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SUTTER CENTER FOR PSYCHIATRY
 
 
7700 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826

 

The 69 bed facility provides inpatient and outpatient psychiatric, mental health and chemical dependency services to children, adolescents and adults.

 

Main Number TELEPHONE (916) 386-3000 or  TELEPHONE (800) 801-3077

Sutter Center for Psychiatry Call Center  TELEPHONE (916) 386-3077

 

 

Sutter Counseling Center  855 Howe Avenue, #1  TELEPHONE (916) 929-0808

  • Sutter EAP  8001 Folsom Blvd., #110   TELEPHONE (916) 381-2327

Adult Inpatient Services

The adult inpatient program is designed to help the individual resolve the immediate crisis, begin to develop trust, enhance self-confidence and learn new skills for dealing with problems.

 

The structured environment, combined with caring, encouragement and support provides the stable and positive atmosphere needed for continued psychological and emotional growth.

 

Comprehensive services are available to all adult patients.

 

· Case Management

 

· Discharge Planning and Placement Assistance

 

· Family Therapy, Education and Support

 

· Individual and Group Therapy · Spiritual Therapy Group

 

· Medical Evaluation · Recreational Therapy

 

· Psychological Testing

 

· Specialized Health Education

 

 

Child & Adolescent Inpatient
The child program, ages 5-12, focuses on developmental issues of school and family problems. Frequently, hyperactivity and depression are the presenting problems.

 

The adolescent program, ages 13-17, emphasizes issues dealing with identity, often presenting with depression, substance abuse and/or aggressive behavior.

 

The warm, nurturing environment, combined with consistent limit setting and a behavioral modification program, provide the stable and positive atmosphere needed for continued psychological and emotional growth for children of all ages.

 

Because school is often a major portion of a young person s world, it is one emphasis of the inpatient program. An educational assessment is completed and a plan is developed to ensure the most appropriate interventions to maintain and foster academic progress.

 

· Care Coordination

· Discharge Planning

· Family Therapy, Education and Support

· Individual and Group Therapy

· Medical Evaluation

· Recreational Therapy · Primary & Intermediate Education

· Psychological and Educational Testing