Our inpatient program admits patients in crisis who may be a safety risk to themselves
or others; or patients who have failed other therapeutic approaches and need more
intensive care. Our 24/7 referral line is answered by our professional inpatient staff
or intake coordinator, all of whom can perform an assessment over the phone to
determine the appropriate level of care needed.
Patient Stabilization and Treatment
Our 24/7 referral line can be reached
by calling 262-251-1005.
Once admitted, we work to stabilize the patient and begin an appropriate treatment
program using group and individual therapy. We follow the recovery model, approved
by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration which incorporates:
- Recovery (stabilize the crisis)
- Coping (skill building, medication management, short-term goal setting)
- Healthy living (long-term goal setting)
- Empowerment (plans for the future)
Alcohol and Drug Detoxification
Our Inpatient Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Program provides safe and compassionate means for withdrawal from drugs of addiction, such as alcohol, narcotics or anti-anxiety drugs.
Psychiatrist, Social Workers and Therapists
Our multidisciplinary team is lead by Medical College of Wisconsin psychiatrists
and includes clinical social workers, nurses board-certified in psychiatric care, and
dedicated occupational and recreational therapists.
While our first priority is our patients’ behavioral health, we work together with
their physicians to co-manage other physical and medical health issues during your
We also have immediate access to other health care services at Community
Memorial Hospital if needed.
Private Rooms, Safe Environment
All patients have private rooms with bathrooms and special state-of-the-art safety
features. We maintain a safe, inviting, therapeutic environment based on the
latest research in behavioral health care design. For example, each patient room
is equipped with an individual audio system so patients can listen to music for
relaxation and therapeutic benefits. Group spaces invite interaction and daily-living
activities. A private, outdoor patio allows patients the benefits nature brings to the