The team at Peak Behavioral Health Services offers several levels of care to meet the needs of our community for adolescents, adults, seniors and the military. These mental health programs are structured and designed to support those who are struggling with a mental health challenge in their lives. Discharge planning with family or caregiver involvement begins upon admission.
The goal of our inpatient program is to provide short-term crisis stabilization for children, adolescents, adults and seniors. Dedicated specialty units offer supportive services in a safe and structured environment for those experiencing an acute crisis. Treatment is individualized and comprehensive.
We provide a safe, therapeutic environment for adolescent boys and girls, ages 12-18. Treatment is individualized for each resident, and we encourage parents/guardians to participate actively in their child’s treatment.
The Mission Recovery Program is designed for Active Duty Military and Veterans of all branches. This program is designed to address Combat-Stress Disorder, Dual Diagnosis and Chemical Dependency issues.
The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is designed for adolescents and adults who do not require the intensity of an acute-care setting, but have impairment in their daily lives.
The Intensive Outpatient Program provides further stabilization in a therapeutic environment for adolescents and adults who do not require the structure of a full day program like our PHP.
The ACT team model is composed of 10-12 multi-disciplinary behavioral health care professionals (e.g. psychiatrists, nurses, counselors, case managers and social workers) who work together to deliver recovery oriented services to adults living with severe mental illness to help them successfully integrate into the community.