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Acute Inpatient Care Program

River Crest Hospital provides crisis stabilization services for adults who require psychiatric care in a secure setting. This short-term treatment is intensive and therapeutically focused, aimed at moving patients from the inpatient setting to day treatment and/or outpatient settings as quickly as possible.

The overall goal of this mental health program is to achieve a level of reintegration or stabilization as rapidly as possible. The inpatient program is structured to promote the maximum cognitive, social, behavioral, and emotional development in each patient while providing an atmosphere of respect and compassion for each individual.

Each patient is evaluated and treated by a multidisciplinary treatment team on our staff. All therapies concentrate on specific strengths and weaknesses of each patient, and are designed to promote feelings of increased self-worth and self-control.
Advantages of Acute Inpatient Care:

  • Safe, controlled, structured environment
  • 24-hour nursing care
  • Intensive physician and therapist involvement
  • Physician led multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Case Management
  • Able to utilize both medication and psychotherapy, as appropriate
  • Assists in transition to Partial Hospitalization/Outpatient programs
  Our Programs

River Crest Hospital offers various programs from child, adolescents, adults and military. For adults, we offer partial hospitalization program and detox & rehab.

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It’s comforting to know that other people have problems similar to yours. It’s also comforting to know there’s a place you can go for support, guidance, and professional treatment. Contact our admissions staff at 800-777-5722.

Physicians are on the medical staff of River Crest Hospital, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of River Crest Hospital. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.

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