Inpatient Psychiatric and Chemical Dependency Disorders Programs and Services
The adult psychiatric program offers comprehensive treatment for persons at least 18 years old who are experiencing a psychiatric disorder. Our inpatient program includes individualized treatment planning, individual, group, and family therapy, as well as instruction in skills of daily living. Our goal is to evaluate and stabilize the patient’s level of functioning within the community.
Treatment is available for individuals who are experiencing a psychiatric illness compounded by an addictive disease. Clinical needs are met through a psychiatric treatment setting and are integrated with addiction treatment. This program provides safe detoxification and intensive addictive disease rehabilitation in a psychiatric environment.
Detoxification is the process of eliminating or neutralizing toxins in the body. Medical detoxification seeks to rid the body of harmful toxins and therefore enables the body to heal itself and return to work. Rolling Hills Hospital offers medical detoxification which focuses on the safe withdrawal from alcohol and other substances while encompassing a structured clinical program.
Chemical dependency is a psychological and sometimes physical need to use alcohol or other drugs that doesn’t go away even when using them causes negative consequences. It is a primary, chronic disease with genetic, psychosocial and environmental factors that influence its development and manifestations. At Rolling Hills Hospital, patients are provided a depth of knowledge and insight into their issues that are vital to recovery. The twelve-step program is an essential part of recovery and is reinforced by providing a healthy, sober, atmosphere promoting spiritual, mental and physical growth in a community setting.
Our Treatment Team
Our medical team will conduct extensive neuropsychological assessments of cognitive and behavioral states. This will allow the treatment team to accurately diagnose and develop individualized care protocols specific to the patient’s needs.
A psychiatrist experienced in the needs and challenges of the geriatric population, leads the caring and compassionate Rolling Hills Hospital staff.
Other involved with the patient’s individualized treatment program may include psychologists, nurses, licensed therapists, social workers, certified nurse aids, mental health technicians, recreational therapists and other health care professionals within the hospital setting. Each member of the health care team is hihgly trained and experienced in the care of seniors. The treatment team incorporates co-existing medical diagnoses such as arthritis, hypertension, cardiovascular conditions and other diseases into the treatment plan.
Rolling Hills Hospital provides inpatient treatment for psychiatric and chemical dependency disorders in adults, including geriatrics and the developmentally disabled. Services have been designed so that each patient can reach their full potential.