Outpatient Psychiatric Program: Mature Adult

Our Mature Adult Outpatient Program provides short-term mental health treatment to individuals over age 65. Program staff members recognize the profound impact that aging, specifically physical health concerns and memory loss, can have on one’s mental health. The goal of this program is to provide mental health treatment that acknowledges these concerns while effectively treating the mental health condition.

Outpatient Psychiatric Program: Mature Adult

Outpatient treatment is a less restrictive level of care that allows individuals to seek treatment for mental health issues while allowing them to maintain their other life commitments. Those in recovery who have completed an inpatient program can also continue treatment on an outpatient basis.

The Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute (PPI) offers a convenient location for outpatient services at the Third Street Clinic on the Polyclinic campus in Harrisburg.

Our clinics provide a broad range of outpatient consultation, evaluation and treatment interventions for emotional, psychological or cognitive problems. Each person is provided with an initial assessment and an individualized treatment plan.

We offer a range of short and long-term individual therapy as well as group therapy and ongoing medication management as part of an individual’s treatment plan. Outpatient treatment by regularly scheduled appointments may include the following services:

  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Medication management
  • Individual, group and family therapies

Getting Started

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How to Enter a Mental Health Treatment Program

Doctors and health care professionals

To make a referral for a patient who is medically cleared and needs inpatient mental health treatment, please contact the Admissions Department at (717) 782-6493 or (866) 746-2496.

Patients, family members and friends

If anyone other than a doctor is making a referral to one of our treatment programs, please know that a patient must be willing to sign in for voluntary treatment.  To begin the process, contact the Admissions Department at (717) 782-6493 or 866-746-2496.

Be advised that we do not admit walk-in patients at our psychiatric hospital or clinics.