The Adolescent Acute Inpatient Psychiatric Program, is provided to help female adolescents ages 12 to 17:
The program allows the adolescent and her family to work through a crisis, stabilize and return to the appropriate level of care after discharge. Ultimately, the program helps the adolescent foster appropriate expression of emotion, self-control, anger management and development of positive peer relationships.
Individuals are admitted, treated and discharged from the program based upon established clinical criteria. Comprehensive assessment and evaluation determine the adolescent’s specific problems, as well as strengths and resources. Collaborative planning with the treatment team helps each patient develop specific goals and determines solution-focused interventions with the greatest likelihood of success. These interventions include:
Each individual attends school on site and is led by teachers certified through the Hardin County School System. Additionally, a behavior management system and linkage with an after-care professional are provided. The individual’s case coordinator focuses on developing plans for a transition to a less intensive level of treatment.
The Adult Acute Inpatient Psychiatric Program at Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System provides treatment for men and women, ages 18 and over, suffering from a wide range of serious psychiatric illnesses including:
Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System’s Adult Program offers a structured environment that teaches positive self-awareness, new coping skills and provides opportunities for personal development and improvement in daily functioning.
Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System recognizes the importance of family involvement and support in the treatment process, emphasizing family participation through therapy. The program allows adults and their families to work through a crisis, quickly stabilize and return to the appropriate level of care after discharge.
The process is directed by a psychiatrist-led multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals consisting of:
Patients participate in different elements of the program based on their individual needs, including:
The individual’s case coordinator begins discharge planning upon admission by developing goals and plans for a transition to a less intensive level of treatment.
Contact us today at 800-274-7374 to make a patient referral. Referrals may be self referrals or by family members, physicians, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals, home health agencies, adult day care or other senior care programs.