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Older Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment

Older Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment

Generations Inpatient Senior Adult Program

Generations is a dedicated psychiatric program that addresses key behavioral health issues unique to an aging population. Some topics covered are mild to moderate cognitive impairment, loss of independence, changes in physical functioning, grief and depression. The program is overseen by a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed marriage and family therapy program coordinator, registered nurses and certified nursing assistants. Located in Chino, California, Canyon Ridge Hospital provides various programs for older adults.

Issues Addressed:

  • Suicidal thoughts/attempts
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Drug and alcohol addiction
  • Homicidal thoughts
  • Psychosis
  • Coping skills
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Anger management

Mental Health Problems in Older Adults

The elderly can often be overlooked when it comes to mental disorders and necessary behavioral health treatment. Some chalk up warning signs simply as part of getting older, when in fact they are treatable issues that can make a person’s quality of life much better. Mental health services for the elderly understand the challenges that having mental health issues as an older person can produce, and at Canyon Ridge Hospital, we are more than prepared to take care of your loved one and start healing.

Why Choose an Older Adult Inpatient Program?

Elderly mental health services can benefit senior adults through age-specific mental health services that address the unique needs of older patients. No treatment plan is one-size-fits all in a mental health program for older adults, and it is important to focus on the individual and their needs.

We understand this, and our initial assessments take a look at who you are or your loved one is in order to determine the best, most effective treatment options for them and their long term needs. The inpatient program for older adults at Canyon Ridge Hospital provides around-the-clock psychiatric care.

Do Inpatient Mental Health Services for Older Adults Work?

Whether or not an inpatient program works for your loved one depends on multiple factors including the type of mental health issues, level of care, length of treatment, quality of treatment and the desire of the individual themselves to work on improving.

Crisis or emotional distress can lead to or stem from a personality disorder, drug addiction or substance abuse, anxiety disorders, dissociative disorders and more, but our treatment team is ready to get to work on helping your loved one.

With a focus on mental health and aging, we provide the tools and skills for our patients to heal and live happier, healthier lives. From individual and group therapy to other evidence-based treatment methods, let us take care of your loved one.

Don’t Hesitate, Call Today

Our assessment and referral team is staffed with licensed professionals 24/7 to help you get the help you need, when you need it. To schedule a no-cost, confidential assessment call 909-590-3700 today.