The finest treatment in the finest setting.
To being of service to all of our patients, families and loved-ones.
Treating every person with dignity and respect.
Dedication to offering services to all members of our community.
Utilizing all available disciplines and resources to provide the best possible care.
A Message from Las Encinas Hospital
June 4, 2020
During these times of civil unrest coming on the heels of several months of pandemic quarantine, we at Las Encinas Hospital recognize that our country is hurting. We see many of our communities wrestling with recent events and past wrongs moving in the best path forward to have their voices heard. We see the impacts that our present and future youth can make on our destiny and we are humbled by their passion.
As a national behavioral healthcare system, we stand in solidarity with and support all those effected by recent events, especially our employees and patients. We will continue to service and provide support to the communities we serve and anyone seeking to make changes. We denounce those who participate in intolerance, division, and infringement on the rights of others.
Las Encinas sees this as a time to take a stand, listen, and support those who are championing efforts to eradicate systemic injustice and inequality. We know that this conversation needs to last, solutions will need to be sought, and healing and hope will have to begin. We ask that others in our field, the communities that surround our hospitals, and throughout our nation, join us and commit to lasting and sustainable change.
Let us strive for hope and healing while building communities where everyone thrives. In doing so, we invite others to help lift up those in our communities that are struggling and feeling pain. To seek out those who need assistance, support, and comfort. To find those who are lonely, isolated, and disconnected. To console those who are hurting, suffering and alienated. To serve as advocates for those who have been historically underrepresented, marginalized, and underserved. To work toward being a country that is less divisive and more inclusive.
Las Encinas also sees this as an opportunity to improve itself by representing these values internally through building a culture of diversity, inclusiveness and equity, championing causes in the communities that promote this culture, and advocating for those who have the most needs. We feel that companies like us must dedicate themselves to getting their values right, so that our communities will thrive and ensure a culture where there is justice for all. Join us and let’s get it right!
CEO, Las Encinas Hospital
Las Encinas Hospital's Response to Covid-19
March 17, 2020
Las Encinas Hospital has been monitoring the daily events surrounding the COVID-19 virus and complying with guidance from the CDC and our state and local public health departments. While we maintain our commitment to high quality and compassionate care, we are keenly aware that we must protect and maintain a safe treatment environment for our patients, family members, and staff. We are here to support and protect each other. As such, we have implemented the following procedures/restrictions, effective as of 3/17/2020.
Las Encinas Hospital strives to keep everyone who has entrusted their care to us in the safest environment possible. As information changes, we will update these procedures. We appreciate your understanding as we respond to these challenges and take utmost care for all of our patients.
CEO, Las Encinas Hospital
Welcome to Las Encinas Behavioral Hospital. We offer a wide range of mental health care services, with a special focus on the treatment of psychiatric and chemical-dependency issues. Our Pasadena mental health hospital provides a variety of inpatient and outpatient care programs, including inpatient detox, inpatient psychiatric stabilization, chemical dependency rehabilitation, residential treatment, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services. We create every treatment plan specifically for each individual patient based on his or her history and situation, ensuring the best possible care, no matter what the condition.
Our compassionate and experienced staff is eager and willing to answer any questions you may have regarding the psychiatric and behavioral treatment options available to you or your loved one. We focus all of our programs on treating the whole person and not just the medical condition, which results in better outcomes longer-term. The recovery plans we create for every patient at our mental health hospital are designed to help people get well – and stay well.
The Las Encinas mental health hospital has remained committed to providing respectful, quality service to the Pasadena community and surrounding areas for more than 100 years. Our facility is licensed by the State of California as an accredited mental health hospital. We have been named as a Top Performer for hospital-based, inpatient psychiatric care two years in a row by the Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of healthcare organizations in America. Please feel free to contact Las Encinas Behavioral Hospital by phone to discuss our programs and services in detail.
Free, confidential assessments are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at our mental health hospital. If you are interested in an evaluation, please call 626-795-9901 or 877-579-8140 and ask for the Assessment and Referral Department.
At Las Encinas Recovery Center, we are dedicated to making a difference in our community by helping individuals improve and maintain their mental health. One method of achieving this goal is educating the public about the resources that are available to them, such as through The Jason Foundation.
Youth suicide is a rising epidemic in the US. The Jason Foundation addresses this epidemic through various educational resources, including training programs for law enforcement, teachers, and clergy.
One such educational resource available to all is their app, “A Friend Asks.”
This free smartphone app was created by The Jason Foundation with the intent of providing the public with access to tools and resources that can help yourself or others who may be experiencing thoughts of suicide. “A Friend Asks” allows you to learn more about warning signs, how to help your friends, the B1 program, and other useful information that can prove priceless for the prevention of suicide.
The app is available now for both Android and iPhones.
If you need to talk to a crisis counselor, you can text “Jason” to 741741.
Las Encinas Recovery Center provides numerous services to help those who are struggling with their mental health, including hosting support groups and providing help with interventions for loved ones.
If you would like to learn more about our services or are in need of professional help, contact us today.