At Cedar Crest Hospital & Residential Treatment Center, located in Belton, Texas, our inpatient adult treatment program treats clients ages 18 and older. Our program provides intensive psychiatric treatment to stabilize each client’s immediate crisis while providing the client and their family with the skills necessary to help prevent or reduce recurring crises leading to readmission. Our adult inpatient program treats adults experiencing the following:
- Suicidal thoughts or attempts
- Homicidal thoughts or attempts
- Anxiety disorders
- Adjustment disorder
- Major depression
- Wild mood swings
- Substance use and abuse
- Alcohol abuse
- Surviving a trauma
- Other mental health disorders
We offer 24/7 help for adults in crisis or those who need our guidance to make it through tough times; someone is always available to talk to at Cedar Crest. When you are admitted to our adult inpatient treatment program, you’ll be quickly assessed and evaluated by our skilled team of nurses, doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, and therapists who will take immediate action to stabilize you. When you are stabilized, you will undergo a series of assessments while in this treatment program designed to help us fully understand your struggles. After you are stabilized in our program, we’ll sit down with you and create a plan of care that meets all of your needs – mind, body, and soul.
The medical staff in the adult inpatient treatment program at Cedar Crest Hospital & Residential Treatment Center in Belton, Texas will provide you with a safe, stable environment that will allow you to develop new and greater insights into your struggles and challenges, while building upon the strengths you already possess. We tirelessly work with you while in our treatment program to help you reach your maximum potential and emerge from our program a happy, healthy person. While you are staying with us, you’ll be offered a number of therapeutic options to help with your treatment, including group therapy, and family therapy. Care doesn’t end when you walk out our doors of our program – we’re always available, 24 hours a day to lend you guidance and help.