Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services offers exceptional behavioral health care and diagnostic and treatment services for teens and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs. Our treatment approach features a multidisciplinary and individualized mental health treatment plan.

Each patient undergoes an intensive mental health assessment at intake performed by a licensed clinician. During this confidential assessment, which is provided at no-cost, our team will decide:

  • The best treatment option for the individual
  • Medications that will be required
  • An individualized plan and recovery expectation for the patient and their loved ones to review

Overview of Our Mental Health Assessments

Mental health assessments performed by our healthcare professionals are confidential and can be done seven days a week. These assessments take 30 to 45 minutes to complete. During this time, a member of our professional staff meets with you to evaluate your needs and review your treatment options with you. If treatment at our psychiatric hospital is not appropriate, we will refer you to the community agency or healthcare specialist that can best meet your needs.

Our mental health programs are eligible for coverage under Blue Cross Blue Shield, TRICARE®, Magellan, Cigna, Aetna, United Health Care, Medicare and most other major insurance plans.  We also accept Medicaid for teens ages 12-17.

Click here to download our referral form.

For further information on our programs/services, questions regarding our admission process, or to schedule a mental health assessment, please call 336-794-3550 or email us.

“TRICARE” is a registered trademark of the TRICARE Management Activity. All rights reserved.


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.