Inpatient Treatment

Voyages Behavioral Health of Thousand Oaks offers acute inpatient stabilization and treatment with an intensive treatment program provided in a safe and secure hospital setting. Our inpatient services include 24-hour nursing care and daily provider visits that are not available on an outpatient basis. We CARE about each patient, developing an individualized treatment plan with a multi-disciplinary treatment team to assist each patient on his or her voyage to wellness.

Med-CARE Inpatient Program

Our team specializes in treating the behavioral health needs of patients with medically complex challenges. We recognize that patients facing medical challenges are still in need of quality mental health services and have built a foundation of competency to coordinate care of both medical and mental health needs.

Voyages of Thousand Oaks will offer unique programming, providing two-levels of medical complexity.

Med-CARE Acute will focus primarily on treating the medical challenges of our psychiatric patients while initiating psychiatric care. This provides patients the opportunity to discharge from a medical facility earlier and begin psychiatric faster. Once the primary medical challenge is stabilized, patients can transfer to Med-CARE Psych. Here, patients will continue to work on mental health challenges, increasing therapeutic interventions while our medical team continues to care for any ongoing medical issues. Our interdisciplinary team will be able to address needs for oxygen, catheters, tracheotomy care, intravenous antibiotics, specialized medical equipment, physical therapy, and other coordinating medical issues.

Senior-CARE Inpatient Program

Seniors face unique mental health and medical challenges and our team is skilled in caring for older adults. Voyages of Thousand Oaks Senior-CARE program provides a healing environment with therapeutic groups geared specifically toward the unique challenges which older adults face. With a geriatrician on-staff, our medical and behavioral teams have decades of experience assisting seniors on the path to healing.

Over 20% of older adults suffer from a mental or neurological disorder with the most common disorders being dementia and depression. Our team has developed programming specifically for seniors to address risk factors for mental health problems such as life stressors, loss of capacity, decline in functioning ability, grief and anxiety, bereavement, loneliness, in addition to substance abuse problems.