Inpatient Psychiatric Care

Hope and healing for behavioral and mental health conditions

Most people who have behavioral or mental health issues will never need inpatient psychiatric care. But for severe cases, inpatient care allows us to provide comprehensive treatment in a structured setting.

Inpatient assessment

Patients usually enter inpatient psychiatric care after a referral from an emergency room doctor. Occasionally, a psychiatrist or primary care doctor may also refer patients for inpatient treatment. Once you’ve been admitted to inpatient care, a thorough assessment allows us to create a customized treatment plan to meet your specific needs. Learn more about our inpatient assessment process.

Our treatment programs

We offer inpatient psychiatric care programs based on age for adults and children age 5 and older with a referral from a healthcare provider:

Learn more about the conditions we treat and our treatment programs.

Inpatient Assessment
The first step in care is understanding each patient’s condition and the treatments that will help most.
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Pediatric Patients
Michigan families depend on us to provide safe, specialized inpatient psychiatric care for their children and teens.

Support after inpatient care ends

Managing complex behavioral and mental health conditions is an ongoing process that requires a strong support system. Ideally, your loved ones will play an important role in your continuing care at home, as will psychiatric providers on an outpatient basis.

We strongly encourage you to take advantage of resources in our area that provide ongoing education and support for patients and families dealing with mental illness. Learn more about these resources.

About our inpatient care locations

We provide inpatient care at the following locations:

Learn more about each of these locations below:

  • Henry Ford Allegiance Health
    Henry Ford Allegiance Health Behavioral Health Services provides complete psychiatric care for adults and geriatric/older adults, with both partial and full hospitalization options available.

    We have the resources — and the compassion — to help individuals struggling with behavioral health challenges. Our experienced team has extensive training in a variety of specialties. The team includes board-certified psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, licensed social workers, psychologists and mental health therapists.

    Phone: (517) 205-4800
  • Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital
    Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital in Ferndale provides comprehensive inpatient psychiatric treatment. Our psychiatric hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission. Kingswood is one of the few hospitals in the area that provides comprehensive, personalized treatment for adolescents and children. Care is provided in a safe and caring environment on our newly renovated campus.

    Phone: (248) 398-3200
  • Henry Ford Macomb Hospital’s Mt. Clemens campus
    Henry Ford Macomb Hospital’s Mt. Clemens campus offers experienced inpatient care for adults of all ages with behavioral and mental health conditions.

    Our facility is accredited by The Joint Commission. We also are home to Henry Ford’s older adult unit, which is specially designed to provide inpatient psychiatric care to adults 55 and older.

    Phone: (586) 466-9300
  • Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
    Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital’s Behavioral Services department provides complete inpatient care in our adult psychiatric unit. Because of our location within Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, we can treat patients who also have medical conditions that require attention.

    We offer a range of therapies as part of our inpatient psychiatric care, including electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). In addition, we can treat patients with acute psychiatric conditions who also are dealing with addiction (also known as substance-use disorder).

    Phone: (734) 246-9428
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