Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System

Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System offers care in a safe and nurturing environment for children and teens between the ages of five and 17. 


Licensed therapists, psychiatrists and qualified behavioral health providers are dedicated to improving the lives and wellbeing of children and adolescents. Outpatient therapy is also available across the state with options of telehealth therapy sessions at school or at home. 


“We are one of the largest child and adolescent hospitals in the state,” said Lauren English, Licensed Professional Counselor at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital. “We provide both acute and sub-acute (long-term care) inpatient treatment for children and adolescents. Care is determined on an individual basis.”


Pinnacle Pointe is helping more kids who have behavioral health issues, especially now, during the pandemic.


“Our healthcare team advises parents and guardians to embrace all of the emotions their children might express, even the negative ones, in the midst of all the changes and unknowns due to the pandemic,” said English. “Listening and paying attention to opportunities for conversation helps your child manage their emotions. By validating their feelings and teaching empathy, children become empowered to express their emotions now and later as adults. Now more than ever, it’s essential to understand your child’s feelings and how they apply to all of the recent changes in your lives.”


Team members are committed to providing high-quality patient care for children and adolescents who may be struggling with behavioral issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, abuse, conflict, anger and suicide.


Pinnacle Pointe is also available 24/7 to provide a no-cost mental health assessment. Call at 800-880-3322 to schedule an assessment.


If you would like to experience their dedication to quality and individualized care, you can visit their website for more information.


Pinnacle Pointe’s facility is fully operational as staff continue to follow coronavirus guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To find out more about how they are reaching the community during this time, click here.


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