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Child Inpatient Psychiatric

Child Inpatient Psychiatric

Child Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment in Louisville, KY

Give your child the emotional and mental help they need by seeking assistance from the staff at The Brook Hospital. We offer complete inpatient psychiatric treatment in Louisville, KY, that is designed to help young children who are experiencing mental illnesses or emotional disorders. The treatment program provides a high level of direct patient care, including physical, social, spiritual, medical, and psychotherapeutic treatment interventions.

With our psychiatric treatment, your child will develop the skills they need to work through their illness. Some of the services provided by our psychiatric care include:

  • A Secure Facility with 24-Hour Skilled Nursing Care
  • Thorough Psychiatric and Physical Evaluations Conducted by A Multi-Disciplinary Team
  • Development of a Treatment Plan Based on the Evaluation Results
  • Focused Group Therapies Dealing with Specific Topics Such as Loss or Anger
  • Individual Psychotherapy with a Registered Child Psychiatrist
  • Family Therapy and Educational Programs
  • Development of a Comprehensive Discharge Plan

Post-Treatment Care

Following treatment with our psychiatric services, your child will receive a referral to the least restrictive level of care possible. This is based on their individual needs and could include intensive outpatient care, partial hospitalization, or an aftercare program. No matter what program option is recommended, know that our staff has chosen the treatment plan that will provide the most help for your child.

Contact us when you have a child that is in need of intensive inpatient psychiatric care. We proudly serve patients in Louisville, KY, and surrounding areas.

Help is Just a Phone Call Away

We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, but an Assessment and Referral specialist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 502-426-6380. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.