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The inpatient addiction program provides treatment for people who are actively addicted to alcohol or other drugs and require detoxification with intensive medical supervision

Adolescent Mental Health Services, Providence, Rhode Island

Adolescent Mental Health

The Adolescent Program at Butler provides psychiatric treatment and support for teenagers, ages 13 to 17 in a safe and caring environment.

Comprehensive Inpatient Services For You

Men and women who require immediate stabilization, evaluation and treatment are cared for in one of four treatment units. Treatment is short-term and intensive, with average stay of eight days.

Two inpatient units, Delmonico 3 and 4, offer acute care and are staffed by clinicians and nurses who are specially trained to care for adults affected by anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychosis and other sever psychiatric conditions.

For emergency, evaluations or admissions call Patient Assessment Services at 1 (844) 401-0111. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Kent Unit at Butler provides services to adults in partnership with Kent Hospital, Butler's sister hospital in Care New England. The Intensive Treatment Unit (ITU) is a specialized unit designed to provide intensive therapy to patients, and offers a higher staff-to-patient ratio.

The Inpatient Alcohol and Drug Unit offers specialized care to people who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol and need detoxification as well as psychiatric intervention. Many people who abuse drugs or alcohol have an underlying behavioral health problem such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), or post traumatic stress disorder PTSD. With the resources of a world-renowned psychiatric staff, the care Butler provides to patients with psychiatric illnesses and/pr addictions is second to none.

The staff at Butler Hospital understand the psychological, social, biological and medical factors that can complicate a serious mental illness and offer patients the best care in a supportive, therapeutic setting.