Riveredge Hospital offers a comprehensive continuum of inpatient and outpatient care for children, adolescents and adults with behavioral health issues. We are also proud to offer the only specialized inpatient behavioral health program for adults with an intellectual or developmental disability in the state. The multidisciplinary teams of mental health professionals provide compassionate, holistic treatment and supervision in a structured environment. Continued ongoing care is provided post-discharge through an enhanced discharge process with bridge appointments, specialized group therapy meetings and wellness checks. Group meetings are each designed to meet the specific needs of a particular patient type and facilitate a successful adjustment back to healthy daily activities.
The program’s goals are to provide structure, education, guidance and support so patients can return to their daily lives as quickly as possible with the tools they need to have healthy productive futures.
Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a therapeutic day treatment program for children and adolescents designed for those who don’t meet the criteria for inpatient care, but would benefit from a structured school environment.
Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP)
A low pressure, bilingual group setting in which patients and families can manage their medication needs in an efficient manner.
We have a wide array of support groups all aimed at meeting the specific needs of a particular patient type, allowing individuals to connect, share, and work towards healthier, more fulfilling daily lives.
Co-Occurring Disorders Program
A therapeutic approach to stabilizing an acute mental health situation if an individual also struggles with addictive disease symptoms.
Intellectual Disability Program
Programming specifically designed for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and offered seven days a week.
Community Residential Center (CRC)
Programming specifically designed for adolescent males ages 16 through 21 with a diagnosis of sexually problematic behaviors.
We cannot provide diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, however, our professional staff is available anytime by calling 708-209-4145. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.