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Marlborough Hospital provides treatment for psychiatric challenges at all levels of care. Psychiatric and mental health challenges can significantly impair a person’s ability to function and can negatively impact basic daily living, relationships, work, as well as one’s overall quality of life.

Our staff provides responsive, high-quality mental health care with the ultimate goal of restoring an individual to an optimal level of functioning.

Adult Conditions We Evaluate and Treat

  • Depression
  • Manic-depressive illness
  • Anger
  • Anxiety disorders, including phobias and panic disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Co-occurring substance abuse

Services Available at Marlborough Hospital

Emergency Psychiatric Services

If you have an emergency, please call 911.

Emergency psychiatric services are provided on a 24-hour basis in our Emergency Department. Early intervention in a crisis can lead to better recovery and growth.  

Our qualified clinicians consult with an on-call psychiatrist in order to provide high-quality emergency services for challenges related to psychiatric, behavioral health and mental health.

Specific services include:

  • Intervention for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence
  • Assistance to friends and family of medical trauma patients
  • Crisis intervention

Partial Hospital Program at Marlborough Hospital

Our Partial Hospital Program provides a structured and supportive environment for individuals who are transitioning from inpatient psychiatry. The program also provides services for individuals who are currently in an outpatient program but may temporarily require a higher level of care.

Inpatient Programs at Marlborough Hospital

The hospital’s 22-bed unit provides short-term stabilization for individuals who are at risk. The emphasis is on rapid assessment and individualized treatment planning utilizing each patient’s strengths and social support network.

Suicide Prevention

The Samaritans provides a 24/7 suicide prevention hotline. To contact the suicide prevention hotline, call 1-877-870-4673.

Anyone in need can use the support of Samaritans, which is free, confidential and anonymous. This program supports both those in need and those calling with concerns for others.

Schedule an Appointment

For Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Marlborough Hospital, please call: