Our History

Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton is an acute-care psychiatric hospital that offers a full continuum of care for anyone dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues, from young adults to seniors. We are dedicated to partnering with individuals, families, and communities to improve the lives of patients through the delivery of high-quality, specialty behavioral health services.

We do that by focusing on the whole person. Our customized, team approach to mental health and addiction treatment helps patients build on their strengths through expert strategies in an inpatient setting.

We treat a complete array of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders and many other illnesses. Our co-occurring treatment services include alcohol abuse, illicit drug addiction, and prescription drug use. Our facility is specially designed to provide a safe, comfortable and nurturing environment for hope and healing.

Our highly trained, experienced care teams include physicians, nurses, social workers, therapists, and other professionals. Depending on the level of care, treatment services may include group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and alternative therapies such as music or pet therapy.

We believe your mental illness or addiction does not define you.

We help our patients rebuild a sense of control and empowerment by encouraging them to have a voice and a choice in their treatment. And because we know that patient outcomes are better when families are involved in their treatment, we encourage as much participation in their loved one’s care journey as possible.

Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton also believes in community partnerships. We collaborate with local physicians, medical professionals and organizations to complement and enhance existing networks of psychiatric treatment.

Through compassionate, personalized care, Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton helps patients live their best lives and sets them on a path toward long-term wellness and recovery.