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Inpatient Behavioral Health

2291.9 miles away
24 hours, 7 days a week

Inpatient Behavioral Health

24 hours, 7 days a week

The Providence Inpatient Behavioral Health unit is a 24-bed, acute care unit licensed through the Washington State Department of Health as a Behavioral Health Agency. We provide behavioral health services from a trauma-informed care perspective. Care is provided for adults, age 18 and older.

Our specialized staff includes board-certified physicians, nurses, social workers and other professionals who are experienced in treating various behavioral health conditions with compassion and respect.

Inpatient care is beneficial for people who are experiencing an acute psychiatric illness and require intensive 24-hour care to stabilize their condition.

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We treat patients with an acute psychiatric illness requiring 24-hour care. The unit offers a variety of programming including:

  • Inpatient group therapy
  • Recreational therapy
  • Pharmacology
  • Spiritual care

We partner with patients to develop treatment plans, promote stability, maximize daily functioning, enhance personal and environmental safety, and mobilize community support.

When patients prepare for their discharge from the hospital, we collaborate with them to ensure they can access appropriate resources to continue their journey toward wellness.

Our multi-disciplinary treatment team is comprised of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychiatric nurses, a nurse manager, charge nurses, clinical therapists (social workers and clinical therapists) and additional allied support staff (such as peer counselors, recreational therapist, consult occupational therapy, spiritual care, mental health specialists), certified nursing assistants, health unit coordinators and an admitting coordinator.

The team works together in collaboration with the patient to establish an individualized treatment plan. Continuity of care occurs at every level of treatment, ensuring appropriate therapeutic goals, interventions and referrals.