Inpatient Services For Adults

Palo Verde Behavioral Health (PVBH) provides inpatient and outpatient mental healthcare for Adults of all ages.

It is important to seek help if you are struggling with a metal health problem. Some common feelings and symptoms you may be experiencing are:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood instability
  • Inconsistent thoughts
  • Hearing or seeing things that are not seen or heard by others
  • Thoughts of harming yourself or others
  • Using substances unsafely
  • A desire to stop using substances including a need to detox
  • A need to learn and develop new ways of coping with challenges in your life

Inpatient Treatment

Each patient that walks through our facility’s door for mental health treatment is different, and our clinical team assesses each patient individually. Our team works closely with the patient’s family and community professionals in order to plan a treatment that best suits the patient’s needs. Some of our therapeutic services include:

  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Group therapy
  • Family involvement
  • Therapeutic Activity Therapy including Yoga and movement therapy, therapy utilizing art, mindfulness and meditation as well as developing skills to assist the patient in safety planning and emotional dysregulation.

We strive to provide patients an opportunity to learn different techniques to cope with mental illness. The self-awareness and behavioral management skills that are shared with each patient are designed to have a lasting effect on the patient. We offer medication evaluation and management, group therapy, family involvement, and individual counseling as indicated, with emphasis on:

  • Crisis stabilization and problem solving
  • Anger management
  • Abuse issues
  • Tips for managing stress
  • Interacting socially with others
  • Drug and alcohol assessment and education

What To Watch For

People battling mental illness can be helped by being observant of warning signs. Experts state that early mental health support can help a patient before problems interfere with other developmental needs. By detecting issues in the earlier phases and seeking medical attention early, patients have an easier road of recovery before symptoms spur out of control. Here are a few early signs of what to watch for:

  • A sudden withdrawal or loss of interest in activities
  • Neglect of personal appearance
  • Drastic changes in personality, eating or sleep patterns
  • General lethargy or lack of energy or difficulty concentrating
  • Violent actions, rebellion or running away
  • Drug and alcohol use
  • Headaches or stomach aches
  • Loss of ability to tolerate praise or rewards

These behaviors may lead to the necessity of a structured program that inpatient care provides.

Help is just a phone call away: 844-884-CARE.