An inpatient facility for mental health is a specialized healthcare facility that provides 24-hour care.
Inpatient mental health facilities offer a supportive environment to help those suffering from extreme Grief stabilize and manage their symptoms in a safe and controlled setting.
They provide services like medical and psychiatric evaluation and diagnosis, medication management, individual and group therapy, family therapy, and interventions tailored to a person's needs.
These facilities often have a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, including psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and other mental health specialists, who work collaboratively to provide comprehensive and individualized care.
This is in contrast to an Outpatient Facility where treatment occurs outside of a medical facility such as a community clinic, school, or private practice; patients continue to live at home.