Inpatient Program

Behavioral Health

Inpatient Program

Parkview Behavioral Health’s inpatient treatment programs offer support to, and treatment for, adults whose mental health or substance abuse issues require short-term intervention in a supportive environment. We consistently provide excellent care – which is reflected by our consistently high customer-satisfaction scores.

Our highly skilled, multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and mental health technicians creates a personalized treatment plan for each patient to encourage healing and recovery. Treatment plans may incorporate a variety of mental health tools, including family therapy, group interaction, therapeutic recreation, medication and other approaches. These tools, along with additional outpatient therapy and resources, help pave the road to healing and recovery when patients complete the treatment program.

Recognizing the warning signs of mental health or substance abuse issues, and knowing when to seek help, is important. Here’s what to look for:

Warning signs of mental health issues

  • Difficulty managing daily activities

  • Significant changes in eating and sleep patterns

  • Noticeable personality changes/extreme mood swings

  • Deteriorating relationships

  • Depression, anxiety and panic disorders

  • Suicidal/homicidal thoughts

Warning signs of substance abuse issues

  • Alcohol or drug abuse

  • Inability to give up alcohol or drug use despite negative consequences

  • Withdrawal symptoms when giving up alcohol or drug use

  • Noticeable personality changes/extreme mood swings

  • Chronic anger or irritability

  • Poor school or job performance

  • Deteriorating relationships

Parkview Behavioral Health’s inpatient treatment program is the next step if your loved one:

  • Displays these warning signs

  • Poses a threat to your safety

  • Poses a threat to his or her own safety

  • Has not responded to outpatient treatment

  • Has not responded to medication

Let us help

Getting help from Parkview Behavioral Health is easy. For a free initial screening, call the Help Line at (260) 373-7500 or (800) 282-8439, anytime 24 hours a day. Experienced specialists are available to guide you to the appropriate level of care – or resources – for your situation.

Parkview Behavioral Health

(southeast of Parkview Hospital Randallia, between Lake and State streets)

1720 Beacon Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46805


 

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