Trinity Health provides inpatient behavioral health services to children (age 4 to 12), adolescents, and adults. We work collaboratively with other areas such as physical and occupational therapy, pastoral care, and dietary to assure a variety of care that meets all of our patients’ needs. We do not use psychosurgery or aversive, corporal punishment, or fear-eliciting therapies.
Adults may be admitted for treatment of major depression, depressive disorders, schizophrenia, or recurrent psychotic disorders. We also treat patients with special needs – confused, demented, disoriented, aggressive, socially disruptive, dependent in daily cares, or with multiple and or/severe mental illness.
Children and adolescents may be admitted for treatment of adjustment disorder, mood disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder adjustment reaction with mix emotions, and attention deficit with hyperactivity.
Patients may receive individual, family, and group therapy; psychological testing, case management, and referral services, therapy and nursing care, and education.
The treatment team includes a psychiatrist, licensed social workers, a master’s prepared counselor, a psychologist, nursing staff, activity therapist, and others as deemed appropriate on an individual basis. Programming and professional nursing are available 24 hours a day, seven-days a week.