Adult Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment Programs
Valle Vista Health System offers a number of programs for adults ages 18 to 70 who are experiencing mental health issues.
Whether a patient is experiencing acute symptoms that need immediate inpatient care or they’re looking to “step down” into an outpatient program, we have options to meet the various needs of our patients. We also offer multiple options for adults dealing with substance abuse and addiction issues.
After an initial no-cost assessment, the level of intensity and duration of behavioral health or mental health treatment is determined and varies according to each patient’s needs.
Our Treatment Programs
Whether you need an acute program, PHP program, IOP program or even substance use program, Valle Vista Health System has all of your mental health needs covered.
Acute Adult Inpatient Program
Our adult acute program works to quickly stabilize the most serious symptoms and allow for a transition to less-intensive levels of mental health care.
With stabilization, the main short-term goal, our program is designed to help you or your loved one take positive steps forward and continue through the continuum of care to potentially successful outcomes in the long-term.
Our treatment center is located just south of downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
Learn more about Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Program —>
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Our adult partial hospitalization program for mental health is a full-time day program that takes place five days a week at our treatment facility.
Here, you or your loved one will attend therapies and work on skills that focus on not just your mental health issues, but who you are as a person.
Adult PHP components at Valle Vista include:
Meetings Monday through Friday, typically 9 a.m to 3 p.m., but hours can vary.
Individual therapy, group therapy and family therapy as well as counseling as ordered by the psychiatrist or nurse practitioner.
Learn more about Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) —>
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Adult intensive outpatient treatment from Valle Vista Health System is a part-time day program that takes place a few days throughout the week. Adult intensive outpatient treatment components include:
- Meetings three days a week and evening hours are available
- Group therapy as ordered by the psychiatrist or nurse practitioner
- Family therapy is desired for family member involvement
- Mental Health focused programming has cognitive behavioral focus, which includes personalized care and aftercare plans
An intensive outpatient program for mental health can be beneficial to individuals who require treatment but do not meet the requirements for an inpatient stay.
Learn more about Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) —>
Adult Substance Abuse Treatment
Valle Vista Health System offers inpatient adult substance abuse treatment and adult substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment at our rehab center for alcohol or drugs.
We even offer a specialized program for opioid addiction treatment on an outpatient basis through New Vista Outpatient Recovery Center.
The adult PHP and adult IOP for addiction treatment treats individuals struggling with opioid abuse issues, whether that be from illegal drugs or prescription drugs.
Learn more about New Vista Outpatient Recovery Center (for medication-assisted treatment of opioid use and addiction) —>
We’re here to help
Whether you need an outpatient program for adults, an adult chemical dependency program or a higher level of care such as acute inpatient treatment, Valle Vista Health System is here to help.
Located in Greenwood, Indiana, our treatment team stands ready to help you or your loved one take positive steps forward.
Reach out to us online or call us at 800-447-1348 for a no-cost, confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We also accept appointments and walk-ins.
Help Is Right Here
Our team is available 24/7 to provide a no-cost mental health and/or addiction care assessment for you or a loved one by calling 800-447-1348. For additional details about our programs, call us or use our online contact form. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.