With Rhode Island identified as having one of the highest rates of substance abuse in the country, Butler Hospital and its Care New England partners are launching a public awareness and engagement campaign, Together Make it Better. Join us for the kick off at the Rally 4 Recovery on September 21 in Providence. Details
New Patient Care Center at Butler Hospital
Built in response to the need in Rhode Island for increased access to acute mental health care, the three-story, 48,000 square foot Riverview Building includes an expanded Patient Assessment Services (PAS) center and a new adult inpatient care unit. Details.
CNE Talks (Your) Health - Embrace Your Inner Scrooge
Bah-humbug you say? Don't feel shamed into acting festive when you're just not feeling it. Instead of masking your distaste or disinterest with tinsel and ropes of shiny artificial greenery, embrace your Inner Scrooge this year. Experts say you'll feel better for it. Read more
Most people who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be helped by two established and highly effective treatments that are often used in combination: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and medication. Even people with severe OCD usually benefit from these approaches.
Some individuals, however, do not get adequate relief using the above treatments despite the best efforts of themselves, their doctors, and their therapists. People in this group may be eligible to participate in new research examining Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) as a treatment for OCD.
Meet Rich, Sheila, Ann, and Nikki, members of Butler Hospital's Patient and Family Advisory Council. They share their individual experience, strength, and hope through these videos in order to help others living with a mental illness and people who have loved ones with a mental illness.