The Inpatient Program at Behavioral Health Services provides the most comprehensive continuum of care in our area. This allows us to play an integral part in providing quality and confidential patient services.
Our goal is to help each patient return to the highest quality of life possible in a secure, comfortable and therapeutic environment. We are committed to a philosophy of care that reserves the dignity and integrity of each patient.
Our objective is to stabilize the patient in crisis, evaluate and diagnose, and develop an individualized plan that meets each patient’s needs. We strive to create an environment that promotes recovery and resilience. We emphasize the importance of mental health and general medical care as the key to overall wellness.
Our admission process is confidential and available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Planned admissions offer an opportunity to gather patient histories and explore payment options.
Our mental health team includes the following professionals:
- Social Workers
- Psychiatric nurses
- Recreational therapist
Individual and daily group therapy play a key role in helping patients to enjoy a fulfilling and productive life, while encouraging a sense of competency and hope. Individualized aftercare programs are developed to ensure that each patient receives support after they return home.
Adult & Senior Programs
Behavioral Health Services specializes in both adult and senior programs. At our 20-bed inpatient facility, we provide comprehensive mental health services for emotional and behavioral problems throughout each stage of life.
Our Adult Program provides patients with ways to successfully cope with life’s challenges and facilitate recovery. The program is designed to provide treatment for individuals that:
- Are anxious or depressed
- Have mood or behavioral disorders
- Have thought disturbances and other emotional difficulties
- Have attempted suicide or are considered a suicidal risk
- Exhibit assaultive behavior due to a psychiatric diagnosis
- Are a threat to others
Our Senior Program serves patients 65 years of age and older who are experiencing emotional problems including:
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Assaultive behavior as a result of a psychiatric or dementing disorder
- Acute inability to care for self or comply with the prescribed psychiatric or medical health regimens that endanger the welfare of patient or others.
Therapy dogs visit inpatient behavioral patients each week, providing comfort to patients going through tough times. They help lift spirits and ease social barriers, as people seek help with substance abuse, good and behavioral disorders.