River Park Hospital provides inpatient and psychiatric residential mental health treatment to children, adolescents, adults and seniors. Located in Huntington, West Virginia, River Park Hospital offers individualized treatment to all patients in a welcoming and secure environment. Our staff is committed to continually measure, evaluate and improve the care that we provide as they seek treatment to improve their quality of life.
River Park Hospital offers three distinct acute inpatient care programs that focus on providing thorough assessment, stabilization and treatment of patients ages 4 and up who might be experiencing emotional distress or exhibiting signs of mental health issues.
Children & Adolescent Inpatient Program: Treats patients ages 4 to 17, although younger children may be admitted with a physician’s approval. The program helps children and their families through individualized assessment, stabilization and discharge planning for long-term health and growth for each patient.
30-Day Adolescent Chemical Dependency Program: A short-term program that focuses on trauma-focused therapy modalities to get at the root causes of substance abuse and help young patients break the larger cycle of addiction.
Adult Inpatient Program: Treatment is designed to help adults ages 18 and older focus on specific problems and solution development to help stop certain cycles that may lead to further emotional distress and mental health issues. The estimated length of stay is between seven and ten days.
Senior Adults (Seniors) Inpatient Program: A treatment program for adults ages 60 and older who need specialized care. The program specializes in treating the complex needs of older patients, particularly those with dementia, including Alzheimer’s.
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River Park Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address your questions and concerns. To schedule a no-cost assessment or for more information about our programs, please call 800-621-2673 or use our online contact form today. In case of medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
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