The Arroyos Treatment Centers provides hope and support for you or a loved one as you cope with a psychological disorder or a drug or alcohol abuse problem. Thank you for visiting us and we encourage you to explore this site to find those programs and services that best fit your needs.
If you would like to see a doctor or a therapist for individual therapy, family or couples therapy, group therapy, or medical medication management, please call us to learn more about our Outpatient Therapy Program.
Our clinical professionals are experts in treating depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, chemical dependency, dual diagnosis, OCD, psychotic disorders, ADHD, personality disorders, and most other adult and adolescent disorders. If you or your loved one is experiencing legal problems as a result of a mental disorder or a drug or alcohol disorder, you can make an appointment to explore our forensic psychological services including our alternative sentencing services. To learn more about our Outpatient Therapy Program, click here.
If you or your loved one is experiencing psychiatric or drug and alcohol symptoms significant enough to interfere with daily functioning, please call us to learn more about our Day Treatment Program.
The Day Treatment Program is designed for patients who typically live in transitional living or with family. Patients work to stabilize their symptoms and develop skills to live independently, return to work or school, and make satisfying relationships. The program is held all day from Monday through Friday and has Psychiatric, Dual Diagnosis, and Chemical Dependency Tracks. Our patients attend groups, see one of our therapists three times a week, and meet with our psychiatrist weekly. To learn more about our Day Treatment Program, click here
If you or your loved one would benefit from a living in a structured sober living environment, please call us to learn more about Transitional Living Center.
The Arroyos Transitional Living Center is a six bed home is a beautiful residential community in Pasadena. Resident Managers live at the facility and oversee the house operations. The facility is ideal for residents who have a primary psychiatric condition as well as a co-occurring chemical dependency condition. To learn more about The Arroyos Transitional Living Center, click here.
If you or your loved one needs a morning group support program while stabilizing from an acute episode of psychiatric or drug and alcohol symptoms, please call us to learn more about our Intensive Outpatient Program.
The Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for patients who are often living independently in their own apartments, dorms, homes, or sober living housing. Patients work to manage mild to moderate symptoms while resuming their primary school, work, or homemaking activities. To learn more about The Arroyos Intensive Outpatient Program, click here.
If you or your loved one is experiencing psychiatric or drug or alcohol related symptoms that are severe enough that may be best treated in a hospital setting, please call us to learn more about our Hospital Treatment Program.
We are able to offer psychiatric hospital care in adult, adolescent, child, and gerontology units. We are able to provide inpatient medical drug and alcohol detox. We are also able to hospitalize and provide psychological services to patients who have serious medical conditions. In some cases, it becomes necessary for some of our doctors to write a hold (5150) to place a patient into one of our hospitals on an involuntary basis if they are a danger to themselves, others, or are unable to formulate a plan for self-care. We are also able to provide private LPS conservatorship evaluations for chronically mentally ill patients who meet specific criteria in certain circumstances.
If you or your loved one would benefit from occasional assistance from a one-on-one companion, please contact us to learn more about our Companion Care Program.
We offer three types of companion services: Personal Companions, Activity Coaches, and Monitoring Services. Our Personal Companions provide nonmedical individual assistance for patients in their place of residence. Our Activity Coaches provides accompany patients who need assistance when going into the community to shop, exercise, or engage in other daily activities. Our Monitors routinely at the patient’s home to make sure that they are medication compliant, drug and alcohol free, and that they are maintaining a healthy and clean living environment. To learn more about The Arroyos Companion Care Program, click here.