Anchor Hospital provides inpatient and outpatient programs for adolescents, adults and elderly adults struggling with psychiatric or addiction issues. We also provide behavioral health and substance abuse treatment for active military members and veterans.
Inpatient behavioral health programs provide evaluation and treatment to stabilize teens, adults, or elderly adults experiencing a crisis. We can help with a wide range of behavioral health issues such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, dissociative disorders or other stress-related disorders. Inpatient care is provided 24 hours a day in an intensive, therapeutic environment. If you or someone you know is seeking behavioral health treatment for children, we often refer individuals to our sister facility, Crescent Pines Hospital.
Our outpatient behavioral health services include day or evening treatment programs (also referred to as partial hospitalization) or intensive outpatient programs, offered as half-day programs – both allowing patients to return to home or school each day.
Treatment plans are developed individually for each patient and focus on attainable, short and long-term goals established with the input of the patient’s family and referring professional, when appropriate. Schedule an assessment at any time of day, any day of the week, at 678.251.3226 or visit our admissions page. In some of our more rural service areas, we provide private and confidential tele-assessments through a secure network.
Treatment is administered by a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals, including licensed counselors, addiction counselors, social workers and expressive therapists.
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