Behavioral Health
adult patients doing art projects with an art therapist

Our adult acute programs assist adults, 18 years and older, who are experiencing psychiatric, emotional and/or substance abuse problems, including those in crisis.

An interdisciplinary approach brings together psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment experts within the context of short-term, highly specialized and individualized in-hospital programs.

Intensive treatment program

The Intensive Treatment Program, or ITP, assesses and rapidly stabilizes adults who are experiencing severe psychological illnesses. The goal of treatment is to reduce and manage the patient's symptoms and to help the patient learn about his/her illness and treatment.

Adult psychiatric services

Adult Psychiatric Services, or APSY, are targeted to adults whose psychiatric or emotional problems require evaluation and stabilization.

Inpatient detoxification services

Treatment consists of a period of detoxification in which the patient receives medical care during withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs.

Dual diagnosis services

Dual diagnosis treatment assists patients whose alcohol and drug problems cannot be addressed in isolation from their psychiatric difficulties. Many people find their recovery threatened by serious mood disorders. These services are individually designed to address both chemical dependency and the psychiatric disorders.

Patients and family