It is the goal of Adult Services to provide a safe and healing environment in which all people are treated with dignity and respect. It is our purpose to assist patients to reach their potential, through individualized treatment with an aim toward their return to the community. A high value is placed on meeting the needs of each patient in a humanistic, caring, and professional way.
Adult Services is comprised of six adult treatment units, respectively Northwest, Northeast, Southeast, Legacy, Mountain View and ARTC. The units are located in the Lucy Beth Rampton Building. Northwest, Northeast, Southeast, and Legacy each provide care for a total of 30 men and women and utilize several areas designed for patient comfort and interests. These areas include large outdoor courtyards, cooking areas, craft rooms, occupational therapy areas, and day rooms complete with televisions, and stereos. The Lucy Beth Rampton Building - Rampton I was opened in 1994 and Rampton II was opened in 2002. Both areas were designed to provide a bright and open atmosphere.
ARTC - Acute Rehabilitation Treatment Center - is a 5 bed adult psychiatric unit for men and women who are acutely ill and require a short period of inpatient hospitalization to stabilize and then return to the community. The ARTC Unit provides acute beds for the rural community mental health centers who do not have inpatient psychiatric beds in their communities.