About SUN

Solving Unmet Needs
in Your Community

At SUN Behavioral Health, our team of dedicated, compassionate professionals is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people and communities we serve.

We partner with hospitals, doctors, schools and social service agencies to solve the unmet behavioral health needs that exist in neighborhoods across the country. Our top priority is delivering positive outcomes for our patients and their families, from education about the recovery process to programs that save lives and enhance life.

More than 43 million U.S. adults experience mental illness every year. You are not alone. If you or someone you love is struggling, we can help. SUN counselors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help with everything from urgent situations to questions about our programs.

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When feelings of sadness
and hopelessness persist,
SUN is here to bring light


Join our team,
let your light shine

Mental health treatment and substance abuse disorders can be stressful and confusing. At SUN, our team of experts fosters a caring, healing hospital environment designed to meet each person’s unique recovery needs.

If that sounds like a team you’d like to be part of, we want to hear from you. We’re growing and looking for skilled and compassionate professionals with a passion to improve the lives of others to join us at SUN.

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56% of American adults
with a mental illness do
not receive treatments


Help bring a warm ray
of light to people

With growing national reach, SUN Behavioral Health is making a difference in communities throughout the country. As we review where to add services, we believe we can make a greater impact with the support and coordination of care from existing hospital systems.

More than 43 million U.S. adults experience mental illness every year. It has no biases, no gender or age restrictions, and no socio-economic boundaries. Most people have been touched by someone needing services like ours in some way — either for themselves, a friend or a family member.

We invite you to tell us where you see needs for mental health and substance use treatment services in your community and opportunities to work together to transform people and by extension the communities in which we serve.

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