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Behavioral Health

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Your behavioral health consists of how you think, feel, and act. It’s as important as your physical health and may require specialized treatment. Get care that helps you improve mental health at Wayne UNC Health Care in Goldsboro, North Carolina.

Skilled, Compassionate Care

Our care team values building trust with patients so you can be a partner in your care. Our providers can help you manage psychological and physical symptoms and better balance the challenges of family, work and social life.

If you need immediate intervention for emotional difficulties or suicidal thoughts, go to our emergency department for care.

Conditions We Treat

You and your family members may benefit from behavioral health care for conditions that affect mood, thinking and behavior.

Find treatment for:

  • Anxiety disorder
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression (all types)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Thought disorders, such as schizophrenia
  • Postpartum Depression

Community Mental Health Resources

For additional help managing mental health conditions, reach out to community resources such as:

Perinatal Mood Disorders

Perinatal Mood Disorders are a set of disorders that can occur anytime during pregnancy up to the first year after delivery. Pregnancy and caring for a new baby can be one of the most joyful and exciting times in a woman's life, but it's also hard work. It is natural for a women to experience changes in her feelings and mood during pregnancy and after giving birth. However, if unpleasant feelings do not go away after a couple of weeks - or if they get worse - they could be signs of a Perinatal Mood Disorder.

988 Suicide & Crisis Line

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call 911 or call/text 988 to reach a trained counselor. The previous National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255) will always remain available to people in emotional distress or suicidal crisis.

You can play a role in preventing suicide. Your loved one may not ask for help, but can show warning signs.

Click here to learn more about suicide prevention.

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