Inpatient Care for Adults
Rivendell of Arkansas offers acute inpatient care for adults age 18 and older who are experiencing emotional distress and mental health disorders, such as anxiety, anger issues, trauma, grief, addiction, depression or psychosis. Our general adult inpatient care unit has two programming tracks depending on the severity of the patient’s symptoms to make sure each patient is getting the kind of care, attention, and treatment they need for their level of crisis. Stays can be as short as seven days, but length will be determined based on the severity of the patient’s needs.
Rivendell has a number of tailored therapeutic activities to help patients make important lifestyle changes. While we adapt each treatment program to the individual patient to ensure the most specific and targeted care, we have a series of therapies and groups that we often include in our programming.
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Designed to help patients deal with daily life stressors.
- Courage to Heal: Focuses on aspects of healing from physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. It offers hope and validation as survivors actively participate in reclaiming power in their lives.
- Relationships Group: Assists patients with exploring the helpful or hurtful dynamics of their relationships.
- Domestic Peace: A supportive group in which patients explore issues of family and domestic abuse. Patients get educated on the cycle of domestic violence, signs of domestic abuse, issues of power and control, and ways to deal with abuse.
- Life Skills Daily Session: Addresses real-life issues that patients may face once they complete treatment.
- Health & Wellness: Designed to help patients develop healthy lifestyles by looking at nutrition, exercise, dress, sleep patterns, etc.
- Focus Groups: Assist patients with setting a daily goal/focus for the day.