Opened March 2020: An Inside Look at the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion

America’s Largest Pediatric Behavioral Health Hospital and Research Center

The Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion is nine stories. 386,000 square feet. It uniquely integrates acute behavioral health services with intensive outpatient programs. The Pavilion prioritizes patient safety in a colorful, friendly environment for those dealing with severe behavioral health concerns.

It’s transformational. It’s innovative. It’s stigma-breaking.

Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion

Lower Floor
  • Cafeteria
  • Gift Shop
  • Conference/Training Rooms
First Floor
  • Psychiatric Crisis Department with Extended Observation Suite
  • Critical Assessment and Treatment Clinic
  • Sanctuary
Second Floor
  • Mood and Anxiety Program
  • Family Based Intensive Therapy (FBIT)
  • Center for Suicide Prevention and Research
  • Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic
Third Floor
  • Youth Crisis Stabilization Unit (YCSU)
  • Behavioral Health Administrative Offices
  • Faculty Offices
Fifth Floor
  • Partial Hospitalization Program
  • Ronald McDonald Family Room
  • Courtyards
Seventh Floor
  • Inpatient Units
Eighth Floor
  • Inpatient Units
Ninth Floor
  • Gym
  • Outdoor Play Deck
Pavilion Fast Facts
  • The roof is designed with conservation in mind, holding a water reserve of 1,195,237 gallons. This measure is good for the environment, holding the equivalent of 10,865 bathtubs of water for landscape irrigation.
  • Construction of the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion required 22.5 million pounds of concrete - the equivalent of 540 fully loaded school buses.
  • The Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion has 610 workstations.