For Adults
We offer inpatient and outpatient programs for adults, ages 18+ struggling with behavioral health or substance use disorders.

Glen Oaks Hospital treats adults struggling with mental illness, such as depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts. Our goal is to restore the patient’s functioning at home and in the community, free of the symptoms that required hospitalization.

Detox

Adults suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol can detox under supervision at Glen Oaks Hospital. Once the system is substance free, we provide education about disease management and relapse prevention.

Outpatient Services

Glen Oaks Hospital offers partial hospitalization and an intensive outpatient program for adults requiring an outpatient level of care. Outpatient programming is geared toward adults who need a supportive and structured environment but do not require inpatient services.

Partial hospitalization (PHP) is offered five days a week and includes breakfast and lunch.

Intensive outpatient programming (IOP) is provided three days a week, and we offer both behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment services. The Chemical Dependency IOP meets three days a week and offers case management and treatment planning services.

Outpatient programs provide the extra support needed following inpatient hospitalization or helps patients regain stability during a difficult time.

If distance is an issue, we offer lodging through our New Leaf program. Structured after-hours activities include group therapy, physical activity and participation in community groups such as AA. Our goal is to restore an individual’s functioning at home and in the community free of the systems that necessitated hospitalization. Meals are also included.

No cost assessments, 24/7
               
Admissions are accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our trained professionals can assess you or your loved one and determine the most appropriate level of care. Our assessments are provided at no charge, because we are invested in helping you determine the best next step for your recovery. We welcome referrals by medical or behavioral health providers, caregivers, case managers, law enforcement professionals, educators, community agencies, clergy, employers, hospitals, family members, friends, former patients and patients themselves. Call us at 800-443-1109 to learn more.