Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Program

 
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Mental Illness is an everyday battle. At Levi hospital we aim to maintain a small family-like atmosphere so that you and your loved ones feel comfortable and safe. We have an experienced professional staff of nurses,case managers, and other professionals who are under the direction of psychiatrist, Dr. John Downes, MD, and are dedicated to helping you and your loved one. Levi uses the latest psychiatric medications and therapeutic techniques to ensure that the best practices are being performed. Our staff takes personal interest in aiding in the recovery by providing individual attention that is essential in the healing process.
 
Acceptable Admission Criteria for Inpatient Psychiatric Unit:

 
  • Patient must be 18 years of age or older
  • Immediate high risk of harm to self and/or others
  • Suicide attempt in past 48 hours
  • Suicidal ideations
  • Homicidal ideations
  • Severe Depression/Aniety
 
  • Hallucinations
  • Delusions
  • Mania/Insomnia
  • Paranoia
  • Other Psychosis
 
The Levi Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Unit is a licensed 22 bed psychiatric unit that serves individuals who are 18 years and over. Patients will be considered for admission without regard to race, religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability or economic means. Individuals with known or pending felony charges, non-medically stability requiring an acute care setting or individuals with a primary diagnosis of alcohol and/or substance abuse will not be admitted for treatment.
 

Deciding to Get Help

Seeking psychiatric treatment or counseling for yourself or a loved one is a difficult decision. Most people struggle for weeks or months wanting to make sure they are doing the right thing for themselves, their family or other loved ones. They want to avoid the cold isolated, non-caring environment once depicted as typical of psychiatric hospitals. Above all, they want to see themselves or their loved one get better as a result of their treatment. The following four questions can help you decide if treatment is the best choice:
1.Has the problem been getting worse over time?
2.Is it likely the problem will get better by itself?
3.Does the problem interfere with the person's ability to handle everyday life and responsibilities?
4.Is anyone in danger of being hurt either physically or emotionally if the problem continues? If the answer to #4 is YES, then you should seek help immediately.
 

Assessment

There are two ways to get Mental Health help at Levi.

  • Transitions Outpatient Counseling Services – If you or a loved one have strong feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, sadness or worry that makes your life seem overwhelming, call 501-622-3580 during regular business hours, Monday – Friday for a free assessment.
  • Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Program – If you or your loved one are suffering from suicidal or homicidal thoughts or experiencing a psychotic episode, call 501-622-3417 and speak to a mental health professional about admission to our unit. Assessments are available 24 hours a day.