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Treatment for Adults

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in five adults in the United States live with a mental illness. If you have concerns about yourself or a loved one, Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services is here to help. We offer a range of treatments and services for adults with mental, emotional or behavioral health problems in a confidential therapeutic environment.

Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services offers a highly structured, multidisciplinary Adult Program for patients ages 18 years and older who are experiencing mental, emotional or behavioral health issues. These may include severe depression, anxiety, psychosis, mood swings, sexual abuse issues, post traumatic stress disorders, identity disorders, co-occurring disorders or other problems severe enough to cause a negative impact on their life functions. Contact us for a confidential, no-cost assessment if you or someone you know is experiencing these types of issues. The length of stay at our mental health facility is determined for each patient based on individual needs.

Assessment(s) include:
Physical, psychiatric, psychosocial and nursing.

Individual Therapy:
Treatment by a psychiatrist and a therapist. Programs for adults include recreation therapy through
our gymnasium and exercise groups and may include family therapy, (including patient and family
education), and recreational therapy through our gymnasium and exercise groups.

Group Therapy:
Goal setting, mental health education, medication management, patient/family education, intensive therapy issues, a therapeutic community, creative expression through arts, crafts and music; adventure-based counseling (a ropes course) and pastoral care.

Discharge Planning focuses on relapse prevention (in both individual and group therapy), the development of a continuing care plan.


Help is Just a Phone Call Away

Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services’ professional staff are here to help. Call 205-833-9000 or 800-292-8553 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.