Windsor-Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine is a full service 160-bed private behavioral health facility offering a wide range of general and specialized services for children, adolescents and adults struggling with emotional, behavioral and or addictive disorders. Program settings include inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient services. The facility is the largest psychiatric facility in Ohio and has been serving the region for over 25 years.
Windsor Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine provides inpatient programs in Ohio. If our experience has taught us anything, it’s that every patient is different, with unique needs and issues to be taken into account when planning treatment. Our multidisciplinary team works with both you and your family to decide which treatment and therapy options will best suit your needs.
Adult Treatment Services – Mental Health Treatment for Individuals 18 Years or Older
Addiction Recovery Services – Detoxification and Treatment for Substance Addiction
Child & Adolescent Treatment Services – Treatment for Children and Adolescents ages 6–18
Windsor-Laurelwood is located in Willoughby approximately 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland and conveniently accessible to communities of northeast Ohio including Youngstown, Canton and Akron. The Cleveland area with over 4 million diverse residents is a great place to live and work as it is attractive to urban and suburban lifestyles. Cleveland offers a diverse economy of healthcare, financial, legal, biosciences, technology, education and much more. There are great entertainment options among them professional sports, music, theatre, arts, culture and recreation. The region boasts some of Ohio s top school districts, colleges and universities.
Windsor-Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services (UHS) one of the nation s largest and most respected hospital management companies. The Windsor-Laurelwood website can be accessed at the main UHS website by following links on the Behavioral Facilities list.