Mental Health Services to Meet Needs of Teens to Seniors
Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services serves individuals from all walks in life with specific programs for teens, adults, dual diagnosis and seniors. We pride ourselves on having the skills and expertise to treat a wide array of mental health conditions, suicide and addiction issues. As we strive to understand the unique needs of each patient, Old Vineyard is committed to create individualized treatment plans so that our patients receive the best care possible.
Our private facility helps individuals stabilize from crisis, learn to cope, and follow a continuum of care. We provide:
- Comprehensive individual assessments
- An array of therapy including psycho-education, cognitive and dialectical behavioral therapy, recreation therapy, relapse prevention, and pet therapy
- A treatment team that emphasizes communication within a multi-disciplinary approach
- Psychiatrists who meet daily with patients
- Licensed masters-level clinicians in each program that lead group therapy sessions
- Communication and collaboration with family and/or collateral community providers
- Dining halls with dietary services that include a dietitian for nutritional consults and special diets
- Access to enclosed outdoor courtyards
- Aftercare discharge planning
- Onsite outpatient full and half-day programs
To schedule an appointment for your loved one, please call us today at (336) 794-3550.
To learn more about our services, please read our service pages, including:
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment – A relatively new innovation in addiction recovery that is applied to young adults and adults.
- Senior Services Program – Assisting aging loved ones with mental health issues including depression and suicidality.
- Adolescent Services – From depression and anxiety to self-injury treatment, we are here to help teens get back on track for a healthy, long life.
- Adult Services – We offer comprehensive services for adults including many diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, suicide, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and substance abuse.
- Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs – Outpatient programs for individuals who are not in crisis but want to learn new coping skills to enhance their life management.