, adult and senior patients
  • 2,100,000
    people in the United States struggle with opioid addiction

Our Locations

  • Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (BMC)
    1710 Barton Rd,
    Redlands, CA 92373
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  • Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (BMC) - Murrieta
    28078 Baxter Rd Professional Office Building,
    Murrieta, CA 92563
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