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Get Support at Our San Jose & Sacramento Psychiatric Facility

If you are struggling with mental illness, addiction, or a combination of the two, there is hope for recovery. At our San Jose & Sacramento psychiatric and rehabilitation facility, our team of psychiatrists has over 60 years of combined experience and we take a proactive and compassionate approach to treating our residents. Through holistic care and a dedicating to meeting your individual goals, we can get you on the road to recovery. We can treat the following conditions and more. To ask questions about a specific situation, please feel free to contact us.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is characterized by cycling periods of intense activity or manic behavior, followed by a depressive crash. Those who suffer from this disorder are at a high risk for suicide and/or self-harm, and generally require the support of treatment and medication. At National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services, we can help you if you have been suffering and don't know where to turn.


Living with depression can make even the smallest tasks seem like an impossible struggle. Symptoms of this condition include feelings of hopelessness, lethargy, overwhelming sadness, changes in appetite or weight, unshakeable fatigue, inability to take pleasure in things that once held a strong interest, and more. The severity of this condition can vary, but in many circumstances a combination of medication and therapy can yield a significant improvement and recovery.


Schizophrenia is one of the most debilitating forms of mental illness. It is marked by disorganized thinking, speech, and an inability to interpret reality.

Symptoms of this disorder include:

This disease can cause a tremendous amount of suffering and should always be treated with medication and therapy. At National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services, we are here to help residents with schizophrenia to heal and recover through a comprehensive program.

Mental Illness

Our psychiatrists have vast experience in helping residents whose lives are affected by many different forms of mental illness. It can be especially challenging to lead a life while struggling with these problems, but with treatment, social support, medication, and other treatments, it is possible to make a recovery and move on to the next chapter of your life.

We can help to treat the following illnesses and more:

Suicidal Tendencies

Because of how hard it can be to deal with mental illness and substance abuse, self-harm and suicide is a very serious risk for those with these struggles. It can seem like the only way to escape the pain to some, but our team at National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services can offer hope for a brighter future. It is possible to overcome your illness and addiction, and you can do so in a safe, understanding, and compassionate environment when you come to our San Jose & Sacramento psychiatric and rehabilitation facility.

Addictions & Substance Abuse

Many individuals turn to drugs or alcohol as a way of self-medicating. People who are especially at risk of addiction are those who have experienced traumatic events, assault, or abuse, have high-stress lifestyles, are the children of people with a history of addiction, and those with mental illness. The abuse of substances is a way to mask pain without addressing the underlying causes. At National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services, we can guide you toward a hope of a life without the destructive cycle of addiction, helping to rehabilitate you and help you take control of your future.

Reach Out to Our Team

Talk to our psychiatrists and mental health team at our San Jose psychiatric facility today if you are suffering from a mental illness or struggle with addiction. We are here to help you through this time. Our facility is a state-of-the-art, relaxing environment where we promote healing and hope through a holistic approach to treatment.

Contact us at (408) 457-6284 in San Jose or (408) 568-9834 in Sacramentoto speak to a member of our team - phones are answered 24/7.