Austin Lakes Hospital offers inpatient mental health services for adults and seniors who are in need of 24-hour hospitalization.
Our program for senior adults is oriented toward diagnosing, stabilizing and treating the complex issues faced by aging adults.
Our Partial Hospitalization Program provides outpatient psychiatric care in a structured environment.
Austin Lakes Hospital offers inpatient mental health care for adults and senior adults ages 18 and older who are in need of acute 24-hour hospitalization. This program focuses on crisis intervention, assessment and medication stabilization for a variety of mental health issues such as bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and more.
Our Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is an inpatient environment for adults who require the highest level of care and crisis stabilization for major depressive episodes, suicidal thoughts and feelings and more.
Austin Lakes Hospital also offers a specific program for senior adults ages 55 and older. Treatment in this senior program promotes healthy aging while addressing the physical, social and mental changes that may occur during the aging process. We provide inpatient care for depression, anxiety, grief, trauma and other issues associated with aging and senior adult mental health.
Austin Lakes Hospital offers two outpatient programs for adults. Placement for our outpatient services is determined through a no-cost psychiatric assessment and depends upon the individual needs of each client. Access to these different levels of care can take place from within Austin Lakes Hospital’s treatment programs, and each level of care accepts referrals directly from the community.
We offer a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which consists of comprehensive treatment for adults who do not require 24-hour care. Participants in these outpatient programs attend therapy groups during the day or evening and return home after programming hours.
I feel better now than when I was admitted.
I understand what my medications do and why/how I should take them.
I understand the importance of following my discharge plan.