If you or a loved one has a mental health crisis, our inpatient behavioral health units at Atrium Medical Center , Miami Valley Hospital , and U pper Valley Medical Center are available to help you. At each hospital, our professional team of psychiatrists , nurses, and social workers provides you with a safe, welcoming atmosphere and well-tested therapies to help you get through the crisis and return safely home. We accept patients with a wide range of mental and behavioral disorders, but we primarily treat people who have:. They will assess you and assist you in setting goals for a healthier, more balanced mindset.
Adult Neurodevelopmental Service – Institute of Mental Health
The following resources can be used to help you find inpatient or residential mental health treatment services should there be a need for this type of treatment. There are times when a person becomes so ill that they are at risk of hurting themselves or others and hospitalization becomes necessary even though the individual does not wish to enter a hospital. While seeking help voluntarily is always preferable, if that is at all possible, the decision to hospitalize involuntarily can be more caring than it seems if that is the only way your family member or friend can get the care they need, especially if there is a risk of suicide or harm to others. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's 24 hour toll-free crisis hotline , TALK can put you into contact with your local crisis center that can tell you where to seek immediate help in your area. To help in choosing an inpatient or residential treatment facility, if you have a choice of available facilities in your area, it can be helpful to talk with your psychiatrist or therapist, contact our local Mental Health America affiliate , and speak with members of area support groups for recommendations.
The Institute of Mental Health houses 2, beds spread over 50 wards. For those who require inpatient care, we offer effective treatment and rehabilitation programmes, set in a modern and comfortable environment. Our heartfelt wish is to help our patients return to the pink of health in the shortest time possible.
The primary goal of the psychiatric inpatient service is to provide top quality, short-term psychiatric inpatient care to the citizens of North Carolina in a compassionate, attentive, cost-effective and clinically prudent manner. At the present time, the primary clinical focus of our inpatient services is on the short-term stabilization of acute psychiatric disorders emphasizing discharge and disposition planning to help patients move quickly to less restrictive alternatives of care. While we provide detoxification services to substance abusers, as well as dual-diagnosis programming where applicable, we do not at this time provide primary inpatient substance abuse treatment.