Comprehensive Adult Psychiatric Programs in Austin, TX

adultReceive the mental health care you need by seeking treatment from the staff at Austin Oaks Hospital. We provide several adult psychiatric programs in Austin, TX, to meet the acute and long-term care needs of patients with a wide range of behavioral and emotional illnesses.

Additionally, at our facility, we also provide crisis stabilization for patients in a high-risk mental or emotional state. We manage this stabilization through the development of essential skills and personal growth, building on an image of positive self-awareness. This treatment strategy is designed to give our patients the tools they need to work through crisis resolutions healthily.

Varying Service Levels

When first arriving for treatment, the staff at Austin Oaks Hospital will begin by providing you or your loved one with a comprehensive psychiatric assessment. This helps us to determine which of our psychiatric services are best suited to help with your condition. The initial evaluation also allows us to decide on whether full inpatient hospitalization or outpatient care is required.

With our inpatient programs, our patients receive 24-hour access to the care and resources they need to work through their crisis and deal with their illness. These programs are designed for short-term, acute care to deal with the immediate issues you are facing. Once a patient is stabilized, they will typically be transitioned into our outpatient programs to continue treatment. Our outpatient procedures provide the therapy you need while also allowing you to continue with your daily life and go home at the end of each day. Visit our facility to learn more about our inpatient and outpatient services or when you need an assessment for your mental or behavioral health.

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Always Here to Help

We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide a no-cost mental health assessment for you or your loved one. Call us at 512-440-4800, send us a message or visit our facility to get started. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.