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Sub-Acute Care

Sub-acute residential program offers psychiatric stabilization services in order to prevent hospitalization or as a transition after hospitalization. Day nursing and psychiatric care, symptom stabilization, life skills training, medication education and case management are among the services offered. Length of stay varies based on individual needs with a maximum of one year.

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