For Adults | Hill Crest Behavioral Health

For Adults

Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services in South Birmingham, AL, offers a highly structured, multidisciplinary approach Adult Program (ages 18 years and older) experiencing severe depression, anxiety, psychosis, mood swings, sexual abuse issues, post traumatic stress disorders, identity disorders, co-occurring disorders, and other emotional problems severe enough to cause a negative impact on their life functions and requiring hospitalization. Contact us for a no-cost assessment if you or someone you know is experiencing these types of issues.The length of stay at our mental health facility is determined for each patient based on individual needs.

Assessment(s) include:

 Physical
Psychiatric
Psychosocial
Nursing

Individual Therapy:

 Psychiatrist
Therapist
Alcohol/Substance detox

Family Therapy:

Therapist
Patient/Family education

Recreational Therapy:

 Gymnasium
Exercise groups

Group Therapy:

Goal setting
Substance abuse issues
Mental health education
Medication information
Patient/Family education
Intensive therapy issues
 Therapeutic community
Creative expression (arts,crafts,and music)
Adventure-based counseling (ropes course)
Pastoral care

Discharge Planning:

 Relapse prevention (individual & group)
Continuing care plan
Weekly substance abuse recovery group

Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

Hill Crest Behavioral Healthcare Services offers a highly structured, multidisciplinary approach PICU Program (ages 18 years and older) for adults experiencing severe depression, anxiety, psychosis, mood swings, sexual abuse issues, post traumatic stress disorders, identity disorders, and other emotional problems. The PICU is designed as a smaller, structured unit for those patients requiring more intensive care.

The length of stay in the PICU is determined for each patient based on individual needs.

Assessment(s):

 Physical
Psychiatric
 Psychosocial
 Nursing

Individual Therapy:

 Psychiatrist
Therapist

Family Therapy:

 Therapist
Patient/Family education

Recreational Therapy:

 Exercise groups
Recreational time

Group Therapy includes:

 Goal setting
Mental health education
Medication information
Patient/Family education
Intensive therapy issues
Pastoral Care

Discharge Planning:

 Relapse prevention
 Continuing care plan