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Youth Resiliency Campus

Burrell Behavioral Health’s Youth Resiliency Campus will be a place for youth and families to access mental health care when they need it. Open 24/7, our Youth Behavioral Crisis Center will provide crisis stabilization for teens between the ages of 13 and 17. Referrals for ongoing care and direct admission into other campus programs will be available. In order to offer the different levels of care our youth and families need, our campus will feature clinical and community-based outpatient services, an intensive outpatient program, and partial hospitalization. On this campus, we will also provide a 16-bed youth residential treatment center for our community’s highest-need youth. Our vision is for this campus to offer immediate treatment and hope to families in crisis as well as connection to the ongoing care they need.

YBCC Rendering

Hood-Rich Architecture Youth Resiliency Campus rendering 2023

Future Programs and Services

Youth Behavioral Crisis Center

A 24/7 crisis center for youth and families to access mental health services for teens between the ages of 13 and 17. No referral is necessary. All are welcome to walk in for immediate assistance when crisis care is needed.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Structured mental health services occurring 2-3 hours per day, multiple days per week, featuring evidence-based treatment for youth as well as parental engagement components.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Intensive clinical treatment offered five days a week for 5+ hours each day in a safe and structured environment for youth. Includes family therapy and skill-building opportunities.

Youth Residential Treatment Program

A 16-bed, mental health residential treatment program for youth, with an average length of stay of six months.

24-Hour Crisis Line

If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health or substance-use crisis, please call our toll-free 24-hour telephone line. Our team can help provide immediate assistance.

Southwest Missouri: 1-800-494-7355

Central Missouri: 1-800-395-2132

National Help Line: Call or Text 988