Preferred Adult Behavioral Health Treatment Program in Murfreesboro, TN

TrustPoint Hospital is fully committed to helping patients live to their fullest potential by offering world class care to treat a myriad of concerns in the most effective manner possible. In choosing this hospital as the place to embark on a brighter, healthier tomorrow, individuals of all ages experience what it means to heal in a lasting way – the TrustPoint way.

Our Services

When the symptoms of a severe psychiatric illness are impacting a person’s life, acute services are often warranted so as to alleviate the psychological distress and turmoil that is preventing that individual from living a satisfying existence. When in such a circumstance, men and women aged 18 and older can benefit from TrustPoint’s Adult Behavioral Health Unit. This unit, which specializes in treating those grappling with thought disorders and other co-occurring mental disorders, is equipped to meet the unique treatment needs of all who require this type of care.

Among the types of mental health concerns treated within this unit, the following are the most common:

  • Schizophrenia
  • Schizoaffective disorder
  • Delusional disorder
  • Psychosis

What to Expect

Furthermore, so as to ensure that adults receive this care in an immediate fashion, TrustPoint offers assessments for the Adult Behavioral Health Unit 24 hours a day, 7 day a week. The Access Intake Team at TrustPoint or the Access Intake Team at St. Thomas Rutherford Emergency Department can determine if this type of psychiatric treatment is necessary and appropriate to alleviate the symptoms experienced by an individual. When deemed clinically needed, a person can also be admitted to this level of care that same day.

Once admitted to the Adult Behavioral Health Unit, men and women can expect to participate and benefit from the following treatment methods:

  • Individual therapy sessions are offered on an as-needed basis and are conducted by social workers.
  • Family therapy sessions may be incorporated into a patient’s treatment when it is considered necessary to the individual’s healing process.
  • Group therapy sessions, which are led by TrustPoint staff, enable patients to gain information, insight, support, and encouragement from others who have endured and overcome similar challenges.
  • Medication management services are featured on this unit so that men and women have access to experienced psychiatrists who can recommend and prescribe medication when it is needed.

Other methods of care offered within TrustPoint’s psychiatric services may be implemented into a patient’s treatment so that the most favorable treatment outcomes result.

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Lastly, and in order to make sure that TrustPoint patients receive the highest quality care available, only highly trained, seasoned, and dedicated staff are employed at this hospital. From board certified psychiatrists to licensed social workers, each staff member possesses the education and training needed to help patients in an effective and meaningful manner.

If you or someone you care about is grappling with a thought disorder, your search for a top notch treatment provider is over. At TrustPoint Hospital, we can help you or your loved one begin living the healthier life that is deserving of all people. Call us today.


Visitation on this unit is on Tuesdays. Please note that visitors under the age of 18 are not permitted. Visitors are required to leave all of their personal items including cell phones and purses/bags in their car when visiting. No food or outside items are permitted during visiting hours. All visitors must follow the conditions of visitation posted at the hospital entrance. 

I wanted to say how AMAZING TrustPoint was. My doctor was fantastic, he not only was concerned for me but also my wife and daughter. My social worker was so easy to talk to and was so caring. Thank you all for being so supportive and kind in our time of turmoil.

Marks of Quality Care
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Children's Behavioral Solutions
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • Tennessee Hospital Association
  • Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
  • The Jason Foundation