Visitor Information

Support and contact with loved ones is an important part of treatment. Visits from friends and family are an extremely important aspect of treatment for patients working to recover from a mental illness. It’s important to show your love, encouragement, and support so they can rest assured that they are not alone along the path to recovery.

See our visitation schedule for the month of January below:

Please note our visitation guidelines:

  • Each unit will have specific visiting dates/times.
  • Families/Supports are strongly encouraged to check the Belmont Behavioral Hospital Website prior to arriving to confirm that visiting will be occurring as planned.
  • Families/Supports will visit with their loved ones as a group in the patient dining rooms located on the first floor of the hospital.
  • To ensure maximum visiting time, visitors are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes before scheduled visiting times.
  • All visitors MUST check in with Reception with a valid PHOTO ID prior to visitation.
  • All visitors are expected to behave in a safe manner with PRS, visitors, and staff while on campus.
  • All visitors are required to store all belongings (including cell phones) in lockers and pass through our metal-detecting device.
  • Visitors are encouraged to leave belongings locked in their vehicles.
  • Patient belonging drop-offs will NOT be accepted during visiting hours
    • Drop-off times are as follows: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 1 pm to 4 pm and Saturday/Sunday 10 am to 12 pm
  • Two visitors allowed per session
  • Visitors must be 18 or older
  • All visitors to our children and adolescent units must be on the approved visitor’s list. If you have questions about the visiting list, please contact your assigned case manager
  • Children cannot be left unattended in the lobby during visits
  • No food or drink will be allowed
  • All visitors must comply with current facility Infection Prevention requirements

Please contact us with any other visitation questions. 

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