Inpatient Mental Health – Peak Behavioral Health
Child Acute Care Program – Serves ages 4-11 who are in need of short-term crisis stabilization for severe distress and/or exhibiting dangerous behaviors. Children will participate in group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and recreational therapy as part of their treatment. Discharge planning for aftercare begins the day of admission with family/guardian involvement.
Adolescent Acute Care Program – Provides crisis-stabilization for adolescents who are suffering from emotional/behavioral and or substance abuse concerns. This program is designed to treat ages 12-17 in a therapeutic and structured environment. Adolescents will participate in group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and recreational therapy as part of their treatment. Discharge planning for aftercare begins the day of admission with family/guardian involvement.
Adult Acute Care Program – This program is designed to provide stabilization for adults ages 18 and older in severe distress and or exhibiting unsafe behaviors. Adults will participate in group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and recreational therapy as part of their treatment. Discharge planning for aftercare begins the day of admission with family/guardian involvement.
Inpatient Detox– We offer detox from a wide range of substances while being able to monitor withdrawal symptoms under 24 hour nursing supervision. We provide relapse prevention education treatment.
Senior Program – Provides crisis stabilization to patients ages 55 and older who are exhibiting severe behavioral, emotional and substance abuse concerns.
Mission Recovery Program – Serves active duty service members and veterans. This program is designed to meet the unique need of the military.
Please call if you or someone you know is suffering from:
- Suicidal/Homicidal Thoughts
- Self-harm behaviors
- Substance Abuse
- Bi-polar Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Acute Inpatient Treatment Components Include:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Case management
- Activity therapy
- Life skills
- Medication management and education
- Discharge planning
Residential Treatment Services
Peak Behavioral Health Services provides a safe, therapeutic environment for adolescent boys and girls, ages 12-17 who exhibit a persistent pattern of severe emotional and/or behavioral issues. These behaviors are frequent, disruptive and cannot be treated in a lesser level of care. Our trauma informed care approach: Treatment is individualized for each resident, and we encourage parents/guardians to participate actively in their child’s treatment. Each PRFT unit has its own licensed therapist, and residents are seen regularly by psychiatrists. To ensure resident safety and to promote the skills, each unit is staffed by licensed nurses and trained mental health technicians. Residents attend a licensed on-site school.
Residential Treatment Components Include:
- Gender-specific programs
- Trauma informed program
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Substance abuse education
- Recreation therapy
- Licensed school
- Psych-educational and process groups
Multi-disciplinary Treatment Team Includes:
- Licensed therapists
- Mental health technicians
- 24-hour nursing services
- Social services
- Recreational therapist
- Discharge planning with family/guardian involvement begins upon admission.