Diamond Grove Center is located approximately 90 miles northeast of Jackson, Mississippi, approximately 75 miles east of Meridian, Mississippi, and 30 miles west of Starkville, Mississippi.
Diamond Grove opened in 1997, serving Winston County and surrounding counties.
Diamond Grove Center offers a broad range of treatment programs for children and adolescents through a multi-disciplinary staff of professionals that include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioner, registered and licensed practical nurses, family nurse practitioners, social workers/therapists, mental health specialists, recreation/activity therapists, teachers and occupational therapists.
Diamond Grove Center is comprised of three major components:
- 25 Child/Adolescent Acute Psychiatric beds (ages 5-17)
- a 30-bed Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) (ages 6-17)
- Day Treatment Services - offered to the local school districts when needed.
The facility incorporates a therapeutic milieu specifically designed for the treatment of serious emotional disturbances, psychological, and behavioral difficulties among children and adolescents, ages of 5-17.
Diamond Grove Center is a sole community provider for inpatient behavioral healthcare not only for this service, but extending out 75/90 miles to other facilities (Alliance Health Care (Meridian) and Brentwood Behavioral Health Care (Jackson).
For families, singles, and retirees, the Starkville (Home of Mississippi State University) community and surrounding areas (facility located in nearby Louisville, KY) offer an abundance of places to see, events to attend, and activities to enjoy. The opportunities cover a multitude of interests from SEC sporting events, participatory sports, outdoor recreation, tours, rodeos, historical sites and buildings, and festivals to concerts, art galleries, and museums – and, of course, a wide range of shopping and dining options. Well-maintained city and county parks provide convenient venues for many activities