Archbold Northside is a private, not-for-profit, inpatient behavioral health facility dedicated to the treatment and stabilization of individuals suffering from psychiatric and chemical dependency problems.
Desigend for both comfort and privacy, our facility is located on a private, self-contained campus in Southwest Georgia, making it the perfect location for personalized and compassionate treatment.
Northside helps individuals and families suffering from emotional, behavioral and chemical dependency problems. We believe in the inherent resiliency of the human spirit and the capacity not only to recover, but also to experience new growth. Throughout treatment, we work with patients and their families with a consistent core of therapeutic programs.
Our team of qualified professionals is dedicated to delivering high-quality, compassionate care to the patients we serve. By utilizing an interdisciplinary approach, we are able to meat the unique needs of each patient.
Our interdisciplinary team includes:
- Board-Certified Psychiatrists
- Clinical Psychologist
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed Practical Nurses
- Psychiatric Technicians
Assessment and Evaluation
If you or someone you know needs help, call the Northside HELPline. Our 24-hour line offers a resource to the community when help is needed for a psychiatric or chemical dependency problem. The help is confidential and free.
When you call our 24-hour HELPline, you will always speak with a qualified and caring professional who can answer your questions and help you plan your next step. Our professional assessment team will conduct an initial assessment free of charge to evaluate your physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and family needs and determine the most appropriate level of care. Our professionals will make sure that you receive exactly the right help, right away.
Our Intake Department can be reached at:
24 Hour Crisis HELPline 1.800.238.8661 or 229.516.3494
Daily from 6:30pm-8pm
We encourage the engagement of family members and loved ones in the treatment of our patients.