Inpatient Mental Health Facilities in Arizona

Purpose Healing offers a variety of programs and therapies that can be personalized for you or a loved one who needs help recovering from mental health problems.

Purpose Healing Center Offers Proven Programs for Mental Health 

Statistics from February 2021 suggest that 1,030,000 adults in Arizona have a mental health condition of some kind. That’s over four times the population size of Scottsdale, AZ! Despite this, a significant portion of people who meet the criteria for a mental illness in our state don’t get the help they need.

You may already know from your own life, or the struggles of your loved one that, when left untreated, mental health concerns can affect your life severely. For example, symptoms of a mental health condition like anxiety or depression can interfere with functioning at work and school, self-care, physical health, quality of life, and interpersonal relationships.

The good news is that research shows that mental and behavioral health treatment works and can lead to improvements in all of these areas. A comprehensive program at inpatient mental health facilities in Arizona that offers intensive therapy can help rebuild (and establish) coping skills that readily transfer to everyday life.

However, not all mental health programs are created equally. Purpose Healing Center is equipped to treat a diverse set of mental health and substance abuse concerns. So, what should you know if you or your loved one is considering inpatient mental health treatment?

Our resource will go over the definition and benefits of inpatient mental health care, reasons to choose Purpose Healing Center, and how to protect your progress after treatment is over. We’ll also discuss insurance coverage and frequently asked questions about inpatient behavioral health services.

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What is Inpatient Mental Health Treatment?

Inpatient programs provide around-the-clock treatment for mental health concerns and substance abuse issues. When you’re in inpatient mental health treatment, you live on-site at your treatment for the duration of your program. Visitors are allowed, and day passes can be provided, but in general, you will have the support and supervision of 24/7 care.

Inpatient mental health treatment can help people with anxiety disorders, PTSD, trauma, mood disorders like depression or bipolar disorder, substance abuse issues (e.g., alcohol use disorder, opioid use disorder), eating disorders, schizophrenia and related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other concerns.

Research shows that inpatient and outpatient programs are both effective for behavioral health and alcohol or drug abuse. Often, deciding on whether an inpatient or outpatient program is right for you relies on factors such as symptom severity, cost, and life circumstances.

As for how long an inpatient program will last, it depends. A treatment stay lasting for around 1-3 months is common for those attending a residential program.

Many people living with mental illness also have a substance use disorder. The presence of substance abuse and one or more comorbid mental illnesses is called “dual diagnosis.” Longer treatment stays are associated with more satisfactory treatment outcomes in those with substance abuse or dual-diagnosis disorders.

As a substance abuse and mental health treatment facility in Arizona, a large portion of clients in our inpatient programs are people facing substance abuse who have a dual diagnosis disorder. Everyone’s recovery process is different, and having enough time matters.

What are the Benefits of Inpatient Care for Mental Illness?

Before you start treatment at Purpose, you will get a free and comprehensive psychiatric evaluation that’ll help our staff better understand your needs. At that time, we’ll go over treatment options with you and help you decide whether an inpatient or outpatient program is best for you. We will also assess for co-occurring disorders. 

If inpatient treatment for mental health or substance abuse is recommended for you, you’re someone who is likely to reap the benefits of an inpatient treatment program. Here are some of the top benefits of inpatient mental health treatment programs:

  • 24/7 support. If you have moderate-to-severe symptoms or experience concerns like self-harm or active suicidal ideation, you will likely be referred to inpatient mental health treatment because of the level of supervision and support it provides.
  • Distance from daily life triggers. Many people with mental health conditions need space from daily life triggers and routines while they develop new skills and work toward recovery.
  • Dedicated healing. Inpatient care lets you fully concentrate on the recovery process and provides the most structured treatment for addiction and mental health possible.

If you experience substance abuse as a primary or co-occurring concern, staff may recommend that you start with our medical detox program before residential inpatient treatment so that you can get off of drugs and alcohol safely with the help of our inpatient nurses and medical detox team. Detox is usually short-term, lasting about 1-2 weeks.

Adult Inpatient Mental Health Treatment at Purpose Healing Center

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The structure of an inpatient program can be powerful, but choosing the right inpatient mental health or addiction treatment facility matters. Purpose Healing Center has two behavioral health facilities in Arizona: a location in Phoenix, AZ, and a facility in Scottsdale, AZ.

Here are some of the features that set our inpatient treatment facilities and services apart from the rest. 

Our Evidence-Based Treatment Programs

Inpatient mental health treatment is the most intensive type of treatment program for behavioral health. As a Purpose Healing Center client, you will work with staff members to design a personalized care plan that details your treatment schedule and the therapeutic modalities you’ll engage in during your program.

Purpose offers a broad scope of evidence-based and supportive holistic treatments at both of our locations. Treatments used at Purpose Healing Center include but aren’t limited to the following:

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Medication Management
  • Meditation and Mindfulness
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Family Therapy

You will see your assigned individual therapist at least once per week for individual therapy sessions and will engage in daily group therapy sessions during treatment. You’ll set goals with your team and communicate as you progress in treatment.

If you’re on medication, a psychiatrist will assess your symptoms regularly and talk with you to help you find the best combination of treatments to manage your symptoms.

Supportive Recreation Activities for Lasting Recovery

Purpose Healing Center offers a range of supportive recreation activities. Inpatient clients at our facility have access to activities including but not limited to movie outings, non-contact sports for those who wish to participate, guided meditation exercises, and yoga.

Accredited Facilities and An Array of Amenities

Detox at Purpose Healing Center

Purpose Healing Center’s inpatient treatment center offers a welcoming environment, with comfortable private or semi-private rooms and extensive on-site amenities for clients to enjoy. On-site amenities at Purpose Healing Center include but aren’t limited to a swimming pool, lawn games (cornhole, croquet, etc.), meals, laundry, a reading area, and a TV lounge with a wide selection of channels.

Purpose Healing Center offers prospective patients and their loved ones free tours of our Phoenix and Scottsdale facilities. To schedule a tour, call Purpose Healing Center today.

Our Team Members

The more intensive the program you attend, the more time you’ll spend with your treatment team. Our inpatient facility has therapists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, nurses, medical doctors, and psychiatrists on-site.

Protecting Your Healing After Inpatient Treatment

What comes after inpatient mental health treatment? At Purpose Healing Center, we’re dedicated to your long-term recovery.

On top of our alumni program, here are some of the ways you can protect your mental health and well-being after inpatient care.

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention Planning

Support groups for mental illness

Before you leave inpatient treatment at Purpose Healing Center, your treatment team will help you make a unique aftercare and relapse prevention plan. An effective relapse prevention or aftercare plan needs to consider your needs as a whole person, just like an effective inpatient or outpatient treatment plan should.

Examples of what one might include in their personal aftercare plan include but aren’t limited to services such as:

  • Support groups for mental illness or drug abuse.
  • Job and education planning.
  • Individual or group therapy.
  • Supportive housing communities.
  • Continued medication management.

Our mental health and addiction treatment facilities can provide referrals to outpatient therapists, medication management services, and other valuable resources you might benefit from when you leave residential care.

Outpatient programs at a treatment center are often recommended to aid the transition back into your everyday life and community after treatment. Purpose Healing Center has a partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient program for mental illness and trauma that can support you through this transitional period.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Many clients transition to a lower level of care after residential inpatient treatment. For example, a partial hospitalization program or an intensive outpatient program for trauma clients. Often, it’s recommended that you enter an outpatient program after completing an inpatient program because it lets you transition out of treatment steadily with the help of a treatment team.

Purpose Healing Center offers a full continuum of care, including inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs. The full continuum of care at our facility allows our clients to get consistent services and transition from one level of care to another smoothly if needed.

Does Insurance Cover Residental Mental Health Treatment?

Health insurance can help you pay for mental health and substance abuse treatment. Purpose Healing Center’s Arizona mental health and addiction treatment facility accepts most forms of health insurance.

Plans accepted ‘in-network’ include but aren’t limited to Multiplan, BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, GEHA, Ambetter, Banner, Molina, AHCCCS (Medicaid), and Tricare. 

When you call Purpose, our warm and welcoming admissions team can verify your health insurance coverage for treatment in as little as a few minutes. We’re here to answer your questions, whether you’re calling for yourself or a loved one who needs help.

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Call Purpose for Inpatient Mental Health Treatment in Arizona

At Purpose Healing Center, everyone who walks through our doors is treated like family. Many of our adult inpatient mental health and affection treatment staff have personal experience or have worked in substance abuse and mental health for many years. Purpose Healing Center has seen clients create a life they love after treatment.

If you’re ready to learn more about adult inpatient mental health or alcohol and drug addiction treatment, contact Purpose Healing Center today. Call the admissions line on our website, available 24/7, to get in touch now!

FAQs About Inpatient Mental Health Facilities in Arizona

How long are inpatient rehab programs?

Inpatient rehab programs often have flexible treatment lengths that depend on the unique needs of each client. For example, insurance coverage, patient progress, personal history, and other factors can all affect treatment program length.

Usually, clients stay in typical inpatient rehab programs for somewhere from 28 to 90 days. Long-term rehab programs may offer 90+ day stays.

How do you get someone committed to a mental health facility in Arizona?

Many adults who attend inpatient services do so by choice. However, if someone is in immediate danger, involuntary commitment to a psychiatric hospital or inpatient behavioral health clinic may occur. For example, cases of self-harm or suicidal ideation. If it is determined that the individual’s safety, or the safety of someone else, is impacted via a mental health assessment, they may experience involuntary commitment.

Is a mental health intervention a feasible approach for my loved one?

In some cases, an intervention staged by a loved one can help someone struggling with addiction or mental health. Interventions can lead to several positive outcomes, such as helping someone realize that they have a problem. In some cases, it can even be a person’s first step toward recovery.

What should I bring to an inpatient behavioral health facility?

All mental health and addiction treatment facilities differ. Before the date of your admission at Purpose, we’ll go over what to bring to our Phoenix or Scottsdale facility, depending on your treatment placement, and what to leave at home. If you have a question about what to expect in treatment at Purpose, please call our admissions line. A staff member can respond to your questions, whether or not you’re ready to enter treatment yet.



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