Residential Treatment

Psychiatric Residential Treatment Program

Lake Bridge Game RoomPsychiatric Inpatient Residential treatment is a specialized, extended length of stay program for children, adolescents, and young adults, ages 5 – 21, who need a longer, more stable therapeutic environment to achieve success in managing their behavior with the aid of medication management and CBT therapy. Each patient and parent works closely with a licensed master level therapist to achieve treatment plan goals with individual sessions held weekly with a licensed psychiatrist.

One feature that separates Lake Bridge from other mental hospitals in Georgia is its onsite, accredited public school, Lake Bridge Academy, for grades K-12, where all students in the residential program earn online school credits for completed coursework. Low student to teacher ratios allow rapid recovery for students behind academically and honor students have opportunity to flourish in a nurturing, academic environment. All teachers at Lake Bridge Academy are licensed and certified in the state of Georgia.

Programming is divided by age and gender in residential treatment. Visitation is held every Saturday from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Lake Bridge Hospital accepts most private insurance, including TRICARE®, and managed Medicaid for all treatment programs. Straight Medicaid insurance is accepted for the residential program.