Our goal is to help youth, adults and seniors who are suffering from emotional and behavioral health problems. We help to them to stabilize and improve their clinical status. We work closely with referral sources, families, and community agencies to return them to their daily activities in their homes and work environments.

Inpatient Programs

The goal of our inpatient program is to effectively treat youth, adults and senior suffering from acute behavioral health challenges. We provide assessment, diagnosis and rapid stabilization of acute psychiatric issues with referrals to less intensive, appropriate levels of follow-up care and support.

Outpatient Treatment

Peak View’s Outpatient Programs (Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs) are available to address the needs of all populations (including youth, adult and seniors) with challenges resulting from symptoms of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and many other psychiatric disorders. Clients may be enrolled directly into the program from the initial point of assessment and referral, or they can be “stepped down” from the inpatient setting. Outpatient is designed for individuals who would benefit from a structured day program to assist with the development of more adaptive coping skills. Chemical Dependency support is also available for Adults. Half day and Full day programs available.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Programs

Chemical dependency treatment is one of the cornerstones on which Peak View is based. At Peak View, helping people to recover from substance abuse or addiction and regain healthy and productive lives is a primary focus. Our medically monitored programs are both highly structured and individually crafted to provide each patient with the necessary skills for a successful recovery. Peak View offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment options for chemical dependency and substance use related issues.

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

ECT is a highly effective treatment option for those suffering with severe depression, mania and catatonia. Also known as “shock therapy” to some, ECT is a procedure in which electric currents are passed through the brain under the supervision of a psychiatrist and nurse anesthetist (CRNA).  Electroconvulsive Therapy is often used after other treatments have been unsuccessful or not achieved desired results. ECT promotes changes to the brain’s chemistry while relieving mental health symptoms.