For adults, psychiatric, emotional and substance abuse problems can affect careers, marriages and relationships. Peachford offers a confidential, caring environment that promotes crisis resolution, positive self-awareness, social skills, and personal growth. The Program is equipped to address a multitude of psychiatric illnesses including depressive disorders, bi-polar illnesses, anxiety disorders and chronic mental illness. Individuals experiencing severe behavioral disturbance or an inability to function my also benefit from treatment. Care is provided on an inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient basis.
Problems we address
- Suicidal feelings/thoughts
- Extreme anger and/or dangerous behavior
- Anxiety/panic attacks
- Hallucinations/delusional thinking
- Manic depressive disorder
- Physical/sexual abuse
Psychiatric treatment is offered to adults at the following levels:
- Acute inpatient hospitalization
- Partial hospitalization
- Intensive outpatient hospitalization
- Individual outpatient by referral
The acute program treats adults in an intensive therapeutic structure, providing medical and psychiatric stabilization and 24-hour nursing care for patients experiencing critical symptoms.
Partial hospitalization is designed to assist individuals who require acute stabilization without the intensity of full inpatient hospitalization. The partial hospitalization program provides six hours of structured programming per day, allowing a patient to return home in the evening.
Intensive outpatient treatment provides three hours of structured therapy per day, allowing the patient to maintain a work schedule and live at home.
For patients whose treatment needs can best be met through individual outpatient therapy, Peachford works closely with a statewide network of mental health professionals to arrange appropriate referrals.