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Programs & Services

Treatment at Three Rivers Behavioral Health

At Three Rivers, we never forget that our patients are people with the potential to lead happier, more fulfilling lives. Our treatment programs are designed to help our patients take the first step in their healing journey in a secure, compassionate therapeutic environment. Each of our treatment programs begins with an individualized, confidential assessment. Then, we create an individualized treatment plan specific to each patient’s needs. Admissions to our programs can be voluntary or involuntary, and treatment is administered by a multidisciplinary group of psychiatrists, social workers, activity therapists, nurses and technicians.

Programs for Adolescents

Adolescent Inpatient Treatment at Three Rivers Behavioral Health is designed for teens ages 11–17 who seek treatment for acute behavioral and psychiatric issues in a highly structured, secure therapeutic environment. It’s our goal to provide an individualized experience for each adolescent who receives treatment at our facility, and to ensure that each youth has a treatment plan in place before they are discharged from inpatient hospitalization.

Programs for Adults

Three Rivers Behavioral Health offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment options for adults ages 18 and older who seek treatment for emotional, behavioral, psychiatric or substance abuse issues. These programs include Inpatient Crisis Stabilization, an Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Program, a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), a Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and a Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program.

We also offer a specialized Trauma Recovery Partial Hospitalization Program for military members and first responders.

The First Place for a Second Chance

Three Rivers Behavioral Health’s professional staff are ready to help find treatment options for you or a loved one. Call 866-796-9911 for a no-cost, confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.