Springbrook Behavioral Hospital is a 66-bed inpatient mental health facility located in Hernando County, approximately 40 miles North of Tampa and 60 miles West of Orlando. We offer 24-hour psychiatric services provided by licensed professionals in various disciplines. Our hospital offers a variety of programs that can be tailored to patient needs, including an older adult program, dual diagnosis treatment, and general psychiatric care.
Springbrook Behavioral Hospital strives to strengthen family communications, enhance self-confidence and help patients and families cope with psychiatric illnesses. We are confident that once a concern is addressed with us, we can satisfy and resolve any issue.
Springbrook Behavioral Hospital is the only hospital in the county that is a designated Baker Act-receiving facility. Our mission is to improve the health and well being of individuals, families and communities impacted by mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and other related social problems. Our continuum of care is cost-efficient, culturally competent, and comprehensive. We work with patients at each phase of recovery to help them achieve long-term success and happiness.
This hospital my son was taken too. And he has been going to another for years but this is the first place that actually has his meds adjusted right.. Such a blessing and the staff and the drs etc all treated him and me with respect. I would highly recommend this facility. No issues at all.
I almost have 3 years off drugs because of this place. The staff were supportive and treated me with dignity and respect they even threw me a birthday party cause I was graduating from the program on my birthday.
Smoking is not permitted in the building, but a secure, outside smoking area is available for patients who can safely participate in scheduled smoke breaks. Fresh air breaks are also provided for patients that don’t smoke.
Each patient’s situation is unique, so each treatment plan is individualized to each patient’s needs. Our physicians and the treatment team work collaboratively with each patient and family to decide on a course and length of treatment, which typically ranges to a few days to a few weeks.