High-Quality, Individualized Psychiatric Treatment for Adults
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Mental Health Treatment at Pasadena Villa
Clinical Outcomes that Outpace the Industry
In 2021, our clients experienced:
The Social Integration Model™ Difference
Levels of Care
Autism Care & Support
The Care Through Culinary™ Difference
Nutrition: A Vital Part of Treatment
Food is often an overlooked component of residential psychiatric treatment. However, we’ve found that serving high-quality, thoughtfully prepared, fresh, and nutritious food has a direct impact on how clients approach their treatment. Nourishing the mind and body is part of our whole-person approach to psychiatric care as it helps accelerate each person’s path towards recovery.
Entering a mental health treatment center can be scary when clients are away from home and the people, things, and foods that are familiar. A gesture like someone asking about a client’s favorite meal and then cooking it for them on their first night can make them feel accepted and welcome.
Care Through Culinary™: Helping Our Client Progress In Their Recoveries
What Our Clients, Their Families, and Clinical Partners Are Saying
Frequently Asked Questions
Pasadena Villa offers a variety of payment methods that vary by location, including in-network, out-of-network, and private pay. We do not participate in Medicaid, Medicare, or Tricare programs. We can work in cooperation with certain insurance companies on an out-of-network basis to offset mental health treatment costs and utilize benefits that may be available to clients. We can also run a verification of benefits to let each client know what their financial obligation would be depending on their specific plan. It’s important to note that coverage may vary by insurance policy or provider. For additional details, please visit our Admissions page or contact our compassionate Admissions Team who can help walk you through your options for paying for treatment.
An individual’s stay at Pasadena Villa can’t be predicted as it’s based on how well each client responds to medications and therapy. With that said, we don’t run a 90-day, year-long, or any other predetermined length of stay for an individualized program. The length of stay is based on progress, as defined by the client’s treatment team, consisting of the client, the client’s family, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, nurses, and the other supporting professionals at Pasadena Villa.
For most clients, their stays average from three to four months of intensive residential care. This is typically followed by about six to nine months of supervised living in a step-down setting at one of our several levels of community housing.