Your Fight is Our Fight
Renown Health's behavioral services help you and your family get through life's challenges every step of the way with experienced psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors and nurses.
With two offices in Reno, we provide specialized care for mental health and substance abuse challenges and offer individual, couples, family, and group counseling, as well as medication treatment.
Behavioral Health Programs
Counseling services provide individual, couple, family and group counseling. We have licensed professionals in a broad range of areas.
Our psychiatrists and nurse practitioners work with each patient to develop a medication plan that meets their needs.
Additional information or schedule an evaluation, call 775-982-5419
- Board-certified in both family and addiction medicine, Dr. Bret Bellard provides individualized medicine services to those struggling with addiction, such as:
- Buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction
- Medication management of alcohol or substance use disorder
- Coordination of addiction counseling, group therapy or intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programming as needed
Intensive Treatment Programs
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Partial Hospitalization Program
Sometimes people need a higher level of support and structure to break out of unhealthy patterns. We offer two intensive programs to help patients make significant positive changes in their lives:
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Partial Hospitalization Program
This program teaches proven methods for developing the skills that support change. With more frequent contact with counseling staff than in traditional therapy, we help patients embrace and discover their well-being.
This program provides daily intervention for adults who need an alternative to, or are transitioning from, inpatient treatment. Patients attend during the day and return home at night to practice what they've learned.
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