Inpatient Behavioral Health Services in Meridian, ID
The inpatient program at Cottonwood Creek Behavioral Hospital is designed to provide intensive, highly structured treatment for mental illness, mood disorders and substance abuse issues in a safe, controlled environment. Our treatment programs are personalized for each patient. Your length of stay will be determined based upon your treatment needs and goals identified between you and our care team.
Those dealing with acute symptoms related to their condition or addiction are usually best suited for inpatient treatment. Our comfortable, welcoming facility offers a nurturing environment to focus exclusively on healing during your stay with us.
Patients admitted to Cottonwood Creek receive 24-hour supervised treatment and support for mental health conditions and substance abuse. We understand that mental illness and addiction often go hand in hand, so we offer treatment for dual diagnosis and co-occurring conditions simultaneously.
We treat adults age 18 and over who are struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, personality disorders and many other illnesses. Our addiction treatment services include alcohol abuse, illegal drug addiction and prescription drug abuse.
During inpatient treatment, you’ll learn strategies and coping techniques that will help you manage your condition or addiction through a combination of traditional and alternative therapies, education, activities and medication management. You’ll work directly with members of our highly trained, compassionate care teams, including psychiatrists, specialty physicians, nurses, social workers, therapists, and other experienced professionals.
Often, long-term recovery comes easier for patients who are removed from their usual, day-to-day circumstances and can concentrate completely on getting better in an inpatient setting. Though it is not appropriate for everyone, inpatient treatment allows you to dedicate yourself to building effective coping skills and learning about the disease or disorder you’re struggling with.
To schedule an assessment to find out if inpatient treatment is a good fit for you, call us at 208-202-4700.