Inpatient and Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
People needing treatment for behavioral health issues can seek help at Southwest Healthcare. We provide both inpatient and outpatient mental health care for adults age 18 or older. Services are available for people suffering from depression, anxiety or other emotional and mental health problems that significantly impact their ability to carry out their usual day-to-day activities.
Find a Physician
If you need a referral to a physician at Southwest Healthcare, call our free physician referral service at 800-879-1020 or search for a doctor online.
Inpatient Behavioral Health Services
We provide treatment in a comfortable, therapeutic setting where patients can feel safe and secure. Therapy is designed to meet the special needs of each person, whether in individual consultations or therapy groups.
Sessions are led by trained behavioral health specialists. Our staff includes psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, nurses and social workers. Patients who also have secondary acute medical problems can benefit from comprehensive nursing and physical therapy screenings.
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
If you don’t require support 24/7, then outpatient services may be right for you. Services are provided by our behavioral health professionals in a structured and supportive environment.
We offer a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP). PHP patients receive intense therapy usually five days a week for four to eight hours a day. The IOP requires less time and is not as involved as the PHP. This gives you more free hours to start getting back to your normal home and work routine.
Goals of Treatment
Our focus is on mental health crisis intervention and stabilization. The goals for each person receiving treatment are to:
- Stabilize emotional, behavioral and secondary disorders
- Learn the skills necessary to function effectively in their own environment
- Prevent deterioration and repeated hospital stays
- Restore optimum functioning
Plan of Care
After we perform an initial evaluation and assessment, the next step is to develop an individualized plan of care. Components of the plan may include:
- Clinical treatment seven days a week
- Complete psychiatric evaluation
- Medical screening/intervention
- Psychosocial assessment
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Recreational therapy
- Medication education and management
- Case management
- Aftercare planning
- Nutritional evaluation and management