The Adult Mental Health Inpatient Program at Seton Shoal Creek Hospital provides diagnostic and treatment services for individuals who are in acute crisis due to mental illness, mood disorders, emotional distress, or destructive behavior patterns, or for those experiencing difficult life transitions or problems coping with daily life. The program is designed to stabilize patients who require a more controlled environment for healing and growth and facilitates a return to daily routines.
Our team of experts, along with patients and their families, determines a treatment plan. The team includes an independent psychiatrist, a nurse, and a licensed social worker — all dedicated to patient health. After stabilization patients may choose from a variety of outpatient treatment programs to help them continue their healing. For more information on our inpatient programs, please call us at 512-324-2039 or contact us online.
Our Adult Mental Health Inpatient Program includes:
- Crisis stabilization with medication management
- Medical evaluation
- Treatment planning
- Insight oriented group therapy
- Individual therapy as required by treatment plan
- 24-hour staff presence
- Discharge planning and aftercare
Do you, or does someone you know, need to be assessed for possible inpatient admission to Seton Shoal Creek Hospital?
If you or a loved one is in crisis, please contact your outpatient healthcare provider. An outpatient healthcare provider can help facilitate admission to Shoal Creek Hospital’s inpatient service more quickly.
Request that your outpatient provider call Seton Shoal Creek Admissions at 512-324-2029 and select option 3.
If you do not have an outpatient provider or do not have a physician order for inpatient admission, please visit the Psychiatric Emergency Department on the campus of University Medical Center Brackenridge at 601 E. 15th Street, Austin, Texas 78701 (get directions) or visit Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) at 56 East Ave., Austin, Texas, 78701 (get directions).
In the event of an emergency, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.