While privately nestled in the quiet, historical town of Redlands, California, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (LLUBMC) offers the unique opportunity of providing exemplary chemical dependency and mental health care with the support of a world-renowned teaching hospital. Upon entering the grounds, one's spirit will begin healing with the panoramic view of our local mountains and occasional fragrance of sweet orange blossoms.
LLUBMC recently expanded it’s services to our Southwest Riverside community at the Loma Linda University Medical Center-Murrieta location with the Adult Partial Hospitalization program. The treatment philosophy of LLUBMC is to strengthen, restore, and renew the patient and his or her family. Toward this goal, our caring professionals strive to treat the whole individual by considering all the interrelated biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of their lives.
Recognizing the individual, complex needs of patients facing mental illness and chemical dependency, LLUBMC provides a full range of services including inpatient and outpatient treatment. In carrying out our mission, "to make man whole" a multi-disciplinary treatment team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, chaplains, dieticians, family counselors, and adjunctive therapists assists the patient in meeting personal goals and restoring the family unit to guide them to the road of recovery. LLUBMC specializes in a variety of mental health issues for youth, adults,and senors including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse issues
- Suicidal tendencies
- Other emotional and behavioral health problems
- Chronic pain management and medication dependency
While the journey through recovery requires tremendous commitment, it is comforting to know we offer a compassionate staff highly trained to offer quality care and meet patients' and their families' needs.
Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center-Murrieta
28078 Baxter Road, Suite 230
Murrieta, CA 92563
If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
You may also call the following hotlines:
- Alternatives to Domestic Violence (800) 339-7233
- Child Abuse Hotline (800) 827-8724
- Community Crisis Hotline (800) 603-4673
- Youth Crisis Hotline (800) 843-5200
- LLUBMC Intake for Further Information (909) 558-9275