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Our inpatient services can provide stabilization and therapy to those suffering from psychiatric disorders, depression, substance abuse or behavioral problems. Learn more about our programs below.

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Adult Psychology

Our adult psychiatric program provides short-term inpatient care. Individuals coping with anxiety, mood disorders, chemical dependency, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and serious personality disorders can receive stabilization and treatment. We are able to accommodate both voluntary and involuntary admissions.

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Chemical Dependancy

PIW provides an inpatient detoxification program to help rehabilitate people from drug and alcohol addiction. Our detox program is medically supervised and addresses a patient’s medical and psychiatric condition.

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Youth Services

PIW’s Youth Program specializes in the evaluation and intensive treatment of children ages 10 through 17 who suffer from developmental and/or psychiatric illnesses. Each child has an individualized treatment plan designed for him or her which includes medical, psychological, developmental, educational, social and family assessments. Psychotherapy, education sessions and support groups involve parents and other family members in the therapeutic process.

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Adult Trauma

The Day Center is PIW’s home for specialized care of trauma and stress-related disorders. The Day Center offers short-term directed treatment for adults who exhibit acute symptoms associated with post-traumatic and dissociative disorders and other trauma-based conditions. The Day Center uses a nationally respected model for the treatment of adults with post-traumatic syndromes and provides rapid stabilization and essential training in self management skills.

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Psychiatric Institute of Washington

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