to treatment to recovery.
Patients receive services within our Care Access Unit and on four primary care units.
Our Care Access Unit (CAU) is designed to welcome and initiate treatment for newly admitted patients requiring a more contained, low-stimulation environment, or who might come to us later into the evening or night, or may be awaiting an open bed on one of our four main units. Patients typically stay on the CAU for just a night or two before transferring to one of our primary treatment units.
Our primary treatment units serve patients 18 years and older experiencing a primary mental or emotional health crisis, with or without co-occurring substance abuse, including the need for detoxification. Our Young Adult Unit serves older adolescent/young adult patients aged 16 to 25 who are typically enrolled in high school or college and are experiencing a mental health crisis, with or without co-occurring substance abuse, including the need for detoxification.
Each of our units has a blend of private and semi-private rooms. Each unit is bright and inspiring and contains spacious common meeting spaces, cozy, quiet social spaces (with aquariums), and plenty of individual consult rooms. All patient rooms have exceptionally large windows with vents to allow in fresh air and nature sounds, and views of our beautiful wooded surroundings and our large interior courtyard.