PROGRAMMING

Raleigh Oaks is a new and innovative facility committed to providing behavioral health services to adults, and our aging populations through psychiatric and medical assessment, followed by a treatment process that uniquely encourages patients to participate in their care through what we call a Passport for Hope. Over time we will be expanding our services to offer programming to support children and teens.

We are committed to engaging community support in a patient’s treatment. We currently serve adults with depression, anxiety, or complicated grief issues, but our services will expand over time to support women with complicated trauma, military families, and other needs brought forward by our community.

By the autumn of 2022, Raleigh Oaks will add geriatric services through our Bridges and Legacy programs, designed to support caregivers in assisted living communities and to help patients organize their long-term memories as a gift to their families.

Additionally, our forthcoming youth-oriented service line will encourage healthy behaviors, provide accurate diagnoses, and help our young ones make wise choices for their future. Since hope is a team effort, the treatment team will include physicians with both psychiatric and medical specialties, psychological consultation, nurses and therapists paired together by specialty, and supporting mental health technicians who are trained to engage patients in activities that help generate new approaches to problem-solving and coping skills.

We are new and we are privileged to be a part of the highly regarded nationally recognized Summit BHC system with expert corporate leadership and support.

We are excited and are building an expert team from the ground up to provide dedicated services to the Raleigh region in conjunction with community needs.