The Pavilion Behavioral Health System offers acute inpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization and addiction treatment services for adolescents ages 12 through 17. Our programs are led by an interdisciplinary treatment team in a positive, stable environment and focus on a progressive, comprehensive approach to care.
Our inpatient hospitalization services serve as short-term crisis stabilization for our adolescent patients. The hospital stay generally lasts about 10 –14 days, during which we develop a plan for outpatient support. Our goal is to enable our adolescent patients to get the acute care they need, then give them the tools and support to continue their healing process after discharge.
When an adolescent is hospitalized, it is important that their parent or guardian participate in their treatment on a regular basis. Family involvement plays a crucial role in healing and helps ensure that each patient gets the best possible care. We welcome concerns or feedback about our adolescent hospitalization program through our Patient Advocate Line at 217-373-1744.
Adolescent patients can receive outpatient support through our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP), providing ongoing treatment and therapy to address long-term needs. This program may include working with psychiatrists, therapists, school social workers, Screening, Assessment and Support Services (SASS), or others.
The Pavilion’s Residential Treatment Center provides long-term treatment for youth ages 10 – 18 who are facing severe and chronic psychiatric disorders. With three 10-bed units, residential treatment offers specific behavioral plans in a small group setting and gives patients an opportunity to get the support they need in a less restrictive environment.
The Pavilion Behavioral Health System’s professional staff are ready to help find the best treatment options for you or a loved one. Call 800-373-1700 for a no-cost, confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.