Inpatient and Outpatient Services at Hunt Regional
At Hunt Regional Healthcare, we work closely with our behavioral health patients and their loved ones to provide the extraordinary care they deserve. Our team of experienced medical and mental health professionals work together to ensure every individual receives specialized treatment to meet their distinct needs. It’s our cohesive approach and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care that helps patients achieve wellness and independence once again.
Prior to admission, a psychiatrist on staff will work in collaboration with your primary care physician to determine the need for treatment and the program that’s best for you. From there, our integrated team will work with you and your family members to facilitate effective and confidential care.
Inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services may include:
- Individual, group and family therapy on a variety of topics
- Marriage and couples therapy
- Therapeutic recreation
- Patient and family education on a variety of topics
- Mental illness
- Coping skills
- Relapse prevention
- Daily activities
- Medication adjustment and monitoring
- Behavior modification
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Care
While there are many similarities between our inpatient and outpatient behavioral health programs, there are also a few key differences to keep in mind. Some of these differences include:
- Age: Our inpatient program is designed for patients who are 18 and older, while our outpatient program is geared toward older adults.
- Referrals: Patients interested in our inpatient program must obtain a physician referral, while outpatient referrals can come from either a physician, or another healthcare professional, human service agencies, clergy members, and/or concerned family members or friends.
- Location: Our inpatient program is housed at the Behavioral Health Unit within Hunt Regional Medical Center, while our outpatient program is located at a separate facility in Commerce, Texas.
- Length of Stay: Inpatients live within the Behavioral Health Unit throughout the duration of their treatment, while outpatients receive treatments during the day and return home each afternoon.
To learn more about Hunt Regional’s Behavioral Health inpatient and outpatient services, you can visit our FAQ page for additional information.