River Park Hospital is a 165-bed facility that provides behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults and seniors in both inpatient and residential settings. River Park is committed to demonstrating sensitivity to the needs of every individual and improving the quality of life through individualized treatment. River Park Hospital provides all services regardless of race, color, religion, gender, ethnicity, age or disability.
River Park offers the following programs:
- Children’s Inpatient Program: Treats patients ages 5 to 11, although younger children may be admitted with a physician’s approval. The program helps children and their families through individualized assessment, stabilization and aftercare planning.
- The Bridge Program: A residential treatment program that serves abuse reactive children ages 8 to 12. Treatment includes a safe, structured environment that allows the child to identify and overcome the effects of the trauma.
- Adolescent Inpatient Program: For patients 11 to 18 years of age, this program helps adolescents and their families through individualized assessment, stabilization and aftercare planning.
- The ROAD Co-occurring Disorders Program: A residential treatment program for adolescents between the ages of 12 and 18 with co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. Treatment is designed to treat both disorders in an integrated approach.
- Diagnostic Service: For adolescents in need of diagnostic clarification. These youth may have a number of diagnoses or have received numerous behavioral health services in the past. Many of the youth referred to this program will be court ordered.
- The Roundtable Program: A residential treatment program for adolescent males ages 13-18 who have committed sexual offenses.
- Barboursville School: A psychiatric residential treatment facility for court-committed adolescents with serious emotional disturbance. Individualized treatment and education services are provided in a highly supervised and structured environment.
- Adult Program: Treatment is designed to help adults ages 18 and older focus on specific problems and solution development. The estimated length of stay is between seven and ten days. Some adults who need detox may also be admitted.
- Geriatric: 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. Younger adults that demonstrate significant cognitive/intellectual impairment, organic mental disorders, or mental retardation may also be admitted.