NEW PROGRAM OPENING
Monday February 13, 2017
Advancement in Recovery (AIR) Program
Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute’s Advancement in Recovery Program offers private and professional treatment for individuals struggling with Opioid Use Disorder. Our services are located in the privacy and convenience of an outpatient family practice office.
If you are facing the challenges and struggling with opioid use, contact us here »
Penn State Hershey Medical Group – Rose Garden Offices
2626 N. Third Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Many individuals have felt some level of these feelings at different times in their lives, but all of these could be signs of mental illness or a psychiatric disorder. The only way to determine for sure whether you or a loved one may be suffering from a mental disorder is to seek help from a mental health professional.
Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute (PPI) provides behavioral health services to the residents of Central Pennsylvania and surrounding region. We create specialized mental health treatment programs for children and adolescents, adults, and mature adults so that the unique needs of each group can be addressed separately. PPI treats all forms of mental health disorders at our main psychiatric hospital on Third Street in Harrisburg, PA. We also provide outpatient mental health services for adults at our Division Street clinic and outpatient and partial hospitalization treatment for children, adolescents and teens at our Third Street Clinic.
The first step in getting help for a mental problem is to contact our Admissions Department.
Inpatient, Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization programs designed to treat all forms of mental illness, including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, bipolar disorder and addiction.
Offering treatment for children, adolescents and teens with emotional, social or behavioral difficulties, (including Autism, ADD, ADHD, bipolar and mood disorders.)
Addressing the unique issues that affect mature adults (55 and older). All psychiatric disorders including Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease can be treated on an inpatient and outpatient basis, depending on need.