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Inpatient Treatment at Glen Oaks Hospital

We offer treatment for adults and senior adults who face acute psychiatric issues, co-occurring disorders (mental health issues with substance abuse) and treatment and medical detoxification services for those struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol. Symptoms that lead to treatment at our facility may include depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts. Our goal is to restore each patient’s functioning at home and in the community, free of the symptoms that led to hospitalization.

Treatment begins with a no-cost, confidential assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. From there, we work to help stabilize each patient’s primary symptoms. Ultimately, it is our goal to help patients develop coping mechanisms to move forward to happier, healthier lives.

Our adult inpatient units incorporate the principles of recovery into the treatment planning process. For some patients, this means finding relief from feelings of powerlessness because of their behavioral health concerns, or getting the assistance to face issues of addiction or substance abuse.

Our young adult inpatient program offers supportive care utilizing the “SELF Method” to help you get where you need to be and to help you re-establish, revive, and refresh your life while around peers who are in the same age and stages of life.

The professional staff at Glen Oaks Hospital work together to create individualized treatment plans for each patient. Treatment is typically facilitated by the following professional staff:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Social worker
  • Therapists
  • Dietitian
  • Teachers

A confidential, no-cost assessment can help determine the right level of treatment for you.

We Can Help

Glen Oaks Hospital’s professional staff are here for you 24/7. Call 903-454-6000 for a no-cost, confidential assessment, day or night. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.