The acute inpatient unit at Crescent Pines Hospital treats adults in mental health crises or in need of substance detox. We provide 24-hour nursing care for patients experiencing these symptoms and a structured and therapeutic environment for adults of all ages.
The acute unit seeks to stabilize patients from their initial and immediate crisis, with the ultimate goal of ensuring that patients return to their lives with interpersonal skills, relationship-building skills as well as personal and emotional development.
Using a multidisciplinary approach, patients’ treatment plans are developed with emphasis placed on medication management as well as individual, group and family therapies.
Crescent Pines’ goal is to provide a nurturing environment that equips patients with conflict resolution skills, positive self-image, and better social and communication skills. Crescent Pines is able to address a variety of psychiatric diagnoses including but not limited to:
The Adult Partial Hospitalization Program is a structured, outpatient program designed to meet the needs of adults with some impairment in their daily lives, without requiring the intensity of an acute care setting. 5 days or 7 days a week programming is available.
Adults in this program work on psychiatric and substance abuse issues in an environment that promotes personal growth with an emphasis on accountability and personal responsibility. This structured programming includes group therapy, individual therapy, activity therapy and family therapy. Individuals in this program meet with a psychiatrist, registered nurses, licensed therapists and social workers. Family involvement is recommended and can be a critical part of patient rehabilitation, as it can reduce the likelihood of an individual relapsing.
The Adult Intensive Outpatient Program is a structured outpatient program designed to meet the personal needs of an individual who needs extra support in their daily lives. Adults in this program meet 3 or 5 days a week, Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Adults in this program work on psychiatric problems and chemical dependency issues in an environment that promotes personal growth with an emphasis on accountability and personal responsibility. This structured programming includes group therapy, individual therapy, activity therapy and family therapy. Individuals in this program meet with licensed therapists and social workers. Family involvement in treatment is critically recommended, as it can assist in reducing the likelihood of an individual relapsing.