Inpatient care is designed to stabilize patients as quickly as possible and return them to an improved level of functioning. Our integrated treatment team includes psychiatrists, internists, registered nurses, case managers/social workers, dieticians, activity therapists and ancillary nursing staff who work closely with each patient to formulate treatment goals and assess progress in meeting such goals.
Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital provides inpatient care for adolescents ages 12 through 17 whose acute symptoms require a safe and therapeutic environment. Our team of adolescent specialists recognize and understand the unique needs of adolescent patients dealing with emotional and psychological disorders. The goal of our adolescent program is to provide stabilization of immediate concerns within a safe and structured environment.
The Partial Hospitalization Program, or PHP, is a comprehensive outpatient program that provides support and treatment for adults facing emotional or mental difficulties. Our program offers all of the programming features of inpatient care, but without the overnight hospital stay. The structured format provides physician oversight, plus therapeutic groups and activities. Since PHP participants return home in the evenings, they are able to maintain important links to their family and to their community.
The Intensive Outpatient Program, or IOP, is designed to provide a concentrated, time-limited, comprehensive therapeutic environment for the treatment of mental health and substance abuse issues. Our IOP group therapy is designed for those seeking tools and principles of recovery either as a step down from an inpatient or partial hospitalization setting, or simply someone needing treatment and support.
Having a sense of power and control over our actions and future is known as self-efficacy and is clearly linked to possessing a sense of self-worth and self-esteem.
Stanford University and Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital researchers are meeting with families affected by the wildfires in Northern California. We want to hear your stories and learn more about how we can help.