Inpatient behavioral health care in Utah County

Behavioral health care and Alcohol and Chemical Treatment in Utah County

The Pavilion at Mountain View Hospital - Payson is our behavioral health care department. It's a safe, calm environment in which patients can receive short-term, comprehensive inpatient psychiatric care. This program is built on the belief that recovery from mental health and substance abuse issues can be achieved through a comprehensive approach to your psychological and social needs. That's why we offer a variety of therapies and our approach to patient care emphasizes health and wellness while ensuring comfort and safety.

For more information, call Mountain View Hospital - Payson’s Pavilion program at (801) 465-7041.

Inpatient mental health and wellness program

Our inpatient program is designed to meet the emotional and psychological needs of adults ages 18 to 55 years old. We treat both common and complex mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and dementia.

Provided by multidisciplinary treatment teams of physicians, psychiatrists, therapists and technicians, our services include:

  • Psychiatric assessments, including cognitive and functional decline
  • Diagnostic testing, as needed
  • Family education
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Individualized treatment planning
  • Medication management
  • Support and assistance with discharge planning

Alcohol and Chemical Treatment (ACT)

The ACT at Mountain View Hospital is a short-term comprehensive substance abuse detoxification program which addresses the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of adults ages 18 to 55. The ACT is a dual diagnosis program where both addiction and mental health can be addressed and treated.

Our medical detoxification service provides a safe place with 24/7 monitoring to treat the dangerous symptoms of withdrawal from drugs and/or alcohol.  Patients typically detox within 3-5 days.  Our professional and compassionate staff work closely with patients, their family, and caregivers to develop an individualized treatment plan. The combination and severity of symptoms from an individual’s illness, compared against the normal context of their life, determines the services required.


Mental health assessments

If you or someone you know needs behavioral health care, we encourage you as individuals, family, friends and professionals to reach out to us. We'll gladly answer your questions and help you find a path forward. If you need it, we also provide evaluations on-site through our 24-hour hospital crisis team.

Behavioral health at MountainStar Healthcare

Behavioral health refers to the medical practice of taking care of patients’ mental health care. Mental health care refers to the treatment and care of diseases like depression, anxiety and many more. Treatment often involves some form of psychotherapy.

Learn about Behavioral health