Cypress Creek treats adults, ages 18 and older, for a variety of
behavioral health needs, including substance abuse and chemical
dependency. We offer inpatient and outpatient care including:
- Intensive Care Unit (PICU): an inpatient setting for adults
requiring the highest level of nursing care/crisis
- Inpatient care: for adults who are in need of 24-hour
hospitalization. This program focuses on crisis intervention,
assessment and medication stabilization.
- Dual Diagnosis care: for adults who have both acute psychiatric
and chemical dependency issues. This program focuses on psychiatric
stabilization and 12-step based chemical dependency treatment and
is conducted separately on a specialized unit.
- Partial Hospitalization (Day Treatment): for adults who need
intensive care, but do not require the overnight stay. The program
may be adapted to morning, afternoon and partial week.
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP): allows clients to attend group
therapy during the evening hours, while enabling the client to
return to the home and work environment.
Only a licensed physician can make the diagnosis of a mental
health disorder and approve a hospital admission.
What is treatment?
Treatment begins with a complete assessment by a nurse and a
physician. Based on this assessment, an individualized treatment
plan is developed.
Treatment consists of individual and family therapy. Patients
also participate in group therapy to focus on global issues.
As appropriate, medication may be used as an adjunct to therapy.
Nursing, therapy staff, physicians and the discharge planners work
together in a collaborative effort to maximize the benefits of
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