Montrose Behavioral Health Hospital, located in Chicago, Illinois, is an ideal place to receive all-inclusive care for acute behavioral health concerns.
What We Treat
We offer well-rounded care for people who are suffering from symptoms of any number of mental health disorders. Our programming can address concerns related to bipolar disorder, depression, borderline personality disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), schizophrenia, autism spectrum disorder, and gender dysphoria. We can also treat people who are suffering from psychosis.
Recognizing that there are many times when people are experiencing symptoms of multiple disorders, we are also able to create treatment plans that address symptoms of co-occurring anxiety, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, phobias, and trauma-related concerns, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Additionally, it is important that people who are struggling with suicidal ideation or engaging in self-harming behaviors receive immediate care. The team at our Chicago location is able to deliver age-appropriate treatment in a way that best addresses these sensitive needs.
The multidisciplinary team at Montrose Behavioral Health Hospital includes professionals who are experts in their respective fields. Our behavioral health staff consists of psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, and various other mental health workers.
We also have team members who have received trainings and hold certifications in specific areas of expertise, including art therapists, dietitians, recreational therapists, and professionals who specialize in electroconvulsive therapy.
To make sure that our patients have access to quality medical care, our team also includes registered nurses, medical doctors, and advanced practice nurses.
Our Treatment Center
One thing that makes us unique from other inpatient facilities is that we will provide treatment on two campuses, offering separate settings for children and adults. We currently offer inpatient programming for children and adolescents, with separate units designated for kids age 12 and younger and teens ages 13-17.
In 2023, we will open our adult treatment center, which will provide acute inpatient care for adults age 18 and older. Our adult treatment center will include an older adult unit and an intensive treatment unit. The general adult unit will have three distinct wings where focused programming takes place. This includes one unit for patients who are receiving care for co-occurring mental health and addiction concerns, one specifically for addiction treatment that will include a detox program, and one that will offer programming that is tailored to members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
By offering care at separate locations, we can create treatment settings that are as comfortable as possible for each population.