How does Haven Senior Horizons of Phoenix offer Inpatient Psychiatric Services?
Haven Senior Horizons of Phoenix is a licensed 30-bed acute care psychiatric hospital providing inpatient psychiatric stabilization and treatment to adults 55 and older who are experiencing acute symptoms of depression, anxiety, mood disorders and psychosis. We also treat individuals who are suffering from other medical conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Upon admission, a multi-disciplinary team of professionals physically and mentally assesses each patient. When completed, the team reviews the assessments and an individualized treatment plan is designed in cooperation with the patient and their families.
There are two treatment programs on the unit specifically tailored to meet the care needs of the varying levels of functioning of our patients. The first level of programming is geared for the older adult who is dealing with depression, anxiety and symptoms that are shown to benefit from didactical therapies such as cognitive behavior therapy. This program helps patients improve coping skills, better understand the symptoms and triggers related to their illness, and learn the value of interacting with others.
The second level is designed for patients experiencing decreases in cognitive levels of functioning and memory. Our clinical team will evaluate current capabilities and develop an individualized plan that will be implemented throughout the course of treatment and into discharge planning. The primary focus of treatment is to help patients develop ways of stimulating memories and reducing anxiety.
While each program differs, both include a full schedule of daily clinical groups, which include a variety of clinical services led by our social workers, nursing staff, mental health technicians and activities coordinator.
What are the Inpatient Psychiatric Services that Haven Senior Horizons of Phoenix offers?
At Haven Senior Horizons of Phoenix, we offer treatment in the following areas:
These illnesses often exist in combination with other medical conditions and dementia.
- Mood Disorders
- Major Depression
- Dysthymic Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Anxiety Disorders
- Panic Disorders
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Psychotic Disorders
- Schizoaffective Disorder
- Delusional Disorder
- Psychotic Disorder due to a Medical Disorder