Everyone faces challenges. Whether it’s stress from work or family, a life-long condition or the results of our own actions, life can seem cruel. When dealing with every day situations becomes overwhelming, or prevents you from enjoying life, it may be time to seek medical care. Emotional pain is real and deserves the same level of professional care as physical pain. The physicians and staff of St. Joseph Behavioral Health and the Lutheran Health Network have dedicated themselves to helping people achieve a quality of life in which they can take comfort.
St. Joseph Behavioral Health and the staff of mental health professionals is available to respond to calls or walk-in (physician referrals are not required) inquiries regarding adults 18 and older. Free, confidential assessments can be scheduled at any time to identify problems and make recommendations for the appropriate level of care at St. Joseph Behavioral Health or with other community resources.
St. Joseph Behavioral Health is lead by Bryan E. Flueckiger, MD (Medical Director) and Ronald Pancner, MD (Associate Medical Director of substance abuse).