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A Place for Healing and Hope

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Compassionate Behavioral Therapists in Jacksonville, NC

Brynn Marr Hospital is committed to providing the highest standard of psychiatric care to adults, adolescents, and children. Since 1983, our behavioral health therapists in Jacksonville, NC, have equipped patients with the skills they need to live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. We offer evidence-based treatment programs that address a number of issues, including grief, trauma, psychiatric disorders, and substance abuse problems.

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Our Services

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Short-term, structured treatment for children ages 5 to 12 is designed with a solution-focused and evidence-based approach that prioritizes well-being and continued recovery.

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Adolescent acute inpatient services offer around-the-clock, short-term care to individuals ages 13 to 17 who struggle with behavioral or substance use issues.

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Acute inpatient services for adults age 18 and older give the opportunity for crisis stabilization and a decrease of imminently dangerous symptoms.

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Passages is a secured, psychiatric residential treatment facility for girls ages 12 to 17 who struggle to live in a family or community setting due to severity of symptoms.

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We’re Hiring!

If you’re looking for an opportunity to build the career of your dreams and join a dedicated team of professionals, Brynn Marr Hospital is the place for you.

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Letter From the CEO

Read a welcome letter from our CEO about the services we provide and our mission to help our community members.
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News & Events

Browse through the latest news updates and read details on the upcoming events happening at Brynn Marr Hospital.
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Typical Day

Find out about the daily routines and activities a patient can expect during the duration of their stay in one of our acute inpatient programs.
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Licensing & Accreditation

Brynn Marr Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, which helps monitor quality and care. Read more about this designation.
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Patients & Visitors

To improve recovery for patients, we seek to inform their loved ones of our treatment approach, phone hours and details on nearby lodging for visits.
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FAQs

Read some of the most common questions we receive about our facility, the services we provide and our approach to behavioral healthcare.
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Partnerships

Brynn Marr Hospital is a proud supporter of the National Action Alliance on Suicide Prevention. Read more about our partnership.
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We are excited to announce the promotion of Tereaka L., Acute Clinician, to Clinical Services Manager for our Residential program! Tereaka is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and it's appropriate that her promotion happened during #SocialWorkMonth. She tells us she went into social work to serve as an advocate for patients and their families, and we're fortunate to see her do that each day here at Brynn Marr Hospital. Congratulations on your promotion, Tereaka! ... See MoreSee Less

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How can you slow the spread of coronavirus? Listen to and follow directions of your state and local authorities, stay home if you feel sick, keep everyone at home if someone in your household tests positive, stay home if you’re an older adult, or if you live with a serious underlying health condition. Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you develop symptoms and have been in contact with a person known to have coronavirus, or if you have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread of the disease. Learn more from the CDC at bit.ly/COVID-19CDC. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Cindy S., Environmental Services Manager for receiving a Starfish Award for February! Cindy jumped in and assisted another department to ensure quality patient care was being delivered. We know she's been busy helping us keep our hospital safe and healthy for our patients and staff, too, so thank you for your continued hard work, Cindy! ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you know the difference between social distancing, quarantine and isolation? According to the CDC, these tactics help slow and prevent the spread of infectious diseases, including coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn more about what to anticipate and how to adapt as you practice these tactics from SAMHSA at bit.ly/SAMHSAadvice. ... See MoreSee Less

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With so much happening in our communities right now, it's understandable to feel overwhelmed. Practice this grounding exercise to help keep you calm and in the present moment. Learn more about managing anxiety from the CDC: bit.ly/COVID19anxiety. ... See MoreSee Less

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HEALTH ALERT: In response to the recent outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), all in-person visitation has been suspended (with limited critical exceptions). We strongly encourage the use of electronic methods to stay connected with loved ones including telemedicine, Zoom, and extended phone time. As leaders in mental healthcare, we are making every effort to avoid inciting unnecessary panic or anxiety among our clients and families, and we are taking every measure to protect them – along with our employees – during this dynamic situation. We are closely monitoring information provided by key government, regulatory and local entities. View our full Health Alert at bit.ly/bmhCOVID19Update.

If you develop a fever or cough or have difficulty breathing, or have had close contact with someone who has had a presumptive positive or confirmed COVID-19 test result, please seek medical attention. For more information regarding the coronavirus, learn more from the CDC: bit.ly/COVID-19CDC.
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192 Village Drive

Jacksonville, NC 28546

Call: 910-577-1900

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In case of a medical emergency, psychiatric crisis, or if you are at risk of harming yourself or others, CALL 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.

If you need to reach us immediately, call us at 910-577-1900. Licensed mental health professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you or your loved one.