Older Adults Mental Health
Older Adults & Mental Health
Growing older is a natural part of life that can be accompanied by certain life changes that impact mental health.
Our experts provide support, understanding and treatment to help individuals age 65+ manage their mental health. From psychiatric urgent care to testing, we are here to help.
Hospital Based Services
Wondering if urgent care or hospitalization services are necessary? Give us a call at 800.678.5500. Our licensed clinicians are experienced in identifying warning signs and assessing an individual’s situation, and they are available 24/7.
With one call to 866.852.4001, we can help you determine the outpatient services you or your loved one may need and assist you with understanding your insurance benefit.
Elderly Case Management
Provides services for people ages 65+ diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness as well as older adults who are medically fragile and living at home independently, or in settings of support such as living with relatives or in an adult foster care home. Case managers assist with addressing chronic mental health issues as well as the ever changing clinical picture created by medical complications and/or the aging process, coordinate referrals for health and dental services, housing, transportation, financial assistance, employment, social services and other necessary supports. The program also includes a psychiatric physician assistant, a nurse and peer supports.
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