Inpatient treatment is provided by mental health specialists and health professionals in a teen mental hospital or inpatient treatment program 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your kid is looked after in a safe environment. Children (from preschool to roughly the age of 12) and teenagers are usually separated in hospitals (12 to 18). Adults who are mentally ill are often kept separate from both sections.
If your kid or teen is a risk to himself or others, or if alternative types of care are not accessible or would not actually work for your teen, he may need inpatient treatment.
If the guardian or parent agrees, inpatient psychiatric therapy may be voluntary. If a mental health specialist certifies that your teen or child needs treatment, the court may order it.
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