Springwoods Behavioral Health offers inpatient treatment for adolescents, adults and senior adults living with mental health issues.
The youth of today face problems that are unique to their generation that may exacerbate mental health issues. If not addressed, these problems can have lasting effects upon families and other relationships. While some of these problems may be treated through outpatient services, others may require inpatient mental health treatment. Set within a structured environment, Springwoods Behavioral Health offers acute inpatient services to adolescents who may be facing a number of issues.
Whether they are parents or without children, married or single, young adults or middle aged, the adults of today are faced with issues that prior generations were not. Such challenges can exacerbate mental health issues and affect careers, families and other relationships. Although some issues may be treated through outpatient services, others may require inpatient treatment. The goals of this service are to stabilize the behaviors and help the person thrive.
The Center for Women at Springwoods Behavioral Health provides a nurturing community where women of all ages offer each other hope and support as they move through life stages. Treatment is comprehensive and individualized with a focus on crisis stabilization and coping skills. The goal is to help patients develop healthy lifestyle patterns, identify and begin to heal the emotional issues that trigger symptoms and develop the coping skills needed to prevent relapse.
Mental health challenges affect older adults, just as any other age group. But with seniors these issues are often ignored or overlooked as a “normal” part of the aging process. Life challenges such as decreased physical and mental capabilities, the inability to live independently or the loss of a lifetime companion are problems sometimes too severe for an older adult to manage on their own.