Senior Adult Program
The Senior Adult Program is an intensive outpatient mental health program for adults ages 65 and older who are dealing with depression, anxiety, loss and grief, or other mental health concerns.
Older adults often face age-related challenges that may contribute to mental health issues, including loss of loved ones, physical limitations and illness, social isolation, difficulty adjusting to retirement, and other life changes. Our mission is to provide quality, individualized care to address such concerns while stressing the importance of dignity, respect and confidentiality.
We work with our patients to help them achieve an optimal level of functioning and improve their overall quality of life.
Physicians, healthcare professionals, family members, friends and clergy may refer patients to the program. Self-referrals are also accepted. A free on-site assessment will be scheduled with a staff clinician to discuss treatment options and determine whether the individual meets admission criteria. To schedule a free assessment, please contact us.
Admission will be offered only after a psychiatrist or another licensed physician has determined the patient requires intensive outpatient mental health treatment.
A physician referral is not required to be considered for program admission. However, program staff communicate with each patient's primary care physician during the referral process, through admission evaluation and throughout the course of treatment. We make it a priority to collaborate with the patient's physician and other treatment providers during all aspects of treatment to ensure we meet the patient's individual needs.