Healing from a mental health concern is an individual process, and not everyone requires the same level of care. Tower Behavioral Health offers multiple treatment options so that we can meet your specific behavioral health needs.
Every person has different life experiences and factors in their life that influence the way a mental health concern impacts them. We offer various levels of care at Tower Behavioral Health to address the diverse needs of each person who comes to us for care.
Depending on your current circumstances, you may take part in:
- Inpatient program: You’ll receive crisis stabilization and round-the-clock monitoring, with the goal of helping you transition to a lower level of care.
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP): This highly structured form of outpatient care offers therapeutic programming several hours a day, multiple days a week.
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT): You can receive case management and advocacy services to help you manage your ongoing mental health needs.
Regardless of the program you take part in, we personalize the care you receive at our Reading, Pennsylvania, facility after completing a detailed assessment of your strengths and challenges. Our expert team works closely with you to identify which level of care will best meet your needs and recovery goals so that you get the care that’s right for you.
The inpatient program at Tower Behavioral Health provides crisis stabilization for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are suffering from severe symptoms of a mental health concern. Our multidisciplinary team offers a high level of support to help you regain control of the symptoms that have kept you from functioning in your day-to-day life.
We empower you to take an active role in your healing process so that you feel confident to continue in a lower level of care. Our expert team will support you round-the-clock as you make progress toward recovery.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Our partial hospitalization program is an ideal option for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are stepping down from our inpatient program, although some people enter directly at the PHP level. Most of the people who receive care in our PHP are struggling with mental health concerns such as depression or anxiety disorders.
This level of care does not require an overnight stay, so you have the flexibility to go home after the treatment day ends. The structured therapy schedule of our PHP helps you gain the skills you need to build a foundation for long-term healing, while the group sessions you’ll take part in offer you opportunities to develop a support network you can take with you long after your time with us.
Assertive Community Treatment
We designed our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program to support adults age 25 and older of all genders who have been struggling with severe, chronic symptoms of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other behavioral health disorders.
The general goal of the ACT program is to ensure that you get connected with the services you need in the environment that’s most appropriate for you. Depending on your specific needs, you may participate in individual and group therapy sessions, take part in structured recreational activities, receive medication deliveries, and get help scheduling and attending medical appointments.
This content was written on behalf of and reviewed by the clinical staff at Tower Behavioral Health.