Treatment Programs for Adults
Mental health issues can cause a lot of emotional disruption in the lives of adults, impacting the ability to function at home and work, and causing rifts and friction in relationships with friends and family. Centennial Peaks Hospital offers a confidential, caring environment that provides crisis resolution services and counseling services for adults 18 and older. Our team works with each patient to provide an individualized treatment plan that focuses on relieving symptoms of emotional crisis so they can regain control of their life. We offer a wide range of programming options so patients can benefit from the most appropriate level of care upon admission.
Psychiatric stabilization and around-the-clock nursing care for patients experiencing critical symptoms, such as suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, and/or psychotic features.
A proven, alternative treatment for patients suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia; offered on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Medical detox with around-the-clock nursing care and medication management, and physical/emotional support during withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs.
Two programs for adults that have mental health and substance abuse but do not require 24-hour care or may not meet criteria for inpatient hospitalization.
Our programs address the following problems:
- A brief history of present illness & symptoms
- Suicidal feelings/thoughts
- Extreme anger and/or dangerous behavior
- Anxiety and/or panic attacks
- Hallucinations and/or delusional thinking
- Bipolar disorder
- Physical and/or sexual abuse
- Alcohol/drug dependency with or without a psychiatric diagnosis
Always Here to Help
Centennial Peaks Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide no-cost, confidential assessments. To start or schedule an assessment, or for more information about our programs, please call us at 303-673-9990 or use our online contact form today. Form entries will be answered within 48 of submission. In the case of a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.