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Senior Care Unit

Care you can trust.

Our Senior Care program addresses adults’ emotional and behavioral needs through a combination of therapies, education, social activities and medication modifications.  The Senior Care Unit encourages patients to regain as much independence and lead the fullest life possible.

The average stay is 12 to 14 days depending on the patient’s progress.  Patients are monitored by psychiatric and medical teams daily.

Contact A Care Team Member

    Intake Coordinator

    (662) 224-9386

    Specialized Behavioral Health Services

    It is estimated that over 50% of the U.S. Population will experience a mental illness in their lifetime.  Unfortunately, behavioral health issues are not bound by age, race, gender, or even community populations, and for many years treatment for residents in rural communities has been minimal at best.  For many loved ones, it can be a missing piece of the healthcare picture, but it doesn’t have to be that way.  Safe and efficient behavioral health treatment is available right here and close to home.

    Looking for symptoms or lifestyle changes that may indicate a need for a referral?

    Learn the Warning signs

    • Change in appetite
    • Extreme fluctuation in weight
    • Feeling of worthlessness
    • Suicidal Thoughts
    • Difficulty concentration
    • Hallucinations
    • Fatigue and loss of energy
    • Disorientation
    • Depression or irritable mood
    • Memory loss
    • Increased social withdrawal
    • Loss of interest in appearance
    • Anxiety
    • Paranoia
    • Stress or confusion

    Senior Care

    Our Senior Care program addresses the emotional and behavioral needs of adults 65 or older through a combination of therapies, education, community activities, and wellness programs.  The senior care unit encourages patients to regain as much independence as possible and lead the fullest life possible.

    Services we provide

    • Individual Therapy
    • Stress Management
    • Group Therapy
    • Continued Care Planning
    • Recreational Therapy
    • Medication Therapy
    • Family Therapy
    • Grief and Loss Therapy
    • Coping and loss Therapy
    • Coping and problem Therapy

    Referrals

    Currently, we receive referrals from physicians, nurses, home health agencies, nursing homes, senior living centers, family members and even self-referrals.  If you or a loved one needs professional care, please contact us.  A confidential assessment can be made in the person’s home or our facility at no charge.