Adult Acute Inpatient Treatment Center in Chicago

Opening in 2023, Montrose Behavioral Health Hospital, located in Chicago, Illinois, will be a leading choice for inpatient behavioral health programming for adults age 18 and older. 

Who We Treat

Beginning in 2023, individuals age 18 and older who are struggling with mental health or addiction concerns will be able to receive clinically excellent care in Montrose Behavioral Health Hospital’s adult inpatient program. Our programming will address symptoms of a number of behavioral health disorders, including: 

  • Depression 
  • Bipolar disorder 
  • Borderline personality disorder 
  • Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) 
  • Schizophrenia 
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) 
  • Gender dysphoria 

We will also provide acute care for patients who are in a state of psychosis and will offer programming for individuals who have autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, our team will be able to help patients who are suffering from co-occurring concerns, including the following: 

  • Anxiety disorders 
  • Eating disorders 
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) 
  • Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) 
  • Phobias 
  • Panic disorder 
  • Suicidal ideation 
  • Self-harming behaviors 

Patients who are battling addictions to substances like alcohol, opioids, and cocaine will have the ability to receive specialized treatment in our chemical dependency program. 

Why Choose Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient treatment is short-term in nature and is an ideal option for patients who need immediate help for acute symptoms or are in a state of crisis. A person’s stay in our general inpatient mental health program will typically last five to seven days. Those who receive care in our addiction program will normally stay for three to five days. However, the exact length of time a patient will spend in our inpatient program can vary depending on their needs. 

While in our inpatient program, patients will have the opportunity to receive a number of different services. Depending on their individualized treatment plan, patients may engage in group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy.  

Our multidisciplinary team of professionals includes licensed clinical professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, psychiatrists, recreational therapists, art therapists, dietitians, and clinicians who specialize in electroconvulsive therapy. When needed, patients can also receive medication management services and medical care, which will be provided by registered nurses, medical doctors, and advanced practice nurses. 

Everyone on the team at Montrose Behavioral Health Hospital has an unwavering dedication to meeting the needs of patients in a way that helps them feel encouraged and supported as they work through the treatment process. 

Admissions

Our admissions department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Patients can call us directly to schedule an intake appointment, or they can walk in at whatever time is convenient for them. We also partner with a number of professionals, including outpatient providers and other inpatient hospitals, who can provide referrals. 

After you have received an intake assessment, our admissions team will contact the on-call psychiatrist to get an order for admission. We will then guide you through a comprehensive evaluation and have you participate in a safety assessment to make sure that our program can offer the specific care you need. 

We understand that the registration process can seem overwhelming, so our team makes every effort to keep it as simple and straightforward as possible. We will work with your insurance company to determine your coverage, or we will work with you to sort out alternative arrangements.  

At the time that you receive all the necessary paperwork, our team will walk you through what you can expect during your time in our care.  

If you have any questions about our adult inpatient program, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Marks of Quality Care
Why does this matter?
  • The Jason Foundation
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval
  • and more