Inpatient Treatment for Dual Diagnosis

Inpatient Treatment for Dual Diagnosis

Pine Rest’s Redwood Unit offers a unique psychiatric inpatient hospital experience dedicated to the treatment and care of adults with a co-occurring substance use and mental health disorder. One of only a few inpatient psychiatric facilities in the country fully integrating treatment for mental illness and substance use, the 22-bed Redwood Unit employs best practices to meet these patients’ complex needs. Research has shown that treating both conditions together consistently provides better outcomes.

The new 20,000 square foot wing includes four single barrier-free rooms, six single rooms and six semi-private rooms. The unit is tailored specifically to meet the needs of adults whose symptoms require 24/7 care in a setting that provides safety and security during crisis stabilization.

Our collaborative multidisciplinary team provides group-based programming, oversight by board-certified psychiatrists and partnership with outside providers to develop a treatment plan that best suits each individual’s needs. After care plans are designed to continue the healing process. The average length of inpatient stay is 8 to 10 days.

The Redwood Unit is located in the Van Andel Center.

Treatment

Patients will receive individualized treatment which may include:

  • Psychiatric, psychosocial and medical assessment
  • Psychological testing
  • Medication education, evaluation and management
  • Individual consultations and aftercare planning
  • Group therapy
  • Family consultations and therapies
  • Recreational and occupational therapy
  • Spiritual assessment and support

Wondering if inpatient services are necessary? Give us a call! Our Contact Center is staffed 24/7 with licensed clinicians trained to discuss each individual’s unique situation and determine the appropriate level of treatment required.

Call 616.455.9200 or 800.678.5500. TTY line available at 616.281.6446.

Treating both mental illness and a co-occurring substance use diagnosis together consistently leads to healthier outcomes for patients, including better medication management and reduction of psychiatric relapses, substance use, suicide, legal problems and emergency room visits. -2014 Annual Report