The teen years can be a difficult and emotionally challenging period in a young person’s life. As adolescents are experiencing both physical and hormonal changes, they are often also experiencing both social and personal stress.
As a result, it is sometimes hard for parents and loved ones to tell the difference between the normal social and emotional issues that all teenagers experience from time to time and early signs and symptoms of mental illness.
Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital provides inpatient psychiatric care designed to help treat abnormal, uncontrollable or dysfunctional problems that teens may be facing. Upon admission, patients are assigned a clinical team that includes a psychiatrist, case managers, nurses and therapists. Treatment focuses on identifying negative and destructive behaviors while promoting new tools and social skills needed for personal growth.
Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital has created a nurturing and caring environment, uniquely designed to focus on the individual strengths of adolescents to help them develop treatment care plans that focus on these strengths.
Treatment, Compassion and Hope
Each year, millions of people experience difficulties with behavioral health. If these problems persist, they can affect relationships, performance at work or school or even the ability to complete everyday tasks and functions. If you or a loved one is struggling and in need of behavioral health services, Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital provides treatment, resources and support.
Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital offers confidential, no-cost assessments 24 hour a day, 7 days a week. Call our admissions line at 717-740-4160 to schedule an assessment today. Or, for more information about Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital, call our main intake line at 717-740-4100.