Levels of Behavioral Health Care

“Levels of Care” reflects the amount of supervision that is necessary to keep a child or adolescent safe and refers to how restricted a child is, such as if the program is locked or not.

Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health System offers several levels of care to give our patients individualized treatment that will help them recover, sustain the recovery and develop healthy living in the least restrictive environment possible.  We offer inpatient care for patients who require a more structured, highly supervised setting.

Outpatient Services:  Psychiatry, Medication Clinic & Therapy

We offer an outpatient medication clinic and outpatient counseling for patients who do not require the intensive, secure environment of inpatient treatment. Read more.

Acute Care

We offer short-term crisis stabilization for children and adolescents who are in danger of hurting themselves or others, or have a deteriorated level of functioning. Read more.

Residential Mental Health Treatment

Our residential treatment programs provide children and adolescents with structured, evidence-based therapy that is conducive to healing and recovery. Read more.

Therapeutic Foster Care

Families provide family living and therapists provide specialized services to children and youth who otherwise would be placed in institutional or residential group settings. The program is designed to serve children and youth with special psychological, social and emotional needs who can accept and respond to the close relationships within a family setting but whose special needs require more intensive or therapeutic services than are found in traditional foster care. Read more.

Crisis Stabilization

Shadow Mountain offers a 72-hour crisis stabilization mental health treatment program for children who are under the custody of the Department of Human Services.  This program helps keep children in mental health crisis to stay out of the hospital by offering an opportunity to calm and maintain placement if possible. Read more.