Inpatient treatment is for individuals facing a severe mental health issue and who are unable to remain safe in a less restrictive environment. An inpatient hospital stay monitors patients for safety, clarifies diagnosis, focuses the treatment plan and initiates a medication schedule if appropriate. For comprehensive treatment, patients participate in a variety of groups, including psycho-educational, psychotherapy, experiential, and disease management groups. In addition, social workers and psychologists provide individual and family therapy.

To help patients begin their transition back to day-to-day life, a computer assisted stress management program is available for all inpatients. A comprehensive discharge plan is also designed with the patient and assists them in transferring to less restrictive treatment and to encourage follow-up care.