Treatment Programs

Inpatient Mental Health Treatment for Adults

Patients admitted to a Talas Harbor Inpatient Mental Health program receive 24-hour supervised care and support for mental health crises. Emphasis is on identifying safety risks and needs, stabilizing crisis symptoms, increasing mental health knowledge, aiding the development of symptom management skills and establishing connections with aftercare services to support stability and ongoing treatment.

Talas Harbor provides effective, compassionate mental healthcare through a multidisciplinary team of licensed mental health care professionals, including an attending psychiatrist, nursing staff, licensed therapists, licensed social workers, dietitian and recreational therapy staff.

Hospital patients will receive compassionate and comprehensive mental healthcare, including the following services:

  • Crisis stabilization
  • Individual assessment by a physician
  • Supervision by board-certified psychiatrists
  • Group counseling
  • Medication management
  • 24-hour monitoring by our clinical staff with medical physician oversight
  • Management of medical issues
  • Discharge planning
  • Diet and nutrition consultations
  • Holistic treatments: Art and music therapy
  • Treatment team meetings

Individuals experiencing any of the following may be eligible for treatment:

  • Depression, feelings of loneliness, worthlessness or hopelessness
  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts
  • Aggressive behavior toward self or others (includes self-harming behavior)
  • Dementia with related behavioral dysregulation
  • Worsening of psychosis including paranoia or delusional thoughts
  • Auditory and visual hallucinations
  • Prolonged emotional issues after a major life event
  • Behavioral changes related to medications
  • Sudden onset of increasing irritability
  • Excessive isolation
  • Disorganized behavior
  • Decreased desire or interest in caring for self
  • Increase or decrease in appetite or sleep
  • Requires detox from alcohol, prescription and/or illicit drugs

Inpatient Adult Substance Use and Addiction Treatment

Talas Harbor provides private treatment services for addiction to alcohol, prescription drugs, opioids and other mood-altering substances. The comprehensive treatment continuum includes a range of inpatient detoxification, dual diagnosis (mental health and substance use), and inpatient programs that help the patient learn to manage their addiction. Programming in all levels of care addresses the emotional, physical, spiritual and psychological needs of each patient and includes family services and aftercare as integral components of the comprehensive treatment program. Patients receive 24-hour medical supervision throughout their stay.

Treatment for alcohol or substance use disorder(s) can include:

  • Detox with medically assisted treatment
  • Inpatient rehabilitation
  • Group therapy
  • Addiction education
  • Family counseling and education
  • Relapse prevention
  • Discharge planning and continued support
  • Community resources and recovery support groups
  • Expressive therapy that may include yoga, art therapy and/or music therapy
  • Mindfulness education, fitness and wellness education, nutrition education

Co-Occurring Diagnosis Treatment

The coexistence of both mental health and a substance use disorder(s) is referred to as co-occurring diagnosis. Our Co-Occurring Diagnosis Program provides treatment for substance use disorder(s) while also addressing the symptoms of the co-occurring mental condition. Talas Harbor offers services for co-occurring diagnosis through all levels of care to accommodate each patient’s unique recovery needs.

People with co-occurring diagnoses are best served through integrated treatment. With integrated treatment, practitioners can address mental health and substance use disorder(s) at the same time, often lowering costs and creating better outcomes. Approximately eight million adults in the United States have co-occurring diagnosis.

People with mental health conditions are more likely than people without mental health conditions to experience an alcohol or substance use disorder(s). Co-occurring diagnosis can be difficult to address due to the complexity of symptoms, as both may vary in severity. In many cases, people receive treatment for one condition while the other remains untreated. This may occur because both mental health and substance use conditions can have biological, psychological, and social components.