Mental & Behavioral Health Locations

Norton Children’s Mental & Behavioral Health, affiliated with UofL School of Medicine, offers physicians, psychologists and staff who are highly skilled in caring for children with behavioral health needs. We provide children and families with tools and resources to promote success during and after inpatient treatment.

Mental and Behavioral Health Locations

Norton Children’s Weisskopf Center
571 S. Floyd St., Suite 130
Louisville, KY 40202

Norton Hospital
Bingham Clinic
200 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202

Norton Children’s Mental & Behavioral Health – 6305

Norton Children’s Mental & Behavioral Health

Call for information

(502) 629-6305


If you have an emergency situation or crisis, call 911 or visit the closest emergency department.

How to talk to kids about the stresses in their lives

Children encounter troubling issues every day, from divorce, major illness and death of a loved one to community violence, natural disasters and other tragedies making the news. To guide a child’s understanding of difficult issues, […]

Read Full Story

Helping girls with self-esteem

Remember that little girl who bounded through the day wearing a bathing suit, a glitter-frosted tutu, a superhero cape, a fire chief helmet and rain boots— all at the same time? Has your brave young […]

Read Full Story

World Health Organization identifies gaming as a diagnosable mental health condition

Jay spent the start of summer glued to his Xbox. When his mom brought him to Healthy Living Workshops, a wellness series sponsored by Kohl’s Cares and held by Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness at […]

Read Full Story

Bullying from siblings is just as harmful as schoolyard bullies

Taunting and teasing between siblings may seem like a rite of passage many adults experienced as children. Parents may have chalked it up to normal sibling rivalry. While siblings may fight like cats and dogs, […]

Read Full Story

Overcoming childhood depression and suicidal thoughts

There were more than twice as many suicides in the United States than homicides in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Suicide is one of the most devastating occurrences a […]

Read Full Story
Related Stories

How to talk to kids about the stresses in their lives

Children encounter troubling issues every day, from divorce, major illness and death of a loved one to community violence, natural disasters and other tragedies making the news. To guide a child’s understanding of difficult issues, […]

Read Full Story

Helping girls with self-esteem

Remember that little girl who bounded through the day wearing a bathing suit, a glitter-frosted tutu, a superhero cape, a fire chief helmet and rain boots— all at the same time? Has your brave young […]

Read Full Story

World Health Organization identifies gaming as a diagnosable mental health condition

Jay spent the start of summer glued to his Xbox. When his mom brought him to Healthy Living Workshops, a wellness series sponsored by Kohl’s Cares and held by Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness at […]

Read Full Story

Bullying from siblings is just as harmful as schoolyard bullies

Taunting and teasing between siblings may seem like a rite of passage many adults experienced as children. Parents may have chalked it up to normal sibling rivalry. While siblings may fight like cats and dogs, […]

Read Full Story

Overcoming childhood depression and suicidal thoughts

There were more than twice as many suicides in the United States than homicides in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Suicide is one of the most devastating occurrences a […]

Read Full Story

Search our entire site.