Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) for Adults with Mental Health Needs
About Casa Vallejo
Located in Vallejo, California, Casa Vallejo is a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Program that supports adults recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Unlike programs that are held in a psychiatric unit or hospital-like facility, Casa Vallejo provides a safe, home-like environment that supports individuals in their recovery. During their stay, individuals participate in highly structured program and work with a team of specialists who help them resolve the behavioral or emotional issues associated with their crisis and provide the tools necessary to help them work through future challenges and re-integrate back in to the community.
What We Treat
Casa Vallejo specializes in treating the following disorders:
- Anxiety & Panic Disorder
- Biopolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Dual Diagnosed Substance Use and Psychiatric Disorders
Multiple Insurance Carriers Accepted
What Does Casa Vallejo
Have to Offer?
- Short-term intensive mental health treatment (length of stay is flexible and based on medical necessity).
- Private bedrooms in a large, beautiful, 9-bed co-ed facility.
- An expert Treatment Team that consists of Mental Health Clinicians, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Mental Health Rehabilitation Workers, and a Nurse Practitioner.
- 24/7 Nursing Staff
- Evidence-based treatment practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, WRAP, Mindfulness Based Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.
- Comprehensive assessment, psychiatric evaluation, individual, group, and family therapy, and psycho-education.
- Care that focuses on stabilizing clients, reducing their psychiatric symptoms and related conditions (lack of sleep, dietary changes, etc.) and transitioning them into the most appropriate level of care upon discharge.
- An increased understanding of the role of medication, including its therapeutic benefits, side effects, and self-management.
- Discharge planning, including identification and engagement in outpatient treatment and other support services.