Adult Treatment Program

The Adult Treatment Program (ATP) provides crisis stabilization and intensive treatment for both voluntary and involuntary adult patients ages 18 or older. Comprehensive assessment and treatment is provided in a safe and nurturing environment by employing a multidisciplinary team approach to treat patients with mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder as well as thought disorders, including schizophrenia and disorders with psychotic features.

Through medication management and group therapy in the Treatment Mall, the Adult Treatment Program works to stabilize individuals who may have thoughts and intent of harming themselves or, in the case of psychosis, delusions and hallucinations that may lead to actions that harm others. Treatment focuses on equipping patients with the tools they need to maintain their safety and stability both while in the hospital and after discharge. Patients are also provided with assistance in setting up appropriate outpatient care to continue their recovery process beyond their hospitalization.

Dual Treatment Program

The Dual Treatment Program (DTP) meets the physical, psychological, educational and social needs of individuals who have a significant mental illness, as well as evidence or history of addiction and substance abuse. Treatment during hospitalization focuses on helping patients safely medically detox, develop and maintain sobriety while also managing their unique behavioral health issues. The program’s multidisciplinary team includes a Chemical Dependency Specialist (a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Level II) who leads psychoeducational groups in the Treatment Mall, specializing in issues specific to substance abuse and addiction. In addition, the Dual Treatment Program assists patients with finding appropriate follow up care to continue the recovery process, including outpatient addiction treatment programs and medication-assisted treatment such as Buprenorphine.

Have questions? Please call our Community Access Program at (615) 342-1450.