Because no should have to face a crisis alone.
Treatment plans are based on thorough psychiatric evaluations and mental health assessments. Therapists work quickly to identify problems that are affecting the behavior of concern. Effective coping alternatives are taught based on intense skills training and group therapy. Safety plans with alternative coping skills that work best for the patient are developed for successful transition home. Strategies to increase commitment for positive action and motivation for change are integrated in the treatment approach. Medication management may be an effective tool as prescribed by the psychiatrist.
Senior Adult Psychiatric Care: The Legacy Program – is an acute psychiatric program for seniors. The relationship between mental health issues and possible medical problems are addressed as well as behavioral symptoms.
Chemical Dependency for Adults, Medically Supervised Detox Available: The Crossroads Program – utilizes the 12 Steps to address the needs of adults with chemical dependency issues. Adults with co-occurring mental illness are accepted into the program.
Special Needs Teens in Crisis: The Heroes Program – Patients who function at lower levels of communication and understanding require specialized treatment techniques for acute psychiatric episodes. Heroes meets the needs of clients who have a diagnostic history of Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, MRDD, or Traumatic Brain Injury who have a reasonable expectation that behaviors and symptoms will improve with treatment.
Adolescent Psychiatric Care: The New Directions Program – Acute psychiatric inpatient care and partial hospitalization for children and teens ages 10 to 17 in crisis. Effective coping alternatives and intensive skills training are emphasized.
Chemical Dependency for Teens: The Trust Program – Adolescents ages 13-18 that are dealing with chemical dependency issues or that have a dual diagnosis. For teens who have a pattern of repeated substance abuse that poses serious social and health risks.
Issues of Sexual Offending: Courage – This separate, secure unit uses JSOTP, an evidence based program for working with sexual offenders, to address the treatment needs of males ages 12-17 that have committed a sexual offense. “No More Victims” is the goal for each patient.
Outpatient Adolescent Psychiatric Care – Rivendell Behavioral Health Hospital welcomes outpatient psychiatrist Dr. Brian Barczak. Dr. Barczak is accepting child and adolescent patients. He also sees young adults that are currently in college.
Help is Here – If you or your family member is in a crisis or has a mental health issue, please call us at 270-843-1199 or 800-548-2621. We offer a free confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help determine the best way to help. Rivendell is approved by Medicaid, Medicare and most commercial insurance companies including Anthem, Humana and Tri-Care.