Friday, May 22nd, 2020, 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Bradley Lecture Center • Children's Harbor Building
Childhood and adolescence can be challenging times, especially when children have problems with mood, paying attention or face difficulties at home or school. If problems are not treated, children can develop low self-esteem, perform poorly at school, have trouble with relationships or struggle to reach their potential. At Children’s of Alabama, we want to help you during these difficult times.
Parents often comment that the care their children receive at Children’s is comprehensive and specific to their child. We are dedicated to understanding your child and providing tools they need to be successful in life.
Our Behavioral Health Ireland Center Objectives
Professional and Confidential Care Provided
Throughout its history, Children’s has been a leader in Child and Adolescent mental health treatment, education and research. Our treatment philosophy has also been guided by a set of values that helps us achieve our mission, while creating a culture that attracts the best clinical specialists and staff.
Information You Need to Know
For all other types of requests including follow-up appointments, prescription refills, medical records, or billing inquiries, please call our office.
If you have an emergency, and your child is in immediate danger of harming her/himself or others, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
Children's Hospital of Alabama
Behavioral Health Ireland Center
1600 7th Avenue South,
Birmingham, Alabama 35233
Children's at Lakeshore – Outpatient Behavioral Health (referrals only)
2204 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 410
Birmingham, Alabama 35209
New Patient or Appointment Changes: 205-638-9193
Office: 205-870-5678 (referral only)
Office Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.