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Behavioral Healthcare with Caring and Compassion

Welcome to Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services.

Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services, located on a beautiful, spacious campus in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, provides intensive, individualized behavioral health treatments for mental health rehabilitation of teenagers and adults. Our facility provides a relaxing, comforting environment to our patients, families, staff and visitors.

Our Behavioral Health Provider Team

Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services has specially trained staff that includes:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Licensed therapists
  • 24-hour nursing staff
  • BA/BS direct-care counselors

Each member of our staff is committed to serving patients with compassion and the highest quality of care. With a variety of programs available, Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services is able to meet the unique and individual needs of a wide variety of patients.

Our mental health rehabilitation programs are eligible for coverage under Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, Magellan, Medcost, United Healthcare, Medicare and TRICARE® as well as most other insurance plans. We also accept Medicaid for teens ages 12-20.

For more information about our mental health services and programs, please call anytime to speak directly to a staff member available to help you at (336) 794-3550. You can also contact us online for more information.

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Physicians are on the medical staff of Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians. Model representations of real patients are shown. Actual patients cannot be divulged due to HIPAA regulations.