Inpatient Mental Health Services
Riverside Medical Center offers comprehensive treatment programs that targets the unique needs of children ages 5 to 12. Programs are designed for children who suffer from severe depression, physical or sexual abuse and serious behavioral problems, incorporating a variety of therapies and educational programs.
Adolescent Speciality Units
Bolder Program - Special Treatment Unit for Boys
Inpatient treatment, specifically designed for male teens who require acute care for psychological, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Learn more about the Bolder Specialty Unit for Boys.
Chrysalis Program - Special Treatment Unit for Girls
Gender specific inpatient treatment, specifically designed for female teens who require acute care for psychological, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Learn more about the Chrysalis Specialty Unit for Girls.
General Adolescent Care
For teens ages 13 to 17, Riverside offers programs that help to treat psychological, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Beginning with an in-depth evaluation, Riverside’s behavior health specialists determine the specific course of treatment that would most effectively address the needs of the adolescent. Teens who struggle with suicide, eating disorders, depression, aggression and adverse behaviors can benefit from this program.
What our Patients and their Families are Saying
Riverside has designed programs for crisis intervention and the short-term hospitalization for adult patients suffering with mental illness. Treatments include individual therapy, group therapy, recreational therapy and psychological testing. Social service professionals and case managers also assist patients and family members with continuing care options.
Focusing on the special needs of the elderly patient, Riverside has created treatments that concentrate on enhancing the mental stability and independent functioning of each patient. Staff professionals work with medical physicians to identify a relationship that may exist between the elderly patient's mental state of mind and any physical illness or disease.
Should you need more information, contact the Mental Health Unit at 815.935.7523