The staff of Rolling Hills Hospital believe in and strive to maintain a total therapeutic environment through an individualized treatment approach for each patient and family. Each program is designed to provide services appropriate to the scope and level of care required by the patient population served.
Comprehensive treatment-oriented activities are provided by a multi-disciplinary staff. Clinical staff provide group therapy, family therapy and activity therapy. All clinical services are delivered by qualified professional staff including, but not limited to, psychiatrists, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, mental health workers, clinical social workers, a dietitian, pharmacist, substance abuse counselors, and certified activity therapists. Clinical services that are not available within the facility may be provided through referral, consultation or contractual agreements with professionals and other health care facilities.
The goal of treatment is to promote the highest level of functioning for each patient with emphasis on individual, group and family therapy provided at the least restrictive level of care. The patient’s symptoms, strengths, family supports and discharge needs provide the basis for care from admission to discharge.
You can contact a Respond intake Clinician 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for an Intake or Referral.
The Adult Psychiatric Program is designed for the treatment of adult patients, ages 18 and over, with primary psychiatric diagnoses. Some patients may have a secondary substance abuse diagnosis who meet the criteria for medically supervised in-patient treatment. The program is based in an acute-care setting in a 27-bed unit, and is in operation 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
The Adolescent Treatment Program* are designed for the treatment of adolescents, ages 13 to18, with primary psychiatric diagnoses who meet the criteria for medically-supervised, inpatient acute treatment. Excluded are those patients who are so medically unstable that their safety requires treatment in a medical-surgical hospital; those who meet criteria for less restrictive treatment; or those with chronic organic brain dysfunction without treatable psychiatric symptoms. The Adolescent Treatment Services program operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week, within an 18-bed unit in an acute care setting. Areas of care provided by identified service providers are :
area of care
Speech, Language and Hearing Testing
Speech Language Therapist
Social Work Services Staff
Social Work Services Staff
History and Physical Exam
*The initial assessment of individuals with eating disorders involves a thorough review of the patient’s history, current symptoms, physical status, weight control measures, and other psychiatric issues or disorders such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or personality issues. Consultation with a physician and a registered dietitian is often recommended. The initial assessment is the first step in establishing a diagnosis and treatment plan. Patients with eating disorders typically require a treatment team consisting of a primary care physician, dietitian, and a mental health professional knowledgeable about eating disorders. Treatment must often involve clinicians from different health disciplines including psychologists, psychotherapists, physicians, dietitians, and nurses.
The Adult Co-occurring Program is designed for the treatment of patients, ages 18 and older, with a substance abuse disorder with or without a co-occurring mental health condition that meet criteria for medically supervised inpatient detox treatment. Patients who are so medically fragile that their safety demands treatment in a medical/surgical setting, or who are so mentally impaired that they cannot reasonably benefit from treatment, or who meet the criteria for treatment in a lesser restrictive setting may be excluded. The program operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week, in an acute care setting, in a 15-bed unit. Areas of care provided by identified service providers are the same as for the Adult Psychiatric Program with the following additions:
The Adult Partial Hospitalization Program is a structured program that provides group counseling and other therapeutic services in a compassionate and healing environment. This program is designed to meet the mental health needs of those in crisis. The goal of treatment is to promote the highest level of functioning of each person with emphasis on medication management, individual, and group therapy. Each person’s symptoms, strengths, family supports and discharge needs provide the basis for care from admission to discharge. Rolling Hills Partial Hospitalization Program meets Monday through Friday from 8a.m. till 3p.m. Each treatment day consists of psycho-education and therapeutic process groups. Each patient will be meeting with a psychiatrist once a week for medication management.
The individual is 18 years old or older.
The individual has had a diagnostic assessment which indicates the individual’s need for partial hospitalization.
The individual is committed to the Partial Hospitalization Program. Motivation for treatment may be external (court ordered, family ultimatum) or internal (individual has made the decision themselves to change).
Stressors in the individuals life warrant multiple therapy sessions per week but do not exceed the individual’s ability to manage stressors with added support of Partial Hospitalization Program and the individual’s personal resources.
Individuals may be an actual and/or potential danger to themselves but are able to contract for safety and have other resources that help them maintain their safety contract outside of the program hours.
The individual’s family members, significant others, and/or living situations do not pose a threat to the individual’s safety or engagement in treatment.
The individual does not meet criteria for acute hospitalization or is experiencing a failure of outpatient treatment.
Individual must have reliable transportation.
The goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program is to promote the highest level of functioning of each person through interactive education groups, co-occurring counseling groups, individual sessions, outside/consultant speaker groups, a family program, and aftercare groups. Restore Hope Intensive Outpatient Program meets three times a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) for three hours per session, from 6-9pm. The average intensive outpatient program lasts four to five weeks.
The Older Adult Treatment Program are designed for the treatment of adult patients, ages 65 and over, with primary psychiatric diagnoses. The Geriatric Treatment Services program operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week, within a 23-bed unit in an acute care setting. The program is based in an acute-care setting in a 24-bed unit, and is in operation 24 hours per day, seven days per week.