Cypress Grove Behavioral Health Hospital offers exceptional in-patient psychiatric care for children and adolescents, ages 5-17. The 60-bed hospital is a state licensed, Joint Commission Accredited facility in Bastrop, Louisiana. Cypress Grove has a full in-house staff of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, therapists, behavioral health technicians, allied health professionals, and caring administrators. Our goal is to help patients address their individual concerns and gain self-understanding to empower them to live healthy, productive lives. Our team will provide you, your loved one or patient with a complete range of services. Our qualified professionals integrate a variety of solution-focused approaches with success-oriented treatment as our goal. In addition to treating children and adolescents, adult outpatient services are offered at our Bastrop and Monroe campuses.
“I am proud to lead this team toward becoming the premier behavioral health care provider in the area, state and region. We are honored to serve our patients and excited to see their success.”
CEO of Cypress Grove Behavioral Health System
Director Clinical Services
Chief Nursing Officer
Director Utilization Review/Access
Human Resources Business Partner
Director of HIM
Director of Marketing & Business Development
Director Compliance, Quality Assurance & Accreditation
Director of Facilities
“In my visits to Cypress Grove, I have been tremendously impressed with the dedication of our staff to the wellbeing of the young people in their care. Cypress Grove is a wonderful addition to the Meridian Behavioral Health network, not just as an expansion of our geographical reach, but more importantly, as an extension of the care standards we represent.”
President and CEO of Meridian Behavioral Health, parent company of Cypress Grove
While it is normal for all children to experience difficulties at times during childhood, there are situations and symptoms which require professional intervention. Common mental health issues in children may include having thoughts of harming self or others, anxiety which impairs daily functioning, and anger issues. To determine if it is time to seek professional mental health treatment for children ask:
These questions are only a guide in determining when to get help and are not intended to replace a mental health evaluation. You know your child better than anyone else. If you are in doubt, seeking a consultation with a trained mental health professional will be the first step in helping your child to improve and determining whether or not your child is experiencing a mental health problem.