Primary Mental Health | Addiction | Dual Diagnosis
When struggling with a mental health disorder that is not improving, choosing a residential treatment program for more intensive and focused treatment is an excellent option. Elevation Behavioral Health provides optimal mental health treatment and services through a blend of proven evidence-based therapies and complimentary holistic activities. Together, this integrated approach offers a broader spectrum of therapeutic interventions that treat all aspects of the individual, leading to a successful recovery outcome.
MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS TREATED
Elevation Behavioral Health is an upscale residential treatment center fully dedicated to the most innovative treatment of mental health disorders and dual diagnosis. Our expert psychiatric team provides highly effective, compassionate treatment for a wide array of mental health disorders, including:
Elevation Behavioral Health offers a private, intimate setting for treatment and healing. Our luxury private home treatment venue is situated in a tranquil location in Southern California, allowing for peaceful restoration of mind, spirit, and body. The upscale accommodations feature private rooms, spa-like amenities, and an executive chef, providing an upscale, safe place to heal.
The residential mental health program allows for a highly focused and individualized approach to treating persistent or progressing mental health disorders. The safe, inviting environment provides a respite from daily stressors with 24-hour support. A comprehensive treatment plan will be tailored specifically to each client’s unique needs, providing targeted evidence-based and holistic therapies.
The residential dual diagnosis program addresses the co-occurring mental health disorder and substance use disorder, treating both disorders simultaneously for the best treatment outcome. Each particular dual diagnosis combination presents unique challenges therefore each client will have a fully individualized treatment plan. Medical detox and addiction treatment is augmented by psychotherapy and holistic activities for a comprehensive approach.
Transitional housing is provided for clients who wish to remain on campus for an extended period of time. The transitional living allows clients to stabilize while continuing to engage in outpatient therapy. Transitional living offers clients a safe, supportive, drug and alcohol-free environment as well as transportation to medical and/or psychiatric appointments.
Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) is provided for clients as a step-down from the residential mental health or dual diagnosis programming. The IOP allows clients to continue to receive essential individual and group therapy in early recovery, providing the ongoing support needed when facing challenges or stressors. Additionally, the IOP offers life skills training, interpersonal skills training, and medication management.
Elevation Behavioral Health provides premium residential treatment for individuals struggling with mental health disorders. The integrated program addresses psychiatric, physical, and holistic needs through a multi-modal treatment program.
Elevation Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive dual diagnosis program that includes medical detoxification and stabilization, addiction treatment and education, and concurrent psychiatric treatment.
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