Dignity Health is an expansive, CARF-accredited organization with locations in 21 different states across the country. The company was founded in 1986 and is one of the broadest healthcare providers in the country and the biggest hospital provider in California specifically. Among its California facilities is Dignity Health’s Northridge Hospital, a diverse behavioral health hospital. In addition to its flexible outpatient programs, it also provides acute inpatient care as well.
Accommodations and Food
All told, the Northridge Hospital facility has a total of 409 beds in both private and shared rooms. Though each room may vary somewhat, the accommodations are generally clinical. Rooms come with twin beds and storage space. In addition to the bedrooms, the facility also has therapy rooms, common areas with cable TV and an on-site cafeteria. Throughout their stay, residents are served three meals a day.
Treatment and Staff
Before beginning a program, all clients go through an initial intake and assessment process to help staff members place them in an appropriate program. Because Northridge Hospital is a fully-outfitted medical facility, those in need of medical detox services can do so on-site as part of inpatient care whenever necessary. While the specific lengths of each program may vary, inpatient stays are typically for acute clients and are designed to help residents transition into outpatient care. As such, they are generally short-term, lasting up to several weeks.
Though specific modalities may vary, all clients attend both individual and group therapy rooted in evidence-based practices such as CBT, DBT or Motivational Interviewing (MI). Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available for those transitioning out of detox as are medication management services for those with co-occurring disorders. Groups cover a number of topics including addiction as a disease, anger management, emotional processing and trauma support. While 12-step participation is not always required, it may be encouraged on a case-by-case basis.
The staff at Dignity Health Northridge Hospital consists of MDs, RNs, psychologists, psychiatrists, LMHCs and additional Master’s and PhD-level clinicians.
Additional services include specialized programs for adolescents and seniors. Crisis intervention services are also available. For those who complete the acute inpatient program, the organization also offers Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) as stepped down aftercare options. As a fully-equipped hospital, the organization also offers a full continuum of primary medical healthcare services as well. In addition to its Northridge location, Dignity Health also runs California hospitals in San Bernardino, Glendale, Long Beach and Inland Empire.
In all, Dignity Health Northridge Hospital is a well-equipped medical and psychiatric offering a full continuum of care for clients struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. Treatment includes individual and group therapy with evidence-based practices, medical and psychiatric oversight and discharge planning services. While the cost of these programs may vary by insurance, Dignity Health Northridge Hospital’s inpatient options remain a strong resource for those in the area.
Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Location
18300 Roscoe Blvd
Northridge, CA 91328
Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Cost
Varies by insurance and program specifics. Reach Dignity Health Northridge Hospital by phone at (818) 885-8500. Find Dignity Health Northridge Hospital on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest
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