Inpatient Mental Health Treatment
At Cedar Hills, the foundation of our approach is individualized treatment that improves every aspect of our patients’ lives. Our inpatient programs are designed to help you start living the life you want.
Cedar Hills Hospital is a specialty hospital. We offer one-of-a-kind inpatient behavioral and mental health treatment you cannot find anywhere else in Oregon or southwest Washington. The specialty approach is what makes us different. We offer programs for patients experiencing similar issues.
If you or a loved one is struggling with a crisis, call us at (503) 944-5000. We are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to discuss your concerns and answer your questions.
Our Inpatient Programs
A 10-bed unit serving patients with acute psychiatric symptoms. The goal of our Crisis Stabilization is program brief symptom stabilization, after which patients may be transferred to one of our longer-term units for further stabilization and care. Treatment on the Crisis Stabilization unit sometimes occurs on an involuntary basis, if patients are deemed dangerous to themselves or to others.
Treatment on our Mental Health unit is indicated for people experiencing severe mental illness that impacts their ability to function independently and safely. Symptoms treated include depression, anxiety, and psychosis. Length of stay is typically longer than on our Crisis Stabilization unit. Twenty-four-hour supervision is provided in a safe and supportive environment. Patients are offered group and milieu therapy in a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities. Patients also receive psychopharmacology under the care of a physician, who leads an interdisciplinary team of highly trained clinicians.
This abstinence based program provides patients with a treatment protocol to break the cycle of dependency on alcohol, stimulants, opiates, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, methadone and any other addictive substance. Evidence-based group therapy is offered throughout the patient’s stay, along with appropriate pharmacological treatments.
Our Behavioral Pain Management Program
provides a supportive environment for patients with both chronic pain and dependency on narcotic medications, alcohol, and/or illicit drugs. This program’s goal is to teach new coping skills as well as provide supportive, holistic treatment to manage pain on a long-term basis. Patients receive evidence-based group therapy throughout their stay along with appropriate pharmacological treatment.
The Military Program
offers a distinctive environment for the specialized military lifestyle; providing a safe space for active-duty service members to process PTSD, combat related trauma and address addiction and dependency on alcohol and drugs.
Our Women’s Program
provides a safe atmosphere for women with trauma history. We address mental health issues and help women overcome addictive behaviors to begin their journey toward healing.
Supportive Holistic Therapy
A variety of therapy services such as acupuncture, massage, yoga, and recreational therapy are provided throughout the course of treatment. These alternative therapies are offered as an adjunct to our various psychotherapy programs.