Treating People. Supporting Families.
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Treating People.
Supporting Families.

Call 800-256-5300

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Care for the Whole Community

Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital has been providing psychiatric services for teens and adults for more than 40 years, offering individualized, trauma-informed programs that treat the “whole person,” not just the illness they’re battling. Our long-tenured staff focuses on an individual’s strengths and their connections to the community, encouraging patients to actively participate in their recovery. Located in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, in Montgomery County, we offer support, guidance and intervention to help our patients to cope with their issues and improve functioning so they can look toward a brighter future.

Confidential, no-cost assessments are available 24/7 by calling 800-256-5300.

Our Services

The adult inpatient program is designed to help adults age 18 and older to stabilize from emotional crisis or symptoms of acute mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues and disorders. Our approach to treatment is influenced by “Trauma-Informed Care,” a treatment modality that takes into account everything in a patient’s past to carve out a brighter future in recovery.

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The adolescent inpatient program meets the unique needs of teens age 13 to 18 (but who are still in school) that are struggling with behavioral issues or mental health issues like depression and anxiety. Patients and families work closely with the treatment team to put together individualized plans to get the patients back on a healthy track. We coordinate with the patient’s school during their stay to make sure they don’t fall behind while receiving care.

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Our Extended Acute Care program is a longer program specifically for patients from Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties. The program offers longer stays for patients that require a more collaborative approach to treatment than other residential programs available in the area. Patients focus significantly on recovery methods and how to maintain that recovery long-term.

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Our hospital does not offer pet therapy, but we do take pride in our canine visitor, Bruce the Dog. Our hypoallergenic Golden Doodle visits every Wednesday to provide a friendly face and support to patients of all ages, helping us all feel more at ease and more at home. We consider him a member of the staff at our hospital and he’s just as eager to help as we are.

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Patient Satisfaction

4.36 / 5
I was treated with dignity and respect
4.55 / 5
I feel better now than when I was admitted
4.38 / 5
Overall I was very satisfied with my treatment

* Data based on patients surveyed between July-December 2023.

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1 day ago

While school is out for the summer, keeping kids busy enough to nurture them and avoid the dulldroms is chllenging. Many communities offer activities for children of all ages. However, if you loved one is struggling with his/her mental health needs, @Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital can be reached by calling 800-256-5300 and requsting to speak to an admissions specialist who can advise on the process of being assessed. #youarenotalone ... See MoreSee Less

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Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital warmly welcomes its newest orientation class, who are diligently learning Crisis Prevention Information to further develop their skills in de-escalating patients and promoting a safe and supportive environment. #thisisbrookeglen ... See MoreSee Less

Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital warmly welcomes its newest orientation class, who are diligently learning Crisis Prevention Information to further develop their skills in de-escalating patients and promoting a safe and supportive environment. #thisisbrookeglen

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3 days ago

Men's Mental Health Awareness Month encourages men and boys to be proactive in their health by incorporating healthy living decisions. 46% of Americans will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their life. If you or a loved-one are experiencing signs of a mental illness, there is help. Call Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital at 1-800-256-5300 or go to your nearest emergency department or Crisis center in your area. You are not alone and help is available. ... See MoreSee Less

Mens Mental Health Awareness Month encourages men and boys to be proactive in their health by incorporating healthy living decisions. 46% of Americans will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their life. If you or a loved-one are experiencing signs of a mental illness, there is help.   Call Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital at 1-800-256-5300 or go to your nearest emergency department or Crisis center in your area.   You are not alone and help is available.
3 days ago

On Juneteenth Day, we recognize the freedom that came on June 19, 1865 of enslaved people of Texas. This day was known as Emancipation Day. More than 250,000 African Americans embraced their freedom.
Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital brings awareness to their staff on this day of freedom, and served an outstanding brunch for them to enjoy as well as breaking bread with one another. This feast is brought to them due to the culinary expertise of their Chef, Ms. Ronda and her crew. From shrimp and grits to bananas foster French toast along with so much more, this was truly delicious. Staff and patients alike had the opportunity to feast.
Additionally, thank you to Gary from BVP Coffee Co, Urban Art Gallery, and The Black Reserve Bookstore for sharing their businesses products to purchase. What a great way to start this day!
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On Juneteenth Day, we recognize the freedom that came on June 19, 1865 of enslaved people of Texas.  This day was known as Emancipation Day.  More than 250,000 African Americans embraced their freedom.  
Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital brings awareness to their staff on this day of freedom, and served an outstanding brunch for them to enjoy as well as breaking bread with one another.  This feast is brought to them due to the culinary expertise of their Chef, Ms. Ronda and her crew.  From shrimp and grits to bananas foster French toast along with so much more, this was truly delicious.   Staff and patients alike had the opportunity to feast.  
Additionally, thank you to Gary from BVP Coffee Co, Urban Art Gallery, and The Black Reserve Bookstore for sharing their businesses products to purchase.  What a great way to start this day!Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment
5 days ago

Major Depression in the U.S. is more common than you may think!

As the summer months start to get underway, not everyone enjoys the warmer weather and more opportunities for socializing.

Did you know?
Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. This condition can interfere with one’s ability to engage in life’s activities.

It is characterized by a depressed mood and includes symptoms such as issues with sleep, eating, energy, concentration and low self-esteem for a period of at least two weeks.

Facts and figures

 In 2021, an estimated 21 million adults had at least one major depressive episode, representing 8% of all U.S. adults.
 More women than men had the condition (10% compared to 6%).
 An estimated 61% of adults with the condition received treatment in the past year.
 Approximately 5 million teens aged 12 to 17 had at least one major depressive episode, representing 20% of adolescents.
 More girls than boys had the condition (29% compared to 11.5%).
 An estimated 41% of teens with major depressive episode received treatment in the past year.
 The overall rate of major depression was highest among ages 18-25.


According to The National Library of Medicine, a combination of medication, psychotherapy and somatic therapies is the most effective way to manage depression.

Individuals do not have to miss out on fun summer activities. Treatment is available. If you know someone who is struggling,
contact us today at 215-641-5404. Learn more about our various programs and services at www.brookeglenhospital.com.
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Major Depression in the U.S. is more common than you may think!
 
As the summer months start to get underway, not everyone enjoys the warmer weather and more opportunities for socializing. 
 
Did you know? 
Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. This condition can interfere with one’s ability to engage in life’s activities.
 
It is characterized by a depressed mood and includes symptoms such as issues with sleep, eating, energy, concentration and low self-esteem for a period of at least two weeks.
 
Facts and figures
 
 In 2021, an estimated 21 million adults had at least one major depressive episode, representing 8% of all U.S. adults.
 More women than men had the condition (10% compared to 6%).
 An estimated 61% of adults with the condition received treatment in the past year.
 Approximately 5 million teens aged 12 to 17 had at least one major depressive episode, representing 20% of adolescents.
 More girls than boys had the condition (29% compared to 11.5%).
 An estimated 41% of teens with major depressive episode received treatment in the past year.
 The overall rate of major depression was highest among ages 18-25.
 
 
According to The National Library of Medicine, a combination of medication, psychotherapy and somatic therapies is the most effective way to manage depression.
 
Individuals do not have to miss out on fun summer activities. Treatment is available. If you know someone who is struggling,
contact us today at 215-641-5404. Learn more about our various programs and services at www.brookeglenhospital.com.

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A Word From Our Patients

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“From the first time I attended therapy group, I was absolutely assured that the group leader cared. Without a doubt, Brooke Glen staff has really made a difference in my treatment.”

- Former patient
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“What I experienced at Brooke Glen was just short of a miracle. Not just the way they treated me, but how they handled even the most difficult patients.”

- Former patient
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“I know you went above and beyond in helping me and going the extra yard when I was in your facility. Your genuine, caring guidance and advice will always be remembered. I am grateful that you were my doctor. God bless you.”

- Former patient
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“I want to thank you for the great staff and doctors that I saw while at your hospital. The food was good and the rooms were clean. I would give your hospital an A+.”

- Former patient
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“Our daughter was at Brooke Glen. The experience we had was wonderful! We appreciated the level of professionalism of the Social Worker and Psychiatrist as they took seriously her history and listened to our concerns. They explained things thoroughly to us during this mental health crisis.”

- Former patient

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Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital
7170 Lafayette Ave
Fort Washington PA, 19034

Toll-Free Phone: 800-256-5300
Local Phone: 215-641-5300

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