Northeast Indiana residents can rely on Parkview Behavioral Health Hospital for expert, compassionate treatment of a range of mental health issues, including:
- Post-traumatic stress
- Mood disorders
- Chemical dependency
- Severe mental illnesses
Parkview Behavioral Health is proud to be the area’s only provider of inpatient services for children and adolescents, and to offer inpatient services for adults of all ages suffering from emotional, behavioral or chemical dependency problems.
Whether short-term supervised treatment is needed, or the illness or disability is more complex, experienced mental health professionals are ready to assist with the appropriate level of treatment.
Age-specific programs address patient needs and circumstances:
- Youth Services
- Children’s program for ages 5 to 12
- Adolescent program for ages 13 to 18
- Adult Services
- Inpatient and outpatient programs
- Chemical dependency programs
- Inpatient Services for Older Adults
- Treatment for the special needs of seniors
Mental health expertise
Parkview psychiatrists and other mental health professionals are well regarded in the region for their expertise. They work collaboratively with other healthcare facilities, nursing homes, schools and law enforcement officials to provide appropriate treatment for individuals with mild to acute mental illnesses. Members of the Fort Wayne Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team receive training on dealing with children, adolescents and adults in emotional crisis; the youth training program was developed by a Parkview Behavioral Health psychiatrist nationally recognized by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for her quality practice and service to people with mental illness and their families.
Parkview Behavioral Health is a licensed Medicare and Medicaid provider. Most major insurance plans are accepted.
Even when things are complicated, getting help is easy.
Simply call the Access Center at (260) 373-7500 or (800) 284-8439, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Experienced assessment specialists are available to guide you to the appropriate level of care – or resources – for your situation.