Acute Stabilization for Adults
The Adult Inpatient Program at Spring Mountain Treatment Center works to assess, diagnosis and quickly stabilize acute psychiatric issues and any co-occurring substance abuse problems in adults ages 18 and older. Our interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists, and psychiatrist develop individualized treatment plans that take into account the various mental, physical, social and emotional needs of each patient. The goal of the program is to get the patient stabilized for discharge to a lower level of care.
Upon admission, the individual will be assigned to a therapist who will focus treatment work on one of two areas: affective disorders or psychotic disorders. A psychiatrist will complete a psychiatric evaluation and assess the need for medication. We aim to give patients coping and communication skills that can help them better manage their emotions and behaviors. We work with patients and their families, as necessary, to develop discharge plans that give them the continued care they may need to maintain a high quality of life over time.
PROGRAMS FEATURES & SERVICES
- Assessment, diagnosis, and stabilization of acute psychiatric and/or substance abuse issues
- A structured, therapeutic environment that meets the needs of acute conditions and problems
- Focus on a transition to less intensive level of care
- A multidisciplinary treatment team, providing evidence-based treatment
- Medical evaluation by a board-certified internist
- Substance abuse counseling and educational groups
- Discharge and aftercare planning with families, caregivers, and referral sources
INPATIENT TREATMENT FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE
At Spring Mountain, we treat addiction as a disease that should be cared for alongside other psychiatric and mental health issues. If you or your loved one is experiencing substance abuse issues, we offer addiction treatment as a part of our inpatient program. For more detailed information about our Substance Abuse & Detox services, please click here.
Help is a Call Away
Our Admissions Specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide no-cost mental health assessments. Call us at 702-322-1919 or visit our facility to get started. You can also use our online contact form for program inquiries. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.