Adult Inpatient Unit (AIU) – The Adult Inpatient Unit provides 15 residential evaluation and treatment beds for services to involuntarily detained adults suffering acute psychiatric symptoms. Individuals 18 years of age or older who have been involuntarily detained within the PRSN receive evaluation and treatment designed to resolve acute psychiatric episodes and return them to the community and individualized outpatient services. Voluntary inpatient treatment is offered on a space-available basis.
Youth Inpatient Unit (YIU) – The Youth Inpatient Unit is a 10-bed inpatient facility for evaluation and short-term treatment of children and youth (8 to 17 years old) who suffer severe emotional disturbances who are not appropriate for less restrictive treatment. Priority consideration for services is given to residents of the Peninsula Regional Support Network. The youth may enter services as a voluntary client or be detained under the Involuntary Treatment Act. The YIU is philosophically directed toward returning the youth to the community as soon as possible to finish treatment in an outpatient setting. The YIU is accessed through the Crisis Response Team. Additionally, the YIU coordinates with the Crisis Response Team and Child and Family programs to provide access to the Children's Crisis Stabilization Room in emergency or crisis situations.