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Belmont Behavioral Health provides the region’s most comprehensive range of inpatient care for patients dealing with schizophrenia.
Inpatient care is available at Belmont Behavioral Health and Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Our patients are treated under the direction of a board-certified psychiatrist and a team of mental health professionals. We perform an extensive assessment, which includes a full medical history as well as a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation. In addition, we work closely with family members to help develop treatment solutions during the hospital stay and after discharge. Patients themselves actively participate in a goal-oriented treatment plan customized to meet their unique requirements.
Inpatient Services provided include:
We also offer an Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Unit for those suffering from both substance abuse and schizophrenia.
Services provided include:
As a part of Einstein Healthcare Network, Belmont Behavioral Health is uniquely qualified to provide this specialized care. Offering a full continuum of health care, each patient in the program receives a full evaluation including a physical examination, laboratory testing and psychiatric assessment. If medical complications are present, they are treated by Belmont medical staff or, when medically necessary, by physicians at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia.
During the initial recovery period, the patient participates in individual, group and family counseling sessions. Recreational therapies are used to promote sobriety and restore a productive lifestyle.
Attendance at meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous is required and it is expected that patients will participate in an aftercare program. A full complement of outpatient to partial hospitalization programs is available at Belmont.
What you can do to help
If you believe you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia by itself, don't wait for the problem to go away. Get help now.
When you need someone to talk to, turn to Belmont Behavioral Health at 1-800-220-HELP (4357) or 215-877-2000.
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