Behavioral Health

Mental and behavioral health care for the whole person

Our approach to behavioral and mental health care

We know that mental health care is critical to helping people navigate all kinds of relationships — in our families and with loved ones, among co-workers and with classmates.

That's why we take a highly personalized approach to care, focused on you as a whole person, fully considering your physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being. We offer services in person and virtually, as well as in home, school and community settings.

At the core of our approach are:

  • personalization: We offer a wide range of services, from therapy and counseling to medication management and support groups. We'll work together to find the right combination for you.
  • team focus: Our team of experienced professionals includes psychiatrists, psychologists and master’s level counselors. We stay in sync with one another to provide you with the best possible care.
  • human-guided technology: We view technology as a useful tool in the hands of our empathetic experts. Here, tech doesn't lead — it powerfully supports.
  • safety: Your safety and support are always our top priorities. We have a zero-tolerance policy for abuse or neglect in any form.

Proudly integrating with primary care and specialty care

Our behavioral health practitioners are embedded with many of WellSpan’s primary care offices as well as certain specialty care practices:

  • Maternity care: Helping moms struggling with postpartum depression
  • Heart and vascular: Improving recovery for surgical patients
  • Pain management: Complementing medical interventions

How we can help

Access to care

To access care, call us at 800-932-0359 so we can connect you with the care you need (available 24/7).

Outpatient clinics

Once you are an established patient, you can call our outpatient clinics directly to schedule or change appointments:

  • Lancaster and Lebanon counties: 800-459-7497
  • York and Adams counties: 866-840-7036
  • Franklin County: 717-267-7480

Crisis numbers

For emergency mental health care needs, referrals and other resources, call the Crisis Intervention line for your county:

Lebanon County: 717-274-3363                   Lancaster County: 717-394-2631

York/Adams County: 717-851-5320            Franklin County: 717-264-2555

Mobile Crisis Intervention Services are available in York, Adams and Lebanon counties.

Call or text 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

Addiction services

For addiction services (non-emergency)


Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Full continuum of care

We offer a full continuum of mental and emotional care, from outpatient counseling and therapy and medication management to inpatient care. We provide the treatment you need, when you need it.

Compassionate, dedicated, friendly

Our team members are compassionate, dedicated and friendly. They are well-trained and credentialed, and they are committed to providing you with the best possible care.

Innovative approach to care

We are always looking for new and better ways to care for you. We are open to trying new things and frequently add or improve treatment options.

Integration with primary care and specialty care

We work closely with primary care physicians and other specialists to provide you with the best possible care. Behavioral health clinicians are embedded in many primary care offices, and we collaborate with addiction treatment and pain management programs.

Culturally sensitive care

We are committed to providing culturally sensitive care for everyone in our community. For instance, for the Plain community, we offer the Plain Communities Outpatient Clinic and Green Pastures Residence.