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Inpatient Care and Units

Inpatient Therapy

Inpatient services include therapists who provide initial assessments and gain collateral information to help develop individualized treatment plans for all patients. This plan may include family/couples therapy, individual sessions and identification of what group track would be most appropriate. These paths of treatment may include recovery of addictions, learning to cope more effectively with life stressors, overcoming depression or other emotional difficulties, helping to heal from broken relationships or other issues that are presented. All patients are encouraged to attend group therapy at least twice a day and to be actively involved in their treatment. Discharge planners will then provide appointments with an outpatient provider to continue the patient’s care when they are discharged from the hospital.

Inpatient Units:

CEDAR: Inpatient Behavioral Health Services for Acute Adult Patients
The Cedar Unit is a safe, secure acute psychiatric unit for individuals 18 and older. Individuals on this unit may be experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms related to a mental health diagnosis. A team of behavioral health professionals work to stabilize symptoms, while providing support for the patients.

LAUREL: Inpatient Behavioral Health Services for Acute Adult Patients
This is often considered a “step-down” unit from Cedar as patients begin to stabilize. It addresses acute illness in patients who are in need of intensive care. Daily group therapy is provided to help increase coping skills.

POPLAR: Inpatient Behavioral Health and Detox Services for Adult Patients
Poplar provides medical detoxification and treatment for alcohol, illicit drugs, methadone, opiates, prescription drugs or stimulants to those 18 years and older. Our team not only provides detoxification services, but also a wide variety of counseling, education, family assessments, therapies and nutritional services to help patients return to a higher level of functioning.

SPRUCE: Inpatient Behavioral Health Services for Geriatric Patients
Geriatric behavioral health is a field of medicine dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in older adults typically ages 55 and older. These disorders include anxiety, dementia, depression, sleep disorders and other disorders of the brain that impact personality and behavioral changes. Medications will be assessed, and medication adjustment is often a focus of treatment.

WILLOW: Inpatient Behavioral Health Services for Children and Adolescents

The Willow Unit offers outstanding inpatient psychiatric care to children and adolescents in a caring comfortable environment. This 12-bed unit serves young people from ages 6–17. Our professional staff offers expert consultation, evaluation and referral services to meet the needs of these children and their caregivers. 

The facility’s multidisciplinary team is composed of counselors, expressive therapists, medical doctors, nursing professionals and social workers. Family therapy is a focus of treatment and may include guardians or others involved in the child’s care. This team provides highly specialized diagnostics and treatment for young patients with a variety of issues including anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, depression, destructive behavior, psychosis and substance abuse.