Red Rock Behavioral Health Hospital, a stand-alone facility managed and staffed by Montevista Hospital, is committed to providing quality treatment and psychiatric care to senior patients within our community. Our goal is to maintain and improve the quality of life for each patient as well as enhance the patient’s self-respect and dignity. The hospital is licensed by the state of Nevada and is Joint Commission Accredited.
Red Rock Behavioral Hospital
5975 W Twain Ave,
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Facility Phone: 702-214-8099
Our hospital is open seven days a week, 24 hours per day. Level of Care Assessments are available by appointment and conducted by our master’s prepared clinicians or psychiatric nurses, free of charge.
- Comprehensive psychiatric, medical, psychosocial and nursing evaluation.
- Individualized treatment plan.
- Individual, group and family therapy.
- Family Participation, including education and therapy.
- Coping and life skills training.
- Activity therapy groups.
- Therapeutic exercise/stress reduction.
- Medication management/education.
- Individualized continuing care plan for discharged patients and their families.
- Trauma Resolution Therapy
HOPE AND DIRECTION
Red Rock Behavioral Health Hospital is designed to diagnose and treat the complex problems of older adults. In our program, each patient has a treatment team of medical and clinical professionals. They work together to pinpoint the nature of the problem and help the patient and their family begin the recovery process.
Initial Assessment: An assessment is performed by a Mental Health Professional to assist in determining treatment needs, including referral when appropriate.
Diagnosis: A comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s physical, mental and emotional condition forms the basis for diagnosis and treatment planning.
We place great value on family involvement in the treatment process. Participation in community support groups is also encouraged.
Utilizing both group and individual sessions the program focuses on the stressful issues associated with aging. Issues include, but are not limited to grief, loneliness, coping with illness or physical disability, changing roles and status, death and dying and conflicts with adult children.