Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers residential inpatient treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17 with longstanding emotional and behavioral health issues. Our physician-led residential treatment program addresses children’s entire well being including medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs. The residential treatment program provides a variety of therapies and activities in a safe, comfortable environment.
Residential treatment includes:
An individualized Master Treatment Plan focuses on the identified behavioral challenges of each patient and is supported by a Levels System that provides social skills to prepare the patient to re-integrate into family and community
- Individual Therapy: Scheduled weekly with onsite therapists; available additionally as needed
- Family Therapy: Scheduled twice monthly unless otherwise specified
- Recreational Therapy: Licensed recreational therapists deliver daily programs consisting of group and individual activities designed to develop coping skills necessary to function within a community. Outside activities are utilized in a levels-based program to establish emotional stability and encourage growth
- Global Distance Family Therapy: provided via special arrangements for military families and OP providers to ensure clinical efficacy while minimizing travel time and expense to the family.
- Group Therapy: Conducted by licensed clinical professionals, including therapists and substance abuse counselor conduct therapies supported by a curriculum including:
- Health education
- Anger management
- Conflict resolution
- Day-end goals review
- Discharge planning building/management
- Journaling (take home tool)
- Relationship skills
- Educational Services – State Department of Education approved program is administered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional.
- Therapeutic passes to assist in successful reintegration following discharge.
- Community Activities Based on Levels Achievement included but not limited to:
- Arkansas Food Bank Volunteers
- Quapaw United Methodist Church Community Breakfast Volunteers
- QUMC Food Pantry donation
- Wounded Warriors Project Fundraiser
- Fundraiser for Red Cross flood relief
- Fundraiser for UAMS Myeloma Research
- Autism Awareness Walk and Fundraiser
- Cancer Society Fundraiser
- Susan G Komen Race for the Cure
- Humane Society Fundraiser and donations
- Nami- Walk
- Spiritual Enrichment: Provided weekly for groups and patients have additional interaction with clergy as requested.
- CD Education (Adolescents Only) provided by a CADAC-certified coordinator; includes:
- 12-Step Program
- CD Program – Weekly Individualized Treatment Plan to streamline success through intensity of services, based on patient’s identified level of need for these services.
- Discharge Planning: Assist patient and family in a referral for follow-up treatment. Information on community resources is available to maximum and support post-discharge.
Financial Counseling: We accept Tricare®, most Commercial Insurances and Medicaid. Payment options are available if needed.
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