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Mountain View Hospital - Payson
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Behavioral Health

At Mountain View Hospital Payson, our behavioral health physicians are here to help you with addiction and mental health struggles. We provide inpatient treatment for adults and seniors struggling with mental illness and outpatient treatment for adults in need of a therapeutic setting. Seeking treatment can be intimidating, but our genuine staff is without judgment and sensitive to the healing process. We make it our mission to find solutions for you or your loved one, and treat every patient with respect and dignity.

We encourage you to contact us if you or someone you know is in need of mental illness or addiction treatment. Our experienced team is equipped to provide onsite evaluations through a 24-hour hospital crisis team. You may also be referred by your own mental health professional or facility.
Call (877) 707-3633 to find out more.

Did You Know:

  • 1 in 4 Americans will experience a diagnosable mental disorder in any given year
  • 50% of mental health problems appear by age 14
  • 75% of all mental health problems occur by age 24
  • 2/3 of people with a known mental disorder do not seek help from a professional treatment provider

Inpatient Behavioral Health

Providing inpatient treatment for adults age 18 and over whose acute mental illnesses require immediate diagnosis, intervention and stabilization.

Outpatient Mental Health

Designed to help individuals who do not require hospitalization but can benefit from participation in a structured therapeutic environment. This strategy addresses mental and emotional health needs and provides a supportive and caring environment.


Unsure of whether you need inpatient or outpatient services? Please call (877) 707-3633.

Mental health is more than the absence of mental illness, it's the presence of happiness, love and peace.

If you know someone who appears to have signs of serious mental illness, seek medical advice immediately by contacting your local mental health providers or visit the local emergency department.

For emergency situations or in cases with threat of harmful behavior, call 911.