Information last updated Saturday, May 30, 2015 2:10:04 PM
|Patient Care Unit||Description||Age Group||Available Beds|
||Adolescent Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis Services: Short term inpatient hospitalization services and crisis stabilization for adolescents aged 13-18 with acute psychiatric and/or dual diagnosis disorders (psychiatric illness must be primary diagnosis).
||General Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis Services: Short term crisis stabilization for voluntary or involuntary adults 18-60 who are having psychiatric or emotional difficulties.
||Blake - Substance Abuse Detox & Rehab: Short term medically-monitored detoxification and residential rehabilitation treatment for adults 18+ who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction.
||Older Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis Services: Short term crisis stabilization for adults age 60 and older. The Older Adult unit offers three specialized tracks for patients, depending on their psychiatric illness and cognitive functioning needs.
East Mountain Hospital
|Description||Age Group||Available Beds|
||East Mountain Hospital Short term crisis stabilization for voluntary or involuntary adults 19-64 who are experiencing acute psychiatric and dual diagnosis disorders (Medicaid/Medicare accepted as primary insurance)
PLEASE CALL 800-379-1949
This page is updated regularly; however, bed availability changes frequently and may
not always be reflected. Carrier Clinic accepts most commercial insurance carriers, as
well as Medicare and Medicaid for adolescent and older adults. We suggest you contact
your insurance provider to confirm psychiatric and addiction hospitalization benefits.
To make a referral to one of the services offered at Carrier Clinic, please call our
Access Center at 800-933-3579.
To make a referral to East Mountain Hospital please call 800-379-1949
If you are a professional and wish additional information on Carrier Clinic or East Mountain Hospital services,
would like to schedule a tour of our facilities, or would like to schedule a meeting,
please contact the Community Outreach Specialist
in your area for more infromation.