About Us

About Us Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services is a nonprofit organization founded in 1910 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Pine Rest is the fourth largest behavioral health provider in the U.S., offering a full continuum of services including inpatient and...

Assessment & Testing

Psychological and neuropsychological assessment, evalutions and recommendations

Dementia Screening an Aging Population

Dementia: Screening an Aging Population According to findings from the Pew Research Center, the number of Americans reaching retirement age will continue to rise dramatically over the next 13 years. As the Baby Boomer generation ages, it is estimated that...


Convenient, customizable and affordable onsite training Equip your staff for successful interactions with patients experiencing psychiatric symptoms. Our educational sessions provide new tools for care and interaction with patients. Confidence in interaction with agitated or severely depressed patients can be...

Consultation Liaison Plus

Consultation Liaison Plus Reduce length of stay for behavioral health patients in emergency and inpatient non-psychiatric care The Behavioral Health Consultation Liaison Plus (CL+) program addresses the needs of behavioral health patients in emergency and medical/surgical departments by providing psychiatric...

Treatment Overview

Over 250 highly trained psychiatrists and psychologists provide a broad spectrum of quality care including psychiatry, therapy, consultation, assessment, counseling and specialty treatments for all ages in convenient, welcoming environments

Church Assistance Programs

Church Assistance Programs Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Church Assistance Program (CAP) provide services from a Christian world-view that is sensitive, inclusive and without apology. Pine Rest provides expert support to leaders of Christian organizations; both for their personal...

Beyond Concussions: Traumatic Brain Injury

Beyond Concussions: Traumatic Brain Injury

A great deal of interest and increasing attention continues to be given to the effects of concussions. As a result, healthcare providers are likely to encounter increasing numbers of patients and family members who are concerned about the effects of head injuries and what assessment and treatment options are available. Recognizing the acute and chronic symptoms of concussion will lead to more favorable outcomes in the future.

Attorney or Psychologist? When Legal Matters and Mental Health Issues Overlap

Attorney or Psychologist? When Legal Matters and Mental Health Issues Overlap

When legal matters overlap with mental health issues, things can get a bit muddy, and it can be difficult to know where to turn first. Do you seek legal counsel or find a psychologist to conduct an assessment? Do you…