Click to Return
Back Back

Search WDH

Find a Provider


Search WDH

Behavioral Health

Support & Guidance

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health can be described as a continuum from wellness to distress to illness. We all experience times of stress, grief, depression and/or anxiety. We may experience these conditions in a variety of ways, ranging from mild and temporary symptoms to persistent disorders. Maintaining whole-person health includes a focus on both medical and mental wellness. Wentworth-Douglass Hospital and Wentworth Health Partners believe whole-person wellness is essential to patient-centered care; and offer several behavioral health programs.

Great Bay Mental Health
Outpatient individual, couples, and family counseling and psychiatric medication management for children, adolescents and adults.

At this time, due to the overwhelming demand for behavioral health services we are only accepting patients from Wentworth Health Partners primary care offices or Wentworth-Douglass behavioral health programs.

Learn more about Great Bay Mental Health.

The Doorway

Walk-in and scheduled services for assessment of substance use disorders, connection to resources, and referral to treatment.

Learn more about The Doorway.

Integrated Behavioral Health

Behavioral health clinicians embedded within Wentworth Health Partners primary care practices work as part of the primary care medical team to provide short-term solution focused interventions to improve whole-person wellness. Speak with your Wentworth Health Partners primary care provider for a referral to an integrated behavioral health clinician.

Hospital Consultation

Assessments of patients for behavioral health issues in the Emergency Department and inpatient units; help with decision-support for patients who have comorbidities; help with psychiatric medication management of patients; referral and planning for services such as outpatient counseling or inpatient psychiatric care.

Resources are meant as informational only and do not replace professional assessment and treatment.


Find a provider on Psychology Today 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Talk with someone 24/7 on this toll-free hotline if you are thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support.

Contact Us

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital

789 Central Avenue

Dover, New Hampshire 03820

Phone: (603) 742-5252

See All Locations

Subscribe to our newsletter.

Sign up to receive occasional emails about Wentworth-Douglass news and events.