At Lake Bridge Behavioral Health System, we offer compassionate psychiatric care for children, teens and their families. Our doors are open day and night to assist families with children and teens in psychiatric crisis or those suffering from long term mental health problems. Our multidisciplinary team of qualified mental health professional, including licensed psychiatrist, licensed clinical social worked, licensed master level therapists, registered nurses and paraprofessionals have one common goal, which is to improve the quality for life for our patients and families through evidence-based therapy and education. We offer crisis psychiatric services, residential programs and day treatment services. Our inpatient acute treatment program is designed to treat children and teenagers, ages five through seventeen, experiencing sudden onset symptoms of psychiatric illness. Upon admission, each patient will be evaluated daily by a psychiatrist, who will oversee stabilization and treatment services. Our Psychiatric Inpatient Residential treatment is a specialized, extended length stay program for children, adolescents, and young adults, ages five through twenty-one who need a longer, more stable therapeutic environment to achieve success in managing their behavior with the aid of medication management, CBT and DBT therapy. Our Partial Hospitalization Program is a day treatment program incorporating the therapeutic ingredients of the inpatient acute program of pharmacological intervention and evidence-based therapy. We also make referrals to trusted community mental health provides to support families in establishing therapeutic relationships. Our team will walk with the patient and the parent every step of the way in the treatment process. We make it easy to access our services, call our Admissions Department 24 hours a day or walk-in into our lobby. We are here to help.