At Parkwood Behavioral Health System, we believe in offering more options to our patients to make our programs more accessible and effective while maintaining a high standard for quality care. Parkwood provides several levels of care with age-appropriate treatment options. Our services are offered in a secure, structured environment with treatment administered by a multidisciplinary team of behavioral health professionals.
No-cost, confidential assessment services are offered on site. Following an assessment, we recommend a treatment option to meet the emotional and physical needs of the patient with financial considerations made for the family.
Treatment for older adults includes acute inpatient services, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.
Treatment for adults includes acute inpatient services, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.
Treatment for adolescents includes acute inpatient services, a residential treatment program, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient programs and a sexual offender program.
Treatment for children includes acute inpatient services and partial hospitalization programs.
Residential treatment is provided to adolescents who need a longer, more stable environment than provided by inpatient care. This option offers behavioral health services in a structured, group setting.
Acute inpatient care offers a secure, structured environment with treatment administered by a multidisciplinary team of behavioral health professionals. Treatment may include individual, group, family and activity therapy.
Partial hospitalization provides traditional models of inpatient care during the day with patients returning home in the evening. This less restrictive form of care allows patients to use the tools of recovery in real situations as they are learning them.
Intensive outpatient programs are designed to meet the needs of patients who struggle with behavioral health issues but are not in a state of acute crisis. They provide intensive treatment while allowing patients to maintain their family and work obligations.
Family involvement is a vital part of our treatment approach. Because many patients live at home during treatment, it is important that family members become actively involved in the therapeutic process. Our counselors and staff educate families on their loved one’s treatment goals and needs. Just as importantly, they help family members work through their own feelings.