Inpatient treatment at Las Encinas Hospital is designed to provide rapid stabilization in a carefully structured, safe, medically appropriate environment. Inpatient treatment offers close supervision for patients who are in need of hospitalization due to their medical or emotional status. An individualized treatment plan is provided for each patient, which includes an interdisciplinary team approach.
Las Encinas Hospital in Pasadena, California offers a variety of Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) for adults. These programs are provided in an outpatient setting and are designed to teach patients skills to help manage the symptoms associated with behavioral health disorders such as depression and chemical dependency. A supportive therapeutic environment allows patients to receive structured and intensive support to remain safely in their community, work, or school environment.
Individuals dependent on, abusing or addicted to alcohol, amphetamines, barbiturates, cocaine, narcotics, tranquilizers or prescription medications and other mind-altering chemicals are accepted for evaluation and treatment at Las Encinas Hospital. The Chemical Dependency Program offers medically monitored hospital inpatient detoxification. Continued treatment and rehabilitation is available through our residential treatment center and intensive outpatient programs.
The Las Encinas Student Restore to Wellness Program is a rapid stabilization treatment model for college students who require psychiatric or substance abuse interventions in a hospital, Partial Hospital (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) settings.
This Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is an intensive, short term program that aims to decrease disruptive symptoms, reduce problem areas, and provide skills for more effective coping through a combination of process group therapy, psychoeducation, and psychiatric services.
The Adolescent Female Inpatient Treatment Program is dedicated to providing a positive and safe experience for adolescent females (age 13-17 years). The program's main goal is to help patients achieve personal safety by becoming better equipped to handle life's challenges through a variety of medical and theuraputic experiences.