Opening 2026

Pine Rest Pediatric Center of Behavioral Health*

We are excited to be helping to bring more mental health services for children and teens to West Michigan with the construction of a dedicated pediatric behavioral health center on our 68th Street Campus. The new pediatric center will dramatically expand services for Michigan families who have been struggling to find the care their children urgently need.

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Inpatient

Additional 800 kids each year

Inpatient

  • 66 Inpatient beds
  • Specialty programming includes a dedicated neurodevelopmental disorders unit
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Specialty Outpatient

Additional 10,000 kids each year

Specialty Outpatient

Supporting kids with ...

  • autism spectrum disorders
  • eating disorders
  • substance use disorders
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Urgent Care & Telehealth

7,500+ kids each year

Urgent Care & Telehealth

  • Same-day psychiatric assessments for 7,500 each year
  • Telepsychiatry to reach more kids in rural areas

Pediatric Center Announcements

Pine Rest Celebrates Groundbreaking of Pediatric Center of Behavioral Health

Pine Rest Celebrates Groundbreaking of Pediatric Center of Behavioral Health

Pine Rest neighbors, staff, construction contractors and families recently celebrated the official groundbreaking of the new Pediatric Center of Behavioral Health, scheduled to open in 2026!

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Focus Groups for Eating Disorders

Focus Groups for Eating Disorders

Have you or a loved one received treatment for an eating disorder as an adolescent? We invite you to attend a 90-minute focus group on May 15 or 16.

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DeVos Family Foundation $50 Million Gift to Advance Children’s Health Care

DeVos Family Foundation $50 Million Gift to Advance Children’s Health Care

Corewell Health, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, Mary Free Bed and Pine Rest will each use the gift to support and advance programs that enable a world-class ecosystem of pediatric health care.

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A Community Solution to the Pediatric Behavioral Health Crisis

A Community Solution to the Pediatric Behavioral Health Crisis

Our community can solve this crisis if it has the will to find solutions and the resolve to carry them through.

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*Current design rendering of the Pediatric Center is for illustrative purposes only.