Where can you or a loved one receive treatment for a substance use disorder, or a mental health problem? Aurora Charter Oak Hospital in Covina, California offers a safe, secure and therapeutic environment for individuals with acute psychiatric and/or substance use problems. Our treatment team provides 24-hour monitoring, treatment and stabilization for individuals who may be struggling with problems such as:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Drug/Alcohol use, misuse or unhealthy/harmful use
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Suicidal/homicidal thoughts
Inpatient care is designed to stabilize individuals as quickly as possible and return them to an improved level of functioning. Our hospital treatment programs focus on stabilizing individuals, providing education about their illness, and helping them to develop coping skills to deal with issues related to the need for hospitalization. Treatment at Aurora Charter Oak includes group and family therapy, medication management and a variety of other activities including recreation, socialization, and expressive therapies. Aurora Charter Oak uses evidence-based, outcome-driven treatment care models, including Seeking Safety.
Our integrated treatment team includes psychiatrists, internists, registered nurses, case managers/social workers, chemical dependency counselors, activity therapists and behavioral health specialists who work closely with each patient to formulate individual treatment goals and assess progress. All patients at Aurora Charter Oak Hospital are assigned to a Case Manager who arranges follow-up care in the community based on each patient’s needs.
Adult inpatient treatment programs at Aurora Charter Oak Hospital provide care and education for individuals who have mental health problems, substance use problems, or a combination of both. Many individuals seeking treatment at our facility struggle with a psychiatric illness compounded by a history of alcohol or other substance use. Treatment in the hospital for an individual with a substance use problem may initially include medically supervised detoxification, followed by a comprehensive co-occurring disorder treatment program. We introduce patients to the 12-Step Model and give them tools to help them maintain their sobriety.
For information about any of our Adult Programs or Services, please call 877-674-7781. Our Assessment Center can also answer questions regarding insurance coverage.