Our Goal is to Help Seniors Maintain Their Quality of Life

Senior Behavioral Health (formerly Phases) is an inpatient service of Dardanelle Regional Medical Center designed for individuals age 65 and older. We assess to determine a treatment plan, schedule daily therapeutic activities and prepare for a smooth transition to either the home or an appropriate setting.

Our Senior Behavioral Health unit includes 10 beds and 4 private rooms. It is located in the medical center for a prompt physician or emergency care. Initial assessments are free and include a pre-admission telephone screening. All patients are admitted by a psychiatrist with a primary care physician, or a hospitalist consulting for any chronic medical condition.

Our individual and group therapy programs involve counseling, music, art, pets, plants, spirituality, relaxation, and recreation. If requested, primary care physicians will receive patient progress reports regularly. If you or a loved one exhibit any of the signs of mental distress, please contact us for a full assessment.

Senior Behavioral Health Dardanelle Regional

Signs & Symptoms:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Crying spells
  • Depression
  • Lack of sleep or excessive sleep
  • Memory loss
  • Paranoia or delusions
  • Sudden weight loss/gain
  • Withdrawn/isolation

Admission Criteria:

  • Age 65 or older
  • Medically stable
  • Any change in mental status
  • Potentially hazardous to self or others
  • Diminished ability to think or concentrate
  • Acute onset of inability to cope with stress
  • Paranoia and/or psychosis
  • Hallucinations or delusions
  • Dementia with behavior problems


A physician, caregiver, concerned family member, or a friend may call us to make a referral. A Senior Behavioral Health Care Professional is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide a confidential, courtesy assessment.


Please contact us at 479-229-6147

Our Mission

Dardanelle Regional Medical Center is accountable to the community to provide high-quality, compassionate health care services.