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LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 

TAMPA BAY ACADEMY 
12012 Boyette Road
Riverview, FL 33569  
800-678-3838
Fax: 
813-671-3145
Email: 
info@tampa.yfcs.com
 

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Psychiatric residential services for males and females ages 4 to 17
  • Specialized program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Specialized program for Spanish speaking residents and families
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • On-site Charter School accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (SACS)


DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Depression
  • Bi-polar, Anger Issues, Conduct Disorder
  • Sexually reactive males ages 13 and younger
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • School Phobias
  • Self-destructive Behavior
  • Promiscuity
  • Eating disorders that have been stabilized
  • Family Conflicts
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Chronic Anxiety
     

Accreditations/Licenses:
Accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations
Licensed by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Emily Ramos, 800-678-3838  or  813-677-6700
emily.ramos@tampa.yfcs.com

Contact Person For Contracting: 
Ana Genne, 813-677-6700
ana.genne@tampa.yfcs.com

WEB SITE:  www.tampabay-academy.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

ALASKA

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

ARIZONA

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

ARKANSAS


 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

COMPASS INTERVENTION CENTER 
7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125
1-888-266-7279
901-758-2002

Compass Intervention Center is an intensive residential treatment program designed to address general psychiatric, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders.  Compass provides services for children ages 6 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 17.  Compass is licensed for 108 residential beds and currently operates 88 with plans to expand to the full 108 bed capacity in 2007.

Compass is unique in the Memphis market as it is the only free-standing , privately owned intensive residential treatment facility and the only Tricare certified program in Memphis.  Clients attend program activities and school separated by age and sleep separated by gender.  Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.

The program model at Compass has been very effective with impressive outcomes.  The program demonstrates excellence in may areas of client satisfaction, including the Satisfaction Performance Improvement focus which is driven by the satisfaction data collected at discharge.  The percentage of clients reporting excellent is reported over time and is compared against the national aggregate score of all residential programs in our monitoring group.  Our program is consistently in the top ranking (top quarter) when compared to other residential programs. 

Program Components

  • Clients attend program activities and school
    separated by age and sleep separated by gender.
  • Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour
    nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.
  • Compass Academy, facility-based therapeutic school
    program approved for general and special education
    and pre-GED preparation.
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family and Multi-Family Therapy
  • Multi-disciplinary treatment team (M.D., Therapist,
    RN, Teacher)
  • Introduction to 12-step AA model
  • 12-step meetings
  • Recreation Therapy
  • The average length of stay is 120 days.

Admission Criteria

  • Children ages 6 to 11
  • Adolescents ages 12 to 17
  • Males and Females
  • Average (70) range of intelligence or above
  • Parent support and treatment commitment
  • Diagnosed psychiatric disorder as described in the DSMIV-R
  • Failure of treatment at a lower level of care or inpatient treatment
  • Recent high-risk of dependency behaviors indicating severely impaired judgment
  • Emotional and/or behavioral problems escalating to a level requiring 24-hour care and supervision

Accreditations/Licenses/Certifications

  • Accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  • Licensed by State of Tennessee
  • Approved by Tricare through MAXIMUS NQMC as a Residential Treatment Provider for children and adolescents
  • Certified private school by the TN Department of Education
     

ContactEthan Permenter, Director of Business Development
                (901) 758-2002  Office
                (888) 266-7279  Toll Free
                (870) 623-2220  Cell   
              
ethan.permenter@uhsinc.com

WEB SITE:
  www.compassinterventioncenter.net

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

CALIFORNIA
(See Also WA, CO, OR, NV, NM)

RIVERSIDE CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE  
5900 Brockton Avenue
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 275-8400
Fax: (951) 786-0293
Email: intake@rcbm.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Inpatient Psychiatric

  • Inpatient Chemical Dependency Detox

  • Inpatient Long Term Drug/Alcohol Rehab

  • Outpatient Psychiatric

  • Dual Diagnosis and Chemical Dependency

  • Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Rehab

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Alcohol, Polysubstance, Opiate and Benzodiazepine Detox

  • Major Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder type I & II

  • Schizophrenia

  • Mood Disorders - not limited to above diagnoses


CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Intake, (951) 275-8400 x 233 or 234, intake@rcbm.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Marina Mahoney, (951) 275-8400 x 229, mmahoney@rcbm.com

WEB SITE: www.rcbm.com
 

 

KAHI MOHALA
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 
91-2301 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
(808) 671`-8511
Call Center: (808) 677-2512
Fax:  (808) 677-2574

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Child & Adolescent Residential Treatment Services
  • Partial Hospital
  • Acute Services & Outpatient

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • All Psychiatric & Emotional Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Eating Disorders

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Dixie Dugan R.N., Call Center Manager
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: 
Mary Cambra, Director of Marketing and Business Development

WEB SITE:  www.kahi.org 

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 
 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

KAHI MOHALA
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 
91-2301 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
(808) 671`-8511
Call Center: (808) 677-2512
Fax:  (808) 677-2574

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Child & Adolescent Residential Treatment Services
  • Partial Hospital
  • Acute Services & Outpatient

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • All Psychiatric & Emotional Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Eating Disorders

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Dixie Dugan R.N., Call Center Manager
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Mary Cambra, Director of Marketing and Business Development

WEB SITE:  www.kahi.org 

 

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

  
(See Also WA, OR, CO, NV, NM)

 

COLORADO

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

 

CONNECTICUT

(See PA & VA)

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

D.C.

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:
  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

DELAWARE


Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

FLORIDA


 

LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 

 

TAMPA BAY ACADEMY 
12012 Boyette Road
Riverview, FL 33569  
800-678-3838
Fax: 
813-671-3145
Email: 
info@tampa.yfcs.com
 

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Psychiatric residential services for males and females ages 4 to 17
  • Specialized program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Specialized program for Spanish speaking residents and families
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • On-site Charter School accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (SACS)


DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Depression
  • Bi-polar, Anger Issues, Conduct Disorder
  • Sexually reactive males ages 13 and younger
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • School Phobias
  • Self-destructive Behavior
  • Promiscuity
  • Eating disorders that have been stabilized
  • Family Conflicts
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Chronic Anxiety
     

Accreditations/Licenses:
Accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations
Licensed by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Emily Ramos, 800-678-3838  or  813-677-6700
emily.ramos@tampa.yfcs.com

Contact Person For Contracting: 
Ana Genne, 813-677-6700
ana.genne@tampa.yfcs.com

WEB SITE:  www.tampabay-academy.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


(See Also AL, GA, SC & NC)

 

GEORGIA

 

VISTACARE
3803 Macon Road
Columbus, Georgia 31907
(706) 569-0200
(800) 873-2629
VistaCare is the second largest hospice in America with 39 sites in 16 states.
VistaCare provides palliative care for those experiencing terminal illnesses.
VistaCare's Open Access Philosophy is :  No one should be denied access to hospice
care.  We accept all patients who meet eligibility requirements as outlined in the
Medicare Hospice Benefit.  These include:
Patients on aggressive palliative therapy, such as                                                  Chemotherapy/Radiation, TPN, Ventilator, Blood Products,
or Tube Feeding.
Patients without a primary caregiver at home.
Patients who are not ready to sign a Do-Not-Resuscitate                                                   Order.
VistaCare's Staff include specially trained hospice Registered Nurses who Case Manage
each case, Social Workers, Licensed Counselor, Chaplains, Home Health Aides, Bereavement Coordinator and Volunteers.
VistaCare accepts private insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, and nonfunded patients.
VistaCare does not discriminate racially, religiously, socially or economically.
Contact For Admission/Referral:   Melody Nelson LPN, Director of Admissions/Referrals
Contact Persons For Contracting:   Steve Faulk, Director of Professional Relations or Nicole Ammons, Director of Professional Relations
Go To: www.vistacare.com
Contact: strego@vistacare.com

 

TAMPA BAY ACADEMY 
12012 Boyette Road
Riverview, FL 33569  
800-678-3838
Fax: 
813-671-3145
Email: 
info@tampa.yfcs.com
 

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Psychiatric residential services for males and females ages 4 to 17
  • Specialized program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Specialized program for Spanish speaking residents and families
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • On-site Charter School accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (SACS)


DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Depression
  • Bi-polar, Anger Issues, Conduct Disorder
  • Sexually reactive males ages 13 and younger
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • School Phobias
  • Self-destructive Behavior
  • Promiscuity
  • Eating disorders that have been stabilized
  • Family Conflicts
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Chronic Anxiety
     

Accreditations/Licenses:
Accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations
Licensed by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Emily Ramos, 800-678-3838  or  813-677-6700
emily.ramos@tampa.yfcs.com

Contact Person For Contracting: 
Ana Genne, 813-677-6700
ana.genne@tampa.yfcs.com

WEB SITE:  www.tampabay-academy.com

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

(See Also FL, LA, & NC)


 

HAWAII

 

KAHI MOHALA
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 
91-2301 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
(808) 671`-8511
Call Center: (808) 677-2512
Fax:  (808) 677-2574

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Child & Adolescent Residential Treatment Services
  • Partial Hospital
  • Acute Services & Outpatient

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • All Psychiatric & Emotional Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Eating Disorders

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Dixie Dugan R.N., Call Center Manager
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Mary Cambra, Director of Marketing and Business Development

WEB SITE:  www.kahi.org 

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

(See Also CA, WA)

 

IDAHO

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

ILLINOIS

 

CHICAGO LAKESHORE HOSPITAL
4840 North Marine Drive
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 878-9700
Fax: (773) 907-4607
Email: tdelegatto@chicagolakeshorehospital.com

 

BLOOMINGTON MEADOWS HOSPITAL
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN 47404 
(812 331-8000
(800) 972-4410
Fax: (812) 331-8984

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS: 

Inpatient Services and Acute Services
Children Ages 5-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over
Partial Hospitalization Program
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Substance Abuse
Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 12-18
 
Juvenile Sex Offender Certification
Chemical Dependency
Diagnostic Evaluations
Strong Emphasis on Family Systems
Home Visits
Consistent Reintegration Family Sessions
 

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Learning Development  Delays
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
 

Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  The hospital is also approved under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Dearth, Assessment & Referral Director
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: David Bell, Interim CEO
1-800-972-4410

Web Address: www.meadowshospital.com


Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

VALLE VISTA HEALTH SYSTEM 
898 E. Main Street  
Greenwood, IN 46143
(800) 447-1348
Fax: (317) 882-1631
Email:  zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

    Inpatient Treatment Programs:

  • Mental Health Stabilization
  • Chemical Dependency/Medical Detox
  • Chemical Dependency Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis

    Residential Programs:

  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Juvenile Fire Setting
  • Safe Pregnancy
  • 45-day Diagnostic and Evaluation

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Psychosis NOS
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Thought Disorders

Accreditation:  The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year via its toll-free number 800-447-1348.


Contact Person For Admissions
: Donna Cisco, MSW, LCSW;  (317) 883-5304, donna.cisco@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Zoe Frantz,  (317) 883-5281, zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.vallevistahospital.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

  

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 


INDIANA

 

BLOOMINGTON MEADOWS HOSPITAL
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN 47404 
(812 331-8000
(800) 972-4410
Fax: (812) 331-8984

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS: 

Inpatient Services and Acute Services
Children Ages 5-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over
Partial Hospitalization Program
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Substance Abuse
Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 12-18
 
Juvenile Sex Offender Certification
Chemical Dependency
Diagnostic Evaluations
Strong Emphasis on Family Systems
Home Visits
Consistent Reintegration Family Sessions
 

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Learning Development  Delays
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
 

Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  The hospital is also approved under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Dearth, Assessment & Referral Director
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: David Bell, Interim CEO
1-800-972-4410

Web Address: www.meadowshospital.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

VALLE VISTA HEALTH SYSTEM 
898 E. Main Street  
Greenwood, IN 46143
(800) 447-1348
Fax: (317) 882-1631
Email:  zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

    Inpatient Treatment Programs:

  • Mental Health Stabilization
  • Chemical Dependency/Medical Detox
  • Chemical Dependency Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis

    Residential Programs:

  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Juvenile Fire Setting
  • Safe Pregnancy
  • 45-day Diagnostic and Evaluation

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Psychosis NOS
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Thought Disorders

Accreditation:  The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year via its toll-free number 800-447-1348.


Contact Person For Admissions
: Donna Cisco, MSW, LCSW;  (317) 883-5304, donna.cisco@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Zoe Frantz,  (317) 883-5281, zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.vallevistahospital.com

 

CHICAGO LAKESHORE HOSPITAL
4840 North Marine Drive
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 878-9700
Fax: (773) 907-4607
Email: tdelegatto@chicagolakeshorehospital.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

IOWA

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

KANSAS

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

  

 

KENTUCKY

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

BLOOMINGTON MEADOWS HOSPITAL
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN 47404 
(812 331-8000
(800) 972-4410
Fax: (812) 331-8984

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS: 

Inpatient Services and Acute Services
Children Ages 5-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over
Partial Hospitalization Program
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Substance Abuse
Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 12-18
 
Juvenile Sex Offender Certification
Chemical Dependency
Diagnostic Evaluations
Strong Emphasis on Family Systems
Home Visits
Consistent Reintegration Family Sessions
 

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Learning Development  Delays
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
 

Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  The hospital is also approved under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Dearth, Assessment & Referral Director
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: David Bell, Interim CEO
1-800-972-4410

Web Address: www.meadowshospital.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

VALLE VISTA HEALTH SYSTEM 
898 E. Main Street  
Greenwood, IN 46143
(800) 447-1348
Fax: (317) 882-1631
Email:  zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

    Inpatient Treatment Programs:

  • Mental Health Stabilization
  • Chemical Dependency/Medical Detox
  • Chemical Dependency Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis

    Residential Programs:

  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Juvenile Fire Setting
  • Safe Pregnancy
  • 45-day Diagnostic and Evaluation

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Psychosis NOS
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Thought Disorders

Accreditation:  The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year via its toll-free number 800-447-1348.


Contact Person For Admissions
: Donna Cisco, MSW, LCSW;  (317) 883-5304, donna.cisco@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Zoe Frantz,  (317) 883-5281, zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.vallevistahospital.com

 

COMPASS INTERVENTION CENTER 
7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125
1-888-266-7279
901-758-2002

Compass Intervention Center is an intensive residential treatment program designed to address general psychiatric, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders.  Compass provides services for children ages 6 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 17.  Compass is licensed for 108 residential beds and currently operates 88 with plans to expand to the full 108 bed capacity in 2007.

Compass is unique in the Memphis market as it is the only free-standing , privately owned intensive residential treatment facility and the only Tricare certified program in Memphis.  Clients attend program activities and school separated by age and sleep separated by gender.  Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.

The program model at Compass has been very effective with impressive outcomes.  The program demonstrates excellence in may areas of client satisfaction, including the Satisfaction Performance Improvement focus which is driven by the satisfaction data collected at discharge.  The percentage of clients reporting excellent is reported over time and is compared against the national aggregate score of all residential programs in our monitoring group.  Our program is consistently in the top ranking (top quarter) when compared to other residential programs. 

Program Components

  • Clients attend program activities and school
    separated by age and sleep separated by gender.
  • Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour
    nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.
  • Compass Academy, facility-based therapeutic school
    program approved for general and special education
    and pre-GED preparation.
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family and Multi-Family Therapy
  • Multi-disciplinary treatment team (M.D., Therapist,
    RN, Teacher)
  • Introduction to 12-step AA model
  • 12-step meetings
  • Recreation Therapy
  • The average length of stay is 120 days.

Admission Criteria

  • Children ages 6 to 11
  • Adolescents ages 12 to 17
  • Males and Females
  • Average (70) range of intelligence or above
  • Parent support and treatment commitment
  • Diagnosed psychiatric disorder as described in the DSMIV-R
  • Failure of treatment at a lower level of care or inpatient treatment
  • Recent high-risk of dependency behaviors indicating severely impaired judgment
  • Emotional and/or behavioral problems escalating to a level requiring 24-hour care and supervision

Accreditations/Licenses/Certifications

  • Accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  • Licensed by State of Tennessee
  • Approved by Tricare through MAXIMUS NQMC as a Residential Treatment Provider for children and adolescents
  • Certified private school by the TN Department of Education
     

Contact: Ethan Permenter, Director of Business Development
                (901) 758-2002  Office
                (888) 266-7279  Toll Free
                (870) 623-2220  Cell   
               ethan.permenter@uhsinc.com


WEB SITE:  www.compassinterventioncenter.net

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

TAMPA BAY ACADEMY 
12012 Boyette Road
Riverview, FL 33569  
800-678-3838
Fax: 
813-671-3145
Email: 
info@tampa.yfcs.com
 

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Psychiatric residential services for males and females ages 4 to 17
  • Specialized program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Specialized program for Spanish speaking residents and families
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • On-site Charter School accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (SACS)


DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Depression
  • Bi-polar, Anger Issues, Conduct Disorder
  • Sexually reactive males ages 13 and younger
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • School Phobias
  • Self-destructive Behavior
  • Promiscuity
  • Eating disorders that have been stabilized
  • Family Conflicts
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Chronic Anxiety
     

Accreditations/Licenses:
Accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations
Licensed by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Emily Ramos, 800-678-3838  or  813-677-6700
emily.ramos@tampa.yfcs.com

Contact Person For Contracting: 
Ana Genne, 813-677-6700
ana.genne@tampa.yfcs.com

WEB SITE:  www.tampabay-academy.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LOUISIANA

 

DEPAUL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE
Currently Not Listed

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

  

THE OAKS TREATMENT CENTER
1407 West Stassney Lane
Austin, Texas 78745
(512) 464-0200
1-800-843-6257

Overview of Services:  

The Oaks Treatment Center is a residential facility offering innovative treatment for adolescents with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or developmental problems.  Services include:

  • Intensive Residential Treatment for adolescents, ages 12-17
  • Intensive Residential Treatment for children, ages 5 - 11
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluations, ages 5 - 17
  • Dual Diagnosis Program
  • Treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders
  • Gender-specific residential programs

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Asperger's
  • Fire-Setting Behavior
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Truancy
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Harmful to self/others

Specialty Programs:

  • Multi-focused intensive residential
  • Socialization/at-risk

Accredited by:

 The Oaks Treatment Center is licensed, accredited or approved by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Family & Protective Services
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • CHAMPUS/TRICARE provider

Contact Person For Admissions:  Carol German at (512)-464-0448, or  (800)-843-6257

Contact Person For Contracting:  Cris Cuellar at (512)-462-6718 or (800) 252-5151

WEB SITE:  www.theoakstc.com
E-mail Address: cgerman@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 

 


MAINE

(See Also PA & VA)

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

MARYLAND

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:
  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

MASSACHUSETTS

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


(See Also VA)

 

MICHIGAN


BLOOMINGTON MEADOWS HOSPITAL
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN 47404 
(812 331-8000
(800) 972-4410
Fax: (812) 331-8984

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS: 

Inpatient Services and Acute Services
Children Ages 5-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over
Partial Hospitalization Program
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Substance Abuse
Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 12-18
 
Juvenile Sex Offender Certification
Chemical Dependency
Diagnostic Evaluations
Strong Emphasis on Family Systems
Home Visits
Consistent Reintegration Family Sessions
 

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Learning Development  Delays
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
 

Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  The hospital is also approved under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Dearth, Assessment & Referral Director
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: David Bell, Interim CEO
1-800-972-4410

Web Address: www.meadowshospital.com

(See Also IN & MO)

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

CHICAGO LAKESHORE HOSPITAL
4840 North Marine Drive
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 878-9700
Fax: (773) 907-4607
Email: tdelegatto@chicagolakeshorehospital.com

 

VALLE VISTA HEALTH SYSTEM 
898 E. Main Street  
Greenwood, IN 46143
(800) 447-1348
Fax: (317) 882-1631
Email:  zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

    Inpatient Treatment Programs:

  • Mental Health Stabilization
  • Chemical Dependency/Medical Detox
  • Chemical Dependency Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis

    Residential Programs:

  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Juvenile Fire Setting
  • Safe Pregnancy
  • 45-day Diagnostic and Evaluation

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Psychosis NOS
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Thought Disorders

Accreditation:  The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year via its toll-free number 800-447-1348.


Contact Person For Admissions
: Donna Cisco, MSW, LCSW;  (317) 883-5304, donna.cisco@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Zoe Frantz,  (317) 883-5281, zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.vallevistahospital.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 


MISSISSIPPI

HOSPICE IN HIS HANDS 
P. O. Box 387
Walnut Grove, MS 39189
Ph: 1-866-621-0119
Fax: (601) 267-6690
email: rdumas@hospiceinhishands.com

Hospice In His Hands provides outpatient and inpatient hospice care for the terminally ill.  We serve multiple counties throughout Mississippi out of our Kosciusko, Madden and Magee outpatient offices and our 24 bed licensed inpatient unit is located in Madden Mississippi.

The following may be qualifying diagnoses:

  • Cancer (various sites), Lymphoma
  • Leukemia, Aids, Aplastic Anemia
  • End Stage Heart Disease
  • End Stage Pulmonary Disease
  • End Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • End Stage Liver Disease
  • End Stage Cardiovascular Attack/Stroke
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • ALS, Renal Failure
    This list is non inclusive

Contact Person For Admissions: Charlotte Dunehew, RN, DOCS, 1-866-621-0119, cdunehew@hospiceinhishands.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Roy A. Dumas, Administrator, 1-866-621-0119, rdumas@hospiceinhishands.com

WEBSITE: www.hospiceinhishands.com
 

 

COMPASS INTERVENTION CENTER 
7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125
1-888-266-7279
901-758-2002

Compass Intervention Center is an intensive residential treatment program designed to address general psychiatric, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders.  Compass provides services for children ages 6 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 17.  Compass is licensed for 108 residential beds and currently operates 88 with plans to expand to the full 108 bed capacity in 2007.

Compass is unique in the Memphis market as it is the only free-standing , privately owned intensive residential treatment facility and the only Tricare certified program in Memphis.  Clients attend program activities and school separated by age and sleep separated by gender.  Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.

The program model at Compass has been very effective with impressive outcomes.  The program demonstrates excellence in may areas of client satisfaction, including the Satisfaction Performance Improvement focus which is driven by the satisfaction data collected at discharge.  The percentage of clients reporting excellent is reported over time and is compared against the national aggregate score of all residential programs in our monitoring group.  Our program is consistently in the top ranking (top quarter) when compared to other residential programs. 

Program Components

  • Clients attend program activities and school
    separated by age and sleep separated by gender.
  • Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour
    nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.
  • Compass Academy, facility-based therapeutic school
    program approved for general and special education
    and pre-GED preparation.
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family and Multi-Family Therapy
  • Multi-disciplinary treatment team (M.D., Therapist,
    RN, Teacher)
  • Introduction to 12-step AA model
  • 12-step meetings
  • Recreation Therapy
  • The average length of stay is 120 days.

Admission Criteria

  • Children ages 6 to 11
  • Adolescents ages 12 to 17
  • Males and Females
  • Average (70) range of intelligence or above
  • Parent support and treatment commitment
  • Diagnosed psychiatric disorder as described in the DSMIV-R
  • Failure of treatment at a lower level of care or inpatient treatment
  • Recent high-risk of dependency behaviors indicating severely impaired judgment
  • Emotional and/or behavioral problems escalating to a level requiring 24-hour care and supervision

Accreditations/Licenses/Certifications

  • Accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  • Licensed by State of Tennessee
  • Approved by Tricare through MAXIMUS NQMC as a Residential Treatment Provider for children and adolescents
  • Certified private school by the TN Department of Education
     

Contact: Ethan Permenter, Director of Business Development
                (901) 758-2002  Office
                (888) 266-7279  Toll Free
                (870) 623-2220  Cell   
               ethan.permenter@uhsinc.com


WEB SITE:  www.compassinterventioncenter.net

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 

 

MISSOURI

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

COMPASS INTERVENTION CENTER 
7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125
1-888-266-7279
901-758-2002

Compass Intervention Center is an intensive residential treatment program designed to address general psychiatric, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders.  Compass provides services for children ages 6 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 17.  Compass is licensed for 108 residential beds and currently operates 88 with plans to expand to the full 108 bed capacity in 2007.

Compass is unique in the Memphis market as it is the only free-standing , privately owned intensive residential treatment facility and the only Tricare certified program in Memphis.  Clients attend program activities and school separated by age and sleep separated by gender.  Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.

The program model at Compass has been very effective with impressive outcomes.  The program demonstrates excellence in may areas of client satisfaction, including the Satisfaction Performance Improvement focus which is driven by the satisfaction data collected at discharge.  The percentage of clients reporting excellent is reported over time and is compared against the national aggregate score of all residential programs in our monitoring group.  Our program is consistently in the top ranking (top quarter) when compared to other residential programs. 

Program Components

  • Clients attend program activities and school
    separated by age and sleep separated by gender.
  • Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour
    nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.
  • Compass Academy, facility-based therapeutic school
    program approved for general and special education
    and pre-GED preparation.
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family and Multi-Family Therapy
  • Multi-disciplinary treatment team (M.D., Therapist,
    RN, Teacher)
  • Introduction to 12-step AA model
  • 12-step meetings
  • Recreation Therapy
  • The average length of stay is 120 days.

Admission Criteria

  • Children ages 6 to 11
  • Adolescents ages 12 to 17
  • Males and Females
  • Average (70) range of intelligence or above
  • Parent support and treatment commitment
  • Diagnosed psychiatric disorder as described in the DSMIV-R
  • Failure of treatment at a lower level of care or inpatient treatment
  • Recent high-risk of dependency behaviors indicating severely impaired judgment
  • Emotional and/or behavioral problems escalating to a level requiring 24-hour care and supervision

Accreditations/Licenses/Certifications

  • Accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  • Licensed by State of Tennessee
  • Approved by Tricare through MAXIMUS NQMC as a Residential Treatment Provider for children and adolescents
  • Certified private school by the TN Department of Education
     

Contact: Ethan Permenter, Director of Business Development
                (901) 758-2002  Office
                (888) 266-7279  Toll Free
                (870) 623-2220  Cell   
               ethan.permenter@uhsinc.com


WEB SITE:  www.compassinterventioncenter.net

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

MONTANA


Willow Springs Center 
 
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com


HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

MINNESOTA

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

NEBRASKA


 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com


HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

 

NEVADA


Willow Springs Center 
 
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

(See Also PA & VA)

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

NEW JERSEY


 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


(See Also PA & VA)

 

NEW MEXICO

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

THE OAKS TREATMENT CENTER
1407 West Stassney Lane
Austin, Texas 78745
(512) 464-0200
1-800-843-6257

Overview of Services:  

The Oaks Treatment Center is a residential facility offering innovative treatment for adolescents with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or developmental problems.  Services include:

  • Intensive Residential Treatment for adolescents, ages 12-17
  • Intensive Residential Treatment for children, ages 5 - 11
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluations, ages 5 - 17
  • Dual Diagnosis Program
  • Treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders
  • Gender-specific residential programs

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Asperger's
  • Fire-Setting Behavior
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Truancy
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Harmful to self/others

Specialty Programs:

  • Multi-focused intensive residential
  • Socialization/at-risk

Accredited by:

 The Oaks Treatment Center is licensed, accredited or approved by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Family & Protective Services
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • CHAMPUS/TRICARE provider

Contact Person For Admissions:  Carol German at (512)-464-0448, or  (800)-843-6257

Contact Person For Contracting:  Cris Cuellar at (512)-462-6718 or (800) 252-5151

WEB SITE:  www.theoakstc.com
E-mail Address: cgerman@psysolutions.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

 

NEW YORK

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


(See Also PA & VA)

 

NORTH CAROLINA

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

NORTH DAKOTA

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 


Willow Springs Center 
 
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 



OHIO


BLOOMINGTON MEADOWS HOSPITAL
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN 47404 
(812 331-8000
(800) 972-4410
Fax: (812) 331-8984

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS: 

Inpatient Services and Acute Services
Children Ages 5-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over
Partial Hospitalization Program
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Substance Abuse
Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 12-18
 
Juvenile Sex Offender Certification
Chemical Dependency
Diagnostic Evaluations
Strong Emphasis on Family Systems
Home Visits
Consistent Reintegration Family Sessions
 

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Learning Development  Delays
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
 

Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  The hospital is also approved under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Dearth, Assessment & Referral Director
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING: David Bell, Interim CEO
1-800-972-4410

Web Address: www.meadowshospital.com

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:
  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

VALLE VISTA HEALTH SYSTEM 
898 E. Main Street  
Greenwood, IN 46143
(800) 447-1348
Fax: (317) 882-1631
Email:  zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

    Inpatient Treatment Programs:

  • Mental Health Stabilization
  • Chemical Dependency/Medical Detox
  • Chemical Dependency Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis

    Residential Programs:

  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Juvenile Fire Setting
  • Safe Pregnancy
  • 45-day Diagnostic and Evaluation

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Psychosis NOS
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Thought Disorders

Accreditation:  The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents.

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year via its toll-free number 800-447-1348.


Contact Person For Admissions
: Donna Cisco, MSW, LCSW;  (317) 883-5304, donna.cisco@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Zoe Frantz,  (317) 883-5281, zoe.frantz@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.vallevistahospital.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 


OKLAHOMA


THE OAKS TREATMENT CENTER

1407 West Stassney Lane
Austin, Texas 78745
(512) 464-0200
1-800-843-6257

Overview of Services:  

The Oaks Treatment Center is a residential facility offering innovative treatment for adolescents with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or developmental problems.  Services include:

  • Intensive Residential Treatment for adolescents, ages 12-17
  • Intensive Residential Treatment for children, ages 5 - 11
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluations, ages 5 - 17
  • Dual Diagnosis Program
  • Treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders
  • Gender-specific residential programs

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Asperger's
  • Fire-Setting Behavior
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Truancy
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Harmful to self/others

Specialty Programs:

  • Multi-focused intensive residential
  • Socialization/at-risk

Accredited by:

 The Oaks Treatment Center is licensed, accredited or approved by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Family & Protective Services
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • CHAMPUS/TRICARE provider

Contact Person For Admissions:  Carol German at (512)-464-0448, or  (800)-843-6257

Contact Person For Contracting:  Cris Cuellar at (512)-462-6718 or (800) 252-5151

WEB SITE:  www.theoakstc.com
E-mail Address: cgerman@psysolutions.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

OREGON

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

 

PENNSYLVANIA


 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:
  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

(See Also VA, NC, GA)

 

RHODE ISLAND

(See Also PA, VA)

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

SOUTH DAKOTA

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

 

SOUTH CAROLINA


 

LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 


 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

TENNESSEE


 

COMPASS INTERVENTION CENTER 
7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125
1-888-266-7279
901-758-2002

Compass Intervention Center is an intensive residential treatment program designed to address general psychiatric, substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders.  Compass provides services for children ages 6 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 17.  Compass is licensed for 108 residential beds and currently operates 88 with plans to expand to the full 108 bed capacity in 2007.

Compass is unique in the Memphis market as it is the only free-standing , privately owned intensive residential treatment facility and the only Tricare certified program in Memphis.  Clients attend program activities and school separated by age and sleep separated by gender.  Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.

The program model at Compass has been very effective with impressive outcomes.  The program demonstrates excellence in may areas of client satisfaction, including the Satisfaction Performance Improvement focus which is driven by the satisfaction data collected at discharge.  The percentage of clients reporting excellent is reported over time and is compared against the national aggregate score of all residential programs in our monitoring group.  Our program is consistently in the top ranking (top quarter) when compared to other residential programs. 

Program Components

  • Clients attend program activities and school
    separated by age and sleep separated by gender.
  • Compass is a medical model program with 24-hour
    nursing in a hardware secure physical environment.
  • Compass Academy, facility-based therapeutic school
    program approved for general and special education
    and pre-GED preparation.
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family and Multi-Family Therapy
  • Multi-disciplinary treatment team (M.D., Therapist,
    RN, Teacher)
  • Introduction to 12-step AA model
  • 12-step meetings
  • Recreation Therapy
  • The average length of stay is 120 days.

Admission Criteria

  • Children ages 6 to 11
  • Adolescents ages 12 to 17
  • Males and Females
  • Average (70) range of intelligence or above
  • Parent support and treatment commitment
  • Diagnosed psychiatric disorder as described in the DSMIV-R
  • Failure of treatment at a lower level of care or inpatient treatment
  • Recent high-risk of dependency behaviors indicating severely impaired judgment
  • Emotional and/or behavioral problems escalating to a level requiring 24-hour care and supervision

Accreditations/Licenses/Certifications

  • Accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  • Licensed by State of Tennessee
  • Approved by Tricare through MAXIMUS NQMC as a Residential Treatment Provider for children and adolescents
  • Certified private school by the TN Department of Education
     

Contact: Ethan Permenter, Director of Business Development
                (901) 758-2002  Office
                (888) 266-7279  Toll Free
                (870) 623-2220  Cell   
               ethan.permenter@uhsinc.com


WEB SITE:  www.compassinterventioncenter.net

 

LA AMISTAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
1650 Park Avenue North
Maitland, FL 32751  
800-433-1122 or 407-647-0660
Fax:  (407) 637-3068
janice.seay@uhsinc.com

Specialty Programs treating child/adolescents and adults:

  • Active Military Personnel
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring diagnoses)
  • PTSD (trauma-related conditions)
  • Specialized children's residential treatment program
  • Depression and Bi-polar
  • Substance Abuse (Chemical Recovery)

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy
  • Client-Centered therapy
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy
  • EDMR
  • 12-Step (AA/NA/Alanon)
  • Play Therapy
  • Fully accredited academic program that compliments the clinical programming

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS: Karen Klecic-Pontell, Director of Admissions
Contact Person For Contracting:
Jan Ellison-Seay, Assistant Administrator

WEB SITE:  www.lamistad.com
 


 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

TEXAS

LAUREL RIDGE HOSPITAL 
17720 Corporate Woods Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78259-3509
210-491-9400
1-800-624-7975
Overview of Services:
Laurel Ridge is a psychiatric hospital offering a comprehensive continuum of behavioral healthcare services including acute programs for children, adolescents and adults and residential treatment for children and adolescents.  Services include:

  • Acute crisis stabilization for children, adolescents and adults
  • Partial hospitalization program for children, adolescents and adults
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 4-17
  • Programs for at-risk youth
  • Services for Spanish-speaking patients
  • Gender specific residential programs
  • Services for sexually offensive behavior

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Development Problems
  • Truancy
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Oppositional/Defiant
  • Fire-Setting Behavior
  • Sexual Maladaptive Behavior
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Substance Abuse
  • Harmful to Self/Others

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children ages 4-12
  • Residential services for sexually reactive children ages 4-12
  • Bilingual/bicultural residential services for Spanish-speaking children and adolescents
  • Residential services for adjudicated (court ordered) adolescent males
  • Residential services for adjudicated (court ordered) adolescent females
  • Residential services for sexually offensive adolescent males
  • Reality Oriented Physical Experiential Services (ROPES)
  • Mobile assessment services 24 hours/7days per week
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Partial hospitalization program for children, adolescents and adults

Accredited by:

Laurel Ridge Hospital is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Health
  • Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services
  • Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • Texas Education Agency

Contact Person For Admission:   Shawn Zabava at 210-491-3591 or call the National Call Center at 800-848-9090

Contact Person For Contracting:  Steve Shell at 210-491-3580

Web Site:  www.brownschools.com/laurel_ridge.html

Email Address:  szabava@brownschools.com

 

THE OAKS TREATMENT CENTER
1407 West Stassney Lane
Austin, Texas 78745
(512) 464-0200
1-800-843-6257

Overview of Services:  

The Oaks Treatment Center is a residential facility offering innovative treatment for adolescents with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or developmental problems.  Services include:

  • Intensive Residential Treatment for adolescents, ages 12-17
  • Intensive Residential Treatment for children, ages 5 - 11
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluations, ages 5 - 17
  • Dual Diagnosis Program
  • Treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders
  • Gender-specific residential programs

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Asperger's
  • Fire-Setting Behavior
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Truancy
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Harmful to self/others

Specialty Programs:

  • Multi-focused intensive residential
  • Socialization/at-risk

Accredited by:

 The Oaks Treatment Center is licensed, accredited or approved by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Family & Protective Services
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • CHAMPUS/TRICARE provider

Contact Person For Admissions:  Carol German at (512)-464-0448, or  (800)-843-6257

Contact Person For Contracting:  Cris Cuellar at (512)-462-6718 or (800) 252-5151

WEB SITE:  www.theoakstc.com
E-mail Address: cgerman@psysolutions.com

 

SAN MARCOS TREATMENT CENTER 
120 Bert Brown Road
San Marcos, Texas 78666
512-396-8500
1-800-251-0059
Overview of Services:
San Marcos Treatment Center is a residential facility offering innovative treatment for adolescents with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or neurodevelopmental problems.  Renowned for the clinical expertise of staff and an international referral base, the facility is the original Brown Schools program that was opened by Bert and Lorine Brown in 1940.  Services include:

  • Residential treatment for adolescents, ages 12-17
  • Prescription Plan evaluation and assessment program
  • Long-term therapeutic programs
  • Treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders
  • Gender-specific residential programs
  • Services for sexually offensive behavior

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexual/physical abuse
  • Developmental problems
  • Fire-setting behavior
  • Oppositional/defiant disorder
  • Sexually offensive
  • Truancy
  • Impulse control disorder
  • Psychotic symptoms
  • Substance abuse
  • Harmful to self/others

Specialty Programs:

  • Multi-focused intensive residential
  • Multi-focused Prescription Plan - intensive evaluation, assessment and treatment
  • Neuropsychiatric
  • Socialization/at-risk
  • Developmentally delayed
  • Developmentally delayed/sexually offensive
  • Neuropsychiatric/sexually offensive

Accredited by:

San Marcos Treatment Center is licensed, accredited or approved by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services (TDPRS)
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • CHAMPUS/TRICARE provider

Contact Person For Admissions:  David Finley at 512-754-3208, or call the National Call Center at 800-848-9090

Contact Person For Contracting:  Sherri Gonzalez at 512-464-0245

Web Site:  www.sanmarcostc.com

E-Mail Address:   dfinley@psysolutions.com

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

WEST OAKS HOSPITAL
6500 Hornwood
Houston, TX 77074

(713) 995-0909
Fax: (713) 778-5253
Website: www.westoakshospital.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

UTAH      

(See Also NV, NM, CA, WA & OR)

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

 

VERMONT

 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland


(See Also  PA)


VIRGINIA


 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:
  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

TAMPA BAY ACADEMY 
12012 Boyette Road
Riverview, FL 33569  
800-678-3838
Fax: 
813-671-3145
Email: 
info@tampa.yfcs.com
 

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Psychiatric residential services for males and females ages 4 to 17
  • Specialized program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Specialized program for Spanish speaking residents and families
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • On-site Charter School accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (SACS)


DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • Depression
  • Bi-polar, Anger Issues, Conduct Disorder
  • Sexually reactive males ages 13 and younger
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • School Phobias
  • Self-destructive Behavior
  • Promiscuity
  • Eating disorders that have been stabilized
  • Family Conflicts
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Chronic Anxiety
     

Accreditations/Licenses:
Accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations
Licensed by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Emily Ramos, 800-678-3838  or  813-677-6700
emily.ramos@tampa.yfcs.com

Contact Person For Contracting: 
Ana Genne, 813-677-6700
ana.genne@tampa.yfcs.com

WEB SITE:  www.tampabay-academy.com

 

 

WASHINGTON

 

KAHI MOHALA
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 
91-2301 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
(808) 671`-8511
Call Center: (808) 677-2512
Fax:  (808) 677-2574

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Child & Adolescent Residential Treatment Services
  • Partial Hospital
  • Acute Services & Outpatient

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • All Psychiatric & Emotional Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Eating Disorders

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Dixie Dugan R.N., Call Center Manager
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Mary Cambra, Director of Marketing and Business Development

WEB SITE:  www.kahi.org 

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

WEST VIRGINIA


 

THE PINES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
(757) 461-4565
877-227-7000
Fax: 877-846-6237

Specialty Programs:  

The Child Program

The Child Program, located on the Kempsville Campus in Norfolk, Virginia provides psychiatric and medically managed residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children.  The program is designed to meet the developmental needs of the resident. The program serves male and female children ages 5-11 who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric illness.  Therapists focus on decreasing aggression, improving impulse control and frustration tolerance.  Improving children's social and interpersonal skills is given primary attention and there is a strong emphasis on family involvement.  Behavior management for the children is monitored via a point and level system through which increasing responsibility is demonstrated and extra privileges are earned.  Appropriate and accredited educational services are provided on site.  The program promotes active participation with outpatient providers and aftercare support services in treatment planning, treatment processes, and discharge planning.

The Adolescent Program

The Adolescent Program serves males and females ages 12-18 with a variety of mental health issues.  These include but are not limited to impaired social judgments and impulse control, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and substance abuse disorders/dually diagnosed adolescents (mental health/substance abuse).  The program provides a highly structured, culturally appropriate and psycho-educational experience designed to promote self awareness, self control and cooperation with reasonable demands made by adults in areas parallel to demands made back in the resident home communities.  Residents will participate in a wide range of therapies, academics and prescribed therapeutic activities as their functional level dictates.  They will be provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy with frequencies specified by their Individualized Service Plans.  Prescribed social skills groups, leisure skill groups and chemical dependency services are also provided.  Behavior management is affected through a point and level system based on expectations of age appropriate peer, staff, academic and family relationships and interactions.  This system is the primary means through which increasing levels of responsibility and privileges are monitored.  The point system may be modified to meet each individual's needs according to age, cognitive abilities and treatment response.  

Diagnoses Treated:  Depressive disorders, trauma disorders, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, schizoaffective disorder, substance abuse, oppositional and aggressive behavior, conduct disorder, sexually reactive (The Child Program only)

Contact Person for Admissions:  Sandy Hart, (757) 391-5924, sandy.hart@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting:  Linda Monahan, (757) 391-5969,  linda.monahan@psysolutions.com

WEBSITEhttp://www.psysolutions.com/facilities/pinesportsmouth

Nationally recognized for its innovative program and services, The Pines Residential Treatment Center provides unique, ethical, and highly individualized treatment programs within a nurturing, therapeutic environment.  The Pines Residential Treatment Center offers several distinctive residential programs for emotionally-disturbed youth struggling in need of a structured residential setting.  Licensed for 424 beds overall, programming is offered on three private campuses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and includes access to exceptional recreational, educational and vocational resources.

Multidisciplinary teams are used at The Pines to serve children and adolescents manifesting serious emotional disturbances with significant impairments of social, interpersonal, educational or vocational functioning.  Attention is also paid to the educational and vocational needs of residents and there are a variety of programs and options to help these residents succeed in school and work.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Educational Facilities.

Licensed by the Virginia Department of Interdepartmental Regulations

The Child and Adolescent Programs are approved by CHAMPUS (TRICARE)

 

POPLAR SPRINGS HOSPITAL
P.O. Box 3060
350 Poplar Drive
Petersburg, VA 23805
804-796-2100 /  866-546-2229 toll free  (Phone Lines open 24 hours a day)
Fax: 804-861-5625
Email: www.poplarsprings.com 

Poplar Springs Hospital provides a therapeutic environment designed for the treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders, adolescent sexual offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues that compromise productive daily functioning.  These may include depression, stress, anxiety, phobias, self- injury, suicidal thoughts, grief, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, as well as acute psychiatric crisis conditions.
               A family approach is encouraged for patients and their families to function as a unit.  This approach provides positive outcomes and long term success following discharge.
              Poplar Springs Hospital is Medicaid approved and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Heath Care Organizations.  This is also a Tricare approved facility and is available for eligible members of the military and their families.

 Adult Acute Services
The Adult program is structured to provide a supportive and therapeutic environment in a supervised setting.  Treatments and modalities are designed to reduce symptoms while enhancing personal and interpersonal functioning.  Psychiatric Intensive Treatment is offered for those patients in need of additional services.

  • Short term individualized intensive inpatient treatment

  • Includes therapy ( individual, group, family and marital) focusing on positive coping skills

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Substance Abuse EducationDischarge Planning

  • Partial Hospitalization to ease the transition from hospital to home

 Adolescent Acute Services
Adolescent Acute Services specializes in treating many of the problems confronting today’s adolescents aged 11-17.  Our therapeutic activities are structured to provide short term stabilization and treatment and helping the family to find productive ways of dealing with the problems and difficulties within the home

  • Individual Treatment and Planning

  • Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy (music and art)

  • Educational ServicesSubstance Abuse Education

  • Family & Group Therapy (anger management, life skills, coping skills, and other socialization topics)

  • Medication Management and Education

  • Discharge Planning and Coordination

 Active Duty Military Unit
We are committed to providing a safe therapeutic and conducive environment specially designed to meet the need of active duty personnel.

  • Tricare approved

  • Clinical Expertise in substance abuse, PTSD, depression and anxiety disorders

  • Military experienced staff

  • Streamlined communication between the hospital and individual’s command.

 Assessment and Evaluation Services
When you or someone you love is experiencing emotional, behavioral or addictive disease problems, it’s hard to know what to do.  We offer a no charge assessment to help you determine what is needed and what the next step should be.

Common problems can include:

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Substance abuse

  • Crisis stabilization

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Adolescent emotional problemsGrief

  • Sexual, physical or emotional abuse

  • Behavioral problems

 Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center provides a positive structured and caring   environment for adolescents, aged 11-17, with psychiatric conditions that require more than a short term hospitalization or outpatient care. 

  • Systematic Therapeutic environment to help ID problems and solutions

  • Using behavior modification, residents learn new coping techniques, consequences, limits and socialization to step down to a lesser level of care.

  • Attend on grounds VA licensed school 12 months/year

  • Therapy -individual, group, family (including long distance), substance abuse, recreational therapy (includes ROPES course, swimming pool, community outings) and special issues (anger mgt., grief, discharge, readiness, etc.)

Contact Person for Admissions:
Pegi Marshall, 804-796-2100  pegi.marshall@poplarsprings.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Kitley Rainwater, 804-733-6874 x396  kitley.rainwater@poplarsprings.com

WEB SITE:    www.poplarsprings.com

 

FOUNDATIONS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH   

833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 345-0444
1-800-445-4722
(215)-340-1500

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

Foundations Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services to adolescents and their families including:

  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Acute Inpatient Hospitalization
  • 23-Hour Diagnostic Beds
  • Extended Hospital Stays
  • Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Children
  • Residential Treatment Program
  • Outpatient Services
  • In-Home and Community-Based Wrap-Around Program          

Our goal for each individual is to encourage positive behavior, improve social and daily living skills, and help resolve personal and family issues.  Our therapeutic program, which focuses on setting achievable goals, includes a mix of individual psychotherapy, community meetings, and group and family therapy, all tailored to the needs of each adolescent. Also offered are recreational, fitness, and vocational therapies, which broaden and strengthen the treatment program.  Involvement in a wide array of activities and groups helps patients to develop skills in conflict resolution, symptom management, academic attendance, community awareness, social interactions, and interpersonal relationships.  Patients in residential and extended hospital stay programs attend the on-site school provided by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

Most frequent diagnoses treated:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar and other Major Affective Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSIONS:  Laura Nash, Director of Admissions, Dr. Dan Weldon, Director of Clinical Services (215)345-7151,  (215) 345-0444, 1-800-445-4722, Fax:  (215) 345-7445 
CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Laura Nash, M.S.W., Director of Community Affairs (215) 345-7151

WEB SITE:   http://www.fbh.com

CONTACT:  laura.nash@fbh.com

 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

THE BROOK HOSPITALS
1405 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 896-0495
Toll Free: 1-866-373-6085
FAX:  (502) 893-8792

Specialty Programs:

Inpatient Services

  • Acute Psychiatric for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Program for Adolescents and Adults
  • Dual Diagnosis Program for Adults
  • Children's and Adolescent Residential/Extended Care Program (on-site-school)

Partial Hospitalization Programs

  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization Program for Adolescents and Adults

Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Psychiatric IOP for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Chemical Dependency IOP for Adolescents and Adults (Day & Evening)

Diagnosis Treated:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia

Contact Person for Admissions:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

Contact Person for Contracting:
Robyn Caple (502) 896-0495 or email address: rcaple@tenbroeck.com

WEB SITE:    www.tenbroeck.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

WISCONSIN
 

Michiana Behavioral Health Center 

1800 North Oak Road
Plymouth, IN 46563 
(574) 936-3784
Fax: (574)936-6833


Specialty Programs: 
Acute Services
Children Ages 4-12
Adolescents Ages 13-17
Adults Ages 18 and over


Residential Treatment
Children and Adolescents Ages 5-18

·         Chemical Dependency

·         Diagnostic Evaluations

·        Strong Emphasis on Family Systems

·         Consistent Reintegration Directed Family Sessions

Diagnoses and Symptom’s Treated:

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Post traumatic Stress Disorders
Personality Disorders
ADD/ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Thought Disorders
Low Frustration Tolerance
Information-Processing Delays
Impaired Motor and Planning Skills
Impaired Social Development
Impaired Communication


Accreditation:   The operations are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for acute care services, partial hospitalization, and all outpatient services.  Additionally, the hospital is separately accredited by JCAHO for residential care services provided under the behavioral health standards.  Michiana is an approved facility under Indiana's Child Care Institutional License for the residential care of children and adolescents. Michiana Behavioral Health Center is also a Tricare Designated Preferred Provider.


Contact Person for Admissions:  Brenda Molnar, RN, Assessment & Referral Director,      
Contact Person for Contracting: Bryan Lett, CEO
Contact:  (574) 936-3784

Web Address: www.michianabehavioralhealthcenter.com

 

CHICAGO LAKESHORE HOSPITAL
4840 North Marine Drive
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 878-9700
Fax: (773) 907-4607
Email: tdelegatto@chicagolakeshorehospital.com

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

WYOMING

 

CEDAR SPRINGS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM 
2135 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-4114
1-800-888-1088

Overview of Services:  

Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System offers a series of comprehensive programs on its campus near Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all ages.  We provide residential treatment for children and adolescents and maintain a variety of inpatient/outpatient programs for adult substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medication monitoring.  Services include: 

  • 24 hour 7 days per week crisis evaluation, triage, referral and admission
  • Full range of services: acute, residential, substance abuse outpatient and inpatient treatment, outpatient medication monitoring and special education day treatment
  • Residential treatment for children and adolescents, ages 6-18
  • On-site special education school for children and adolescents who are struggling with educational and/or behavioral problems
  • Dual Diagnosis chemical dependency/substance abuse inpatient services for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic


Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Major Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety 
  • Severe Personality Disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Impulse Control Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential services for children, ages 6-18
  • Residential treatment program for attachment disorder
  • Acute crisis stabilization for all ages
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis substance abuse program
  • Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults
  • Outpatient psychiatric medication management clinic

Accredited by:
Cedar Springs is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations  (JCAHO)
  • Colorado Department of Behavioral and Hospital Standards
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Medicaid Accreditation

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment and Referral Department / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114 julie.gilbert@psysolutions.com

Contact Person for Contracting: Business Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-633-4114
randi.ropp@psysolutions.com

CONTACT PERSON FOR MILITARY LIAISON:  Business Development Office / 800-888-1088 or 719-329-5306
andrew.laning@psysolutions.com                                                     

WEB SITE:  www.cedarspringsbhs.com  

E-Mail:  cedarsprings@psysolutions.com

 

Willow Springs Center   
690 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 858-3303
(800) 448-9454

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

A residential treatment program in a secured locked setting treating Children ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 12-17.  The program utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.  Each patient participates in individual, family and group therapy.  Other therapeutic activities include recreational therapy, the challenge by choice ropes course, addiction groups and various specialty groups.  In addition, Willow Springs has a state licensed private school providing kindergarten through high school level education to all children and adolescents in residence at Willow Springs Center.

PRIMARY DIAGNOSES TREATED: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • An affective disorder (e.g. Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, etc.)
  • An anxiety disorder (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, etc.)
  • Dual Diagnosis (both a psychiatric and chemical dependency disorder)
  • Other psychiatric or behavioral disorder that can be treated effectively in a residential treatment model

CONTACT PERSON FOR ADMISSION:  Jennifer Eisele, LCSW
jennifer.eisele@psysolutions.com
(800) 448-9454, Fax (775) 858-4557

CONTACT PERSON FOR CONTRACTING:  Tricia Larmer – Executive Director, Business Development
tricia.larmer@psysolutions.com
(775) 789-4271, Fax (775)789-4203

WEBSITE:  http://www.willowspringscenter.com

 

HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES 
1500 West Ashland
Nevada MO 64772
417-667-2666
1-800-654-9605

Overview of Services:
Heartland Behavioral Health Services offers a series of comprehensive programs on its 50-acre campus in Nevada, Missouri.  Inpatient emergency care is provided for all children and adolescents ages 3 to 18, and up to 21 if they still function as adolescents.  Residential treatment is available for adolescents, males and females,  ages 12 to 18 for behavioral disorders, for young men ages 12 to 18 for sexual abusive behaviors and young women ages 12 to 19 for self injurious behaviors relating to trauma. 

  • 24-hour a day, 7 days a week crisis evaluation and admission

  • Full range of services – Residential, Intensive Treatment and Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) (ages 12-18); and Self-Injurious Behaviors (Safe Haven) (ages 12-19)

  • On-site accredited school for residential placement

Primary Diagnoses/Behaviors Treated:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

  • Major Depression

  • Postpartum Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Severe Personality Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior

  • Impulse Control Disorder

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

  • Conduct Disorder

Specialty Programs:

  • Residential Treatment for general psychiatric issues (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Intensive Treatment for conduct disorder and other behavior related disorders (male and female) – ages 12 to 18

  • Sexual Abusive Youth (SAY) Program for sexual abusive individuals (males only) – ages 12 to 18

  • Safe Haven Program for self-injurious behaviors due to trauma (females only) – ages 12 to 19

  • Heartland West – Transitional Residential Program (females only) – ages 12 to 18

Accredited by:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Contact Person For Admissions: Tricia Bohle, Director of Business Development 417-667-2666, ext 5307 or 800-654-9605, ext 5307, tricia.bohle@psysolutions.com

Contact Person For Contracting: Tara Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, 417-667-2666, ext 5602 or 800-654-9605, ext 5602, tara.stevens@psysolutions.com

WEB SITE: www.psysolutions.com/facilities/heartland

 

LAKELAND REGIONAL HOSPITAL 
440 S. Market
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 865-5581
Fax:  (417) 865-5964
Email:  Sharon.Pennington@YFCS.com

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS:

  • Acute - Children's Unit ages 4-11, 20 beds
  • Acute - Male Adolescent Unit 12-17 (to include sexually maladaptive), 20 beds
  • Acute - Co-ed Adolescent Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Girls Unit 12-17, 18 beds
  • Residential - Male Unit 12-17, 20 beds
  • Residential - Male Sexuality Maladaptive Unit 12-17, 18 beds
     

DIAGNOSES TREATED:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Sexually Maladaptive
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
     

Contact Person For Admissions:  Nate Duncan,  417-865-5581 ext 3342, Nate.Duncan@YFCS.com

Contact Person For Contracting:  Rick Crump,  417-865-5581 ext 3264, Rick.Crump@YFCS.com

 

PUERTO RICO

 

PINNACLE POINTE  HOSPITAL 
11501 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
(800) 880-3322
(501) 223-3322

*Awarded 2007 Residential Hospital of the Year - Honors for Outstanding Contribution, Arkansas Psychological Association

Arkansas' largest provider for behavioral health services for children and adolescents.  With a focus on decreasing family violence, addressing relocation/separation, depression/anxiety and other deployment-related issues for youth, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers individualized therapy services to military families that are patient-specific and directed at re-uniting the family as quickly as possible.

Specialty Programs:

  • Alternative Learning Center - k thru 12
  • Children's Acute, Children's Residential Acute, Adolescent Acute
  • Partial
  • Adol. Residential IUP
  • Substance Abuse
  • Detox
  • Intensive OP - S/A
  • Acute Partial

Diagnoses Treated:

  • Depression
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Dep.
  • Dual Diagnoses
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia

Contact Person For Admissions:  Assessment & Referral - Lisa Tully
Contact Person For Contracting:  Joyce Cloud (501) 658-5223

WEB SITE:  www.pinnaclepointehospital.com
Contact:  joyce.cloud@psysolutions.com

 

 

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