Mental Health Programs
For Males & Females age 5 to 17
For Males & Females age 55+
Our goal is to help children, adolescents and seniors who are suffering from emotional and behavioral health problems. We help to them to stabilize and improve their clinical status. We work closely with referral sources, families, and community agencies to return them to their daily activities in their homes, schools and community.
Acute Inpatient Program
The goal of our acute inpatient program is to effectively treat children, adolescents and seniors suffering from acute behavioral health challenges. We provide assessment, diagnosis and rapid stabilization of acute psychiatric issues with referrals to less intensive, appropriate levels of follow-up care and support. Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) used include Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), “Seven Challenges” and principles of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Best practices used include the Pycho-Education material of “Why Try”.
The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is designed for adolescents (ages 12 – 17 years old) with primary psychiatric disorders who require intensive support and structure but not 24-hour inpatient care. Clients attend PHP five days per week for six hours a day and receive medication management and therapeutic services and access to a psychiatrist, registered nurse and therapist while being able to return home in the evening and be home on the weekend.
Our PRTF is an intensive moderate to long term residential care which provides active treatment in a safe, structured, therapeutic environment for children, adolescents and seniors with severe emotional disturbances, substance abuse, or mental illness. These services are provided with safety, monitoring, and treatment as priority focuses to help youth develop skills to succeed in less-restrictive, permanent settings. Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) used include Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), “Seven Challenges” and principles of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Best Practices include the use of the Good Lives Model and Pycho-Education material of “Why Try”.