Inpatient Mental Health Care for Children, Adolescents and Adults in Buffalo, NY
BryLin operates an (88) bed Inpatient Acute Care Psychiatric Hospital, in Buffalo NY, where care is provided for children, as young as six years of age, adolescents, and adults.
Child & Adolescent Program
On our Child and Adolescent Unit, age specific treatment is provided in a safe, supportive, and structured environment for kids who are experiencing acute emotional and behavioral disorders.
- Compassionate care that is individualized based on patient strengths.
- Behavior modification
- Group therapy, focusing on skill building, based on the physical and social needs of the patient.
- Alternative Treatment Options, including Yoga, Drumming, Pet Therapy, and more.
- Individual counseling.
- Specialized Programming geared towards the developmental age and needs of the child, which include:
- Recreation and play therapy
- Expressive therapies such as:
- Art therapy
- Music therapy
- Academic needs are individually assessed while daily programming is provided by our Educational Coordinator, a New York State certified teacher.
Our Adult Psychiatric Program provides comprehensive assessment, crisis stabilization and intensive treatment for adults experiencing acute emotional and mental disorders. The program provides treatment for persons 18 years of age and older. Treatment is person/family centered, trauma sensitive and multidisciplinary in approach and includes many aspects of an individual’s life.
- Comprehensive psychiatric and medical assessment
- Medication management
- Diverse therapeutic treatment, including:
- Individual and specialized group therapies
- Women’s & Men’s Programming
- Holistic Treatment Options (Yoga, Massage, Tai-Chi, Drumming, pastoral care & more)
- Dual Diagnosis/MICA Treatment (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted)
- Recreational activities, art therapy, a variety of educational groups, and more.
For any questions related to inpatient hospitalization, please call (716) 886-8200 ext. 2264.
Inpatient and Ambulatory Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
ECT is an approved medical procedure that is endorsed as a safe and effective treatment by: the National Mental Health Association, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the U.S. Surgeon General, and the American Psychiatric Association. Although ECT has been marred by misconceptions, it’s recognized as the most effective and rapidly acting treatment that we have today for severe depression and other conditions.
ECT is performed in a controlled medical setting, under anesthesia, to achieve the most therapeutic benefit with the fewest possible risks.
For more information, call the ECT Department today at (716) 886-8200 ext. 2219.