***To reduce community spread of COVID-19, we're asking all patients to please call ahead before visiting a clinic. Secure virtual visits with our psychiatric providers and therapy staff are also now available through phone and video.***
Berryhill Mental Health Treatment Center
At UnityPoint Health - Berryhill Center, our team is committed to providing comprehensive mental health care to assist you every step of the way. Millions of people suffer from anxiety, depression or other mental health disorders. Each year, many find hope in the journey of recovery. You are not alone. Help is here when you need it.
To begin working toward your goals and living your best life, please contact us. One of our team members will listen to you, provide next-steps and help you begin a personalized treatment journey.
Mental Health Services
We offer a complete range of services to people of all ages and backgrounds at UnityPoint Health - Berryhill Center or at any of our outreach mental health clinics. Our team of mental health experts will build a personalized treatment plan specifically for your needs and goals. We serve people with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and physical health problems, from short-term problems to the most disabling illness. Services include treatment options for:
*No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. Click here to learn more about our Financial Assistance Policy.
Common Symptoms to Consider
It's completely normal to feel down sometimes. But when these feelings become persistent, unmanageable or are accompanied by physical changes it may be time to talk with someone who can help. At Berryhill Center, we're here when you need it. Our team is ready to help you identify if you're struggling with anxiety, depression or another mental health condition. If you're experiencing any of the symptoms below, call us at 1-800-482-8305 to talk with a team member about your options.
Symptoms of anxiety, depression and mental health conditions can include:
- Unhealthy changes in play
- Physical changes such as nausea or muscle tension
- Withdrawal from family or friends
- Excessive worry or fear
- Feeling sad, lonely, isolated
- Confusion or problems concentrating
- Extreme mood changes
- Often feeling irritable or angry
- Changes in sleeping habits
- Difficulty concentrating on daily tasks
- Nervous energy or restlessness
- Overeating or appetite loss
- Loss of interest in things you once enjoyed
- Having thoughts of harm to self or others
- Progressive memory loss or confusion
- Difficulty perceiving reality
- Other emotional or behavioral changes
If you're experiencing a crisis or life-threatening situation, call 911 immediately. For crisis evaluation and counseling, contact one of our emergency response services at:
Behavioral Health Urgent Care -(515) 955-7171
Trinity Emergency Room - (515) 573-3101
Levels of Care - Therapy & Treatment Options
We recognize that exploring emotional and mental health services is a big step and you may have questions. Programs are available for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors at varying levels of confidential care, including:
Examples of programs:
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Parent-Child Counseling
- Couple's Counseling
- Medication Management
- Primary Care
Treatment services are guided by our team of experts in psychiatry, medical care and counseling. Get to know our mental health experts who are accepting new patients.