Lakeside offers a wide range of outpatient services to provide an individualized mental care experience for patients and their families.
Crisis intervention is a short-term method to assist patients who have experienced emotional, mental, physical, or behavioral distress from an event or experience. Through intervention, the patient can get immediate help as well as prevention of long-term psychological trauma.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment (Substance abuse and Mental Health)
Dual diagnosis treatment refers to the method of treating and identifying multiple illnesses or addictions that are directly related to one another. This approach can effectively manage both illnesses and provide the patient and provider with a better understanding of each.
Mental Health Assessment
A mental health assessment is the process of gathering behavioral health information about a person. It is the first step in a treatment process and sets the basis for an effective and individualized plan.
A psychiatric evaluation involves gathering information about a person for the purpose of making a psychiatric diagnosis. It is the first step in a treatment process and helps the provider determine the most effective medicine for each patient.
Psychotropic Medication Administration, Monitoring, and Support
Psychotropic medication is a medicine capable of affecting one’s mind, emotions, or behavior. Our providers offer safe and close monitoring as well as treatment of all patients who are prescribed any type of psychotropic medication.
A psychological evaluation is a way of assessing an individual’s behavior and personality to determine the most effective therapy approach for each patient.
Short-term Diagnostic Mental Health Services
Some mental and behavioral illnesses require short-term services and monitoring. Our providers can treat these illnesses and support patients that need close monitoring during treatment.