Being in touch with yourself is imperative for your mental health and well-being, but sometimes life can get in the way. More than 25 percent of people will experience varying degrees of mental and emotional struggles at some point in their lives. Know that you are not alone, and that it is very common to seek help for these issues.

At the Pavilion, our unique approach to working toward mindfulness and resiliency can help you achieve a balanced life. We consider emotional, physical and medical issues, using therapies and counseling to treat the whole person through various stages of life.

How we help

Our goal is to help you improve your day-to-day interactions with the world. Many people believe they have to know exactly what they need before they reach out for help. At the Pavilion, you can come in anytime for a free assessment to allow a mental health professional walk you through the various treatment options. Our number one goal is to help you achieve a sense of happiness and growth in all that you do.

Make your mental health a priority and call our Behavioral Health team for an assessment today (702) 916-5100

The Pavilion's inpatient program provides intense treatment that is focused on identify and enhancing your strengths. Our philosophy is that the best treatment outcomes are achieved through mutually agreed upon goals. Some highlights of the program in include:

  • Daily sessions with a board-certified psychiatrist
  • 7 interactive groups a day geared toward your individualized treatment goals
  • Medical evaluation and treatment as needed
  • Daily meetings with licensed therapists
  • Daily recreation groups with access to outdoor courtyards
  • Daily group sessions
  • Medication management

Our adult mental wellness programs can help with:

  • Crisis management
  • Depression/anxiety
  • Development of daily living skills
  • Medication assessment
  • Psychiatric symptoms that significantly impair social, occupational or other important areas of functioning
  • Self-injury
  • Mental health and co-occurring substance use and other addictions
  • Trauma

Patterns signaling the need for assistance

Behaviors that signal the need for help include:

  • Major change in personality
  • Difficulty managing intense emotions
  • Anxiety
  • Hopelessness
  • Disruptions in daily activities, such as inability to socialize, work or perform daily tasks
  • Suicidal thoughts or actions
  • Hallucinations or paranoid delusions that disrupt functioning
  • Inability to adjust to life changes or recover from traumatic events, such as the loss of a relationship or job
Call now for an assessment to get started on healing (702) 916-5100

What to bring:

In order to ensure a safe environment we limit personal items on the units. We offer laundry so it is not necessary to bring extra clothing.

  • Three outfit changes (no drawstrings or belts)
  • Shoes that do not have shoelaces