Peninsula Mental Health provides solution-oriented care for treatment of:

  • Depression, anxiety, panic, and phobias
  • Behavioral disorders including Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder with parent, school and physician involvement
  • Impaired sexual functioning, including arousal and performance disorders
  • Group care for men, women, and ADHD
  • Eating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia
  • Relational conflicts for couples, parenting and families
  • Life transitional issues such as chronic illness, aging, adolescence, divorce, death and dying

Services include 24-hour emergency care for patients of the practice, comprehensive psychological and psychoeducational assessment, evaluations and diagnoses and individualized, time-oriented treatment plans. Physicians receive prompt updates regarding the status of patient care.
Our treatment programs include:

  • Adult Intensive Outpatient
  • Outpatient Alcohol & Other Drug
  • Comprehensive DUI

Other Services Offered

  • Confidential Assessments
  • In-Hospital Assessments & Treatment
  • Pretrial Evaluations
  • Interventions
  • Family Counseling
  • Educational Presentations
  • Supervisory & Management Training
  • Drug & Alcohol Screening
  • Motor Vehicle Administration Social Drinker Education
  • 24-Hour Emergency Call for Patients in Treatment Programs


Peninsula Mental Health Services provides medication with our staff psychiatrist. We provide psychiatric medication services for adults. Psychiatric medications are often used with our patients experiencing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Our psychiatric medication services are coordinated with our patients, pediatricians, and primary care physicians. Peninsula Mental Health Services’ philosophy believes that with certain disorders medication can be used to enhance the various psychotherapies provided to patients.