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Programs and Services

Springbrook Behavioral Hospital has programs that address a broad spectrum of mental health issues. Crisis care services are also available for patients in acute crisis who require immediate assistance in a safe, secure and structured environment.

Available Programs and Mental Health Counseling Services

Bridges Senior Program

The Bridges Program at Springbrook Hospital is designed to meet the specific needs of adults over 55 years old suffering from serious psychiatric and/or dual diagnosis.

Eclipse Dual Diagnosis Program

The Eclipse Program is designed for those suffering from the co-occurring diagnosis of psychiatric illness and substance abuse problems.

Intensive Treatment Services also known as Critical Care Unit & Adult Psychiatric Services

Intensive Treatment Services also known as Critical Care Unit provides crisis stabilization and symptom reduction for individuals 18 years or older who are in acute psychiatric distress. This service treats patients both voluntary and involuntary patients in acute crisis who require immediate assistance in a secure, safe and structured environment.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our Partial Hospitalization Program is a treatment option for patients who do not require the intensity of inpatient hospitalization, but require more than the traditional outpatient therapy and medication management. The PHP program counsels psychiatric patients, substance abuse patients or co-occurring patients.

Who can make a referral?

Family members, physicians, clinicians, community agencies, ministers, and the judicial system can make referrals. Self-referrals are always welcome.

Programs are designed for individuals who are exhibiting one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Inability to concentrate
  • Wandering or confusion about surroundings
  • Loss of appetite
  • Increased anxiety
  • Relationship crisis
  • Agitation
  • Weight loss
  • Depression, hopelessness, or isolation
  • Use of medication or alcohol leading to dependence (for those with dual diagnosis)
  • Restlessness, disorientation, hyperactivity

How do I get help?

Simply call our admissions office at (352) 592-4306, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and one of our admissions counselors will be glad to discuss our programs and answer your questions.