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    Institutions whose primary function is to provide diagnostic and long or short-term treatment services for adults, including older adults, who have acute psychiatric disorders, require hospitalization for maximum benefit, and who may be a threat to themselves, to their families or to others if left in the community or placed in a less restrictive treatment setting. Services may include a comprehensive evaluation; 24-hour care in a supportive, therapeutic environment; counseling for the patient and family; adjunctive therapies, as needed; medication, if required; and an aftercare program following discharge.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult Inpatient Psychiatric ProgramRoxbury’s inpatient psychiatric program provides acute psychiatric stabilization, along with the capability and expertise to treat those who have co-occurring substance abuse needs. Our co-occurring disorder programming includes psychiatric stabilization, detoxification from any substance, 12-step programming, and referrals for additional treatment as needed. Addressing both substance abuse and mental health issues at the same time has proven to be therapeutically beneficial for our patients. Adult Psychiatric Stabilization: Thorough psychiatric evaluation Full-time psychiatrist on staff and available 24-hours daily Medication assisted stabilization Continued medication management and education Full and complete medical examination and history Nursing care 24-hours daily Clinical evaluations Therapeutic groups and activities with small group focus Family and individual therapy as indicated by Roxbury’s treatment team Structured recreational therapy including art and music therapies Continuing care resources and detailed individual discharge plan including crisis plan upon completion of program Adult Co-occurring Disorder Program: Detoxification services conducted under close medical supervision 12-Step education with attendance to 12-Step meetings Co-occurring disorder group therapy and education resources Additional discharge treatment planning with substance abuse resourcesCumberlandRoxbury Treatment Center - Inpatient ProgramsRoxbury Treatment Center
    Brandywine Hospital - Adult Inpatient Behavioral Health ServicesProvides a comprehensive assessment, evaluation and stabilization of the individual's primary symptoms. Emphasis is placed on developing coping mechanisms and skill building to help prevent relapse under the recovery model. Medication stabilization and management is part of the treatment plan. The goal is to prepare the individual to move down to a less restrictive level of care as soon as possible.Chester*Main Site (Brandywine Hospital)Brandywine Hospital
    Clarks Summit State HospitalClarks Summit State Hospital is an extended acute care psychiatric hospital serving 11 counties in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania. The facility is located approximately eight miles north of the city of Scranton in a suburban setting. Clarks Summit State Hospital is part of a continuum of care that provides individualized psychiatric treatment for adults with serious and persistent mental illness. This care is accomplished within the framework of an integrated community mental health system.LackawannaClarks Summit State HospitalClarks Summit State Hospital
    Ellwood City Hospital - Behavioral Health UnitProvides inpatient geriatric psychiatric services for older adults. Focuses on the stressful issues associated with aging with both group and individual sessions.LawrenceBehavioral Health UnitEllwood City Hospital
    Friends Psychiatric HospitalPsychiatric Hospital serves adolescents and adults with behavioral, emotional and/or substance abuse issues. Specialized units include the eating disorder program, dual diagnosis unit, adolescent unit and a geriatric unit specifically designed for older adults, over 65, with a mental illness. Psychiatric Emergency Department/Crisis Response Center is available 24/7. PhiladelphiaFriends HospitalFriends Hospital
    Haven Behavioral Hospital of Eastern PAInpatient and partial hospital for adults ages 18 years of age and olderBerksHaven Behavioral Hospital of Eastern PAHaven Behavioral Hospital of Eastern PA
    In-Patient Psychiatric Services for Adults - First Hospital - Commonwealth HealthAdult patients are admitted to one of five units/programs which will best meet their treatment needs. Severity of symptoms, medication issues, medical and psychiatric history are considered when determining which program will be most effective.LuzerneFirst HospitalCommonwealth Health
    Intensive Outpatient Adults w/ Dev. Disabilities/MRAdults participate in group therapy, receiving 3 hours of therapy up to 3 days per week. Group therapy sessions address individualized goals & focus on coping skills & problem solving related to those goals.DauphinPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Third Street ClinicPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Admissions Department
    Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital126-bed psychiatric hospital that promotes wellness by providing strength-based, trauma informed care. Their belief is recovery is possible for every person with a psychiatric diagnosis.LancasterLancaster Behavioral Health HospitalPenn Medicine Lancaster General Health
    Lancaster General Hospital - Mental Health UnitProvides an acute psychiatric care to patients ages 18 and over. The unit is a closed unit of 36 beds. Most patients are voluntarily admitted, but a number are admitted on court ordered involuntary commitments.LancasterLancaster General HospitalPenn Medicine Lancaster General Health
    MH/MR Outpatient Medication ClinicAdults who have a developmental disability/mental retardation & who have diagnosed psychiatric disorder receive a psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medication management.DauphinPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Division Street ClinicPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Admissions Department
    Outpatient Care for AdultsGroup, Individual and Family Therapy; Psychiatric evaluation; medication clinicDauphinPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Third Street ClinicPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Admissions Department
    Outpatient Care for Serious and Persistent Mentally Ill AdultsPsychiatric evaluations, medication management & individual therapy Long acting intra muscular injections of antipsychotic medications Supportive group therapy for patients on Clozaril is provided every 2 weeks.DauphinPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Third Street ClinicPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Admissions Department
    Partial Hospitalization-AdultsThe Adult Partial Hospitalization s a short-term treatment program designed to help individuals with acute psychiatric symptoms and offers an intensive treatment option to meet those varied needs.DauphinPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Division Street ClinicPennsylvania Psychiatric Institute- Admissions Department
    Penn Highlands - DuBois East Campus - Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services psychiatric evaluations and medication managementClearfieldPenn Highlands - DuBois East CampusPenn Highlands
    WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital - Inpatient Behavioral Health UnitProvides comprehensive short-term inpatient care for people age 18 and older who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms. Treatment is individualized, blending the following services: - psychiatric evaluation - psychiatric nursing assessment - activities assessment/intervention - individual/group therapy - medication management - family support/education - social services/assessment/intervention LancasterWellSpan Ephrata Community HospitalWellSpan Health
    WellSpan York HospitalYork Hospital is a 580-bed community teaching hospital serving South Central Pennsylvania.
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