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The clinical team at Highland Hospital offers

Treatment for Adults

Highland Hospital’s Adult Inpatient Services are designed to provide intensive, short-term care for individuals who are experiencing severe symptoms of mental illness or emotional distress. The goal is to stabilize patients who are in crisis and require immediate intervention.

During acute inpatient psychiatric services, patients receive 24-hour care from a team of mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, physicians, nurse practitioners, therapists, nurses, mental health technicians and others. Treatment typically includes a combination of medication management, individual and group therapy, and other supportive services.


Inpatient Service Highlights

Highland Hospital’s treatment programs include:


Adult Inpatient Services

Highland Hospital provides acute inpatient psychiatric services for adults. Our inpatient program provides assessment and diagnosis of clients in crisis situations, followed by inpatient treatment at our facility in Charleston.

Adult Detox Services

Highland Hospital offers a comprehensive range of services for adults with behavioral health needs including our inpatient psychiatric treatment program and our detox program. We have the expertise and compassion to help you address issues including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and more.

Treatment for Depression at Highland Hospital

Why Choose Highland Hospital for Adult Care?

At Highland Hospital, our inpatient psychiatric services are structured in order to help patients manage their symptoms, regain a sense of control, and develop coping skills to prevent future crises. Treatment is typically short-term and may last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the individual’s needs.

Acute inpatient psychiatric services are often recommended for individuals who are at risk of harming themselves or others, are experiencing severe symptoms of mental illness, or are unable to function in their daily lives due to their symptoms. This type of care can be a critical step in helping individuals stabilize and begin the process of long-term recovery.

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