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Saint Luke’s North Hospital’s Behavioral Health Program is designed to meet the physical and behavioral health needs of patients facing life-disrupting emotions or mental illness.

Our team of licensed and trained specialists in psychiatry and behavioral health has one goal: to help patients get better.

Advancements in behavioral health and medications mean we can successfully treat most psychiatric illnesses. Our facility provides the therapeutic atmosphere adults with serious emotional or psychiatric illnesses need during treatment, including nursing care and medication management 24 hours a day.

Our team

Our multidisciplinary care team includes:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychiatric nurses and nurse practitioners
  • Master’s-level licensed social workers (LCSW/LMSW)
  • Master’s-level licensed professional counselors (LPC)
  • Expressive therapists (music, art, recreation)
  • Board-certified psychiatric pharmacist (RPh, BCPP)
  • Dedicated discharge planner

Emergency Psychiatric Assessment Services

A licensed behavioral health professional screens and works with Emergency Department physicians and the on-call psychiatrist when indicated to refer patients for behavioral health care.

Guide for Saint Luke's North Hospital–Smithville's Behavioral Health

The Patient Information & Visitor Guide provides a full listing of patient rights and responsibilities; information about patient representatives and/or support persons; and useful information to assist during a stay.

View the behavioral health patient and visitor guide in an electronic format (PDF).

Providers

Locations

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Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Specialists

601 S 169 Hwy Behavioral Health Department
Smithville, MO 64089 

Phone: 816-532-3700

Saint Luke's News

KSHB: Doctors provide mental health tips to deal with Thanksgiving changes
This Thanksgiving is going to be unlike any other due to the COVID-19 pandemic. KSHB spoke to Kadie Harry, PhD, about ways to cope with difficult changes this holiday season.
The Beacon: Older adults in Kansas City are facing increased anxiety, depression during the pandemic
Amid the pandemic, many seniors are dealing with increased loneliness and depression. The Beacon talked to Dr. Kadie Harry and Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place about what they are seeing and how to help your loved ones.
Courier Tribune: Increase current, future health by eliminating stress
According to the American Psychological Association, this year’s stress levels are particularly high. The Courier Tribune talked to Monty Miller about the impacts of stress and ways to cope.