Behavioral and Mental Health

Norton Children’s Behavioral & Mental Health, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provides outpatient and inpatient mental health care for children ages 2 to 21. Patients and their families have access to child psychiatric and psychological evaluation and treatments. Services include medication therapy and a broad range of individual, group and family therapies. A social worker is on call to assist with addressing barriers to care.

What We Treat

We offer two distinct care types depending on the patient’s need:

  • Inpatient care provided at Norton Children’s Hospital through the Ackerly Child Psychiatric Unit
  • Outpatient care provided at Norton Hospital in downtown Louisville and the Norton Children’s Behavioral & Mental Health office on Stonestreet Road

‘The Best Care to Meet the Child Where They Are’

“When families choose Norton Children’s Behavioral & Mental Health for their child’s care, they are choosing a multidisciplinary team focused on providing the best care to meet the child where they are.”

Christopher K. Peters, M.D.
Medical Director
Norton Children’s Behavioral & Mental Health

Why Choose Norton Children’s Behavioral & Mental Health

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