EIRMC's Teton Peaks Residential Treatment Center is a facility that provides high-quality mental and behavioral treatment for girls age 12 to 17, who are mentally, emotionally, or behaviorally impaired to the degree that they require long-term treatment in a secure environment.
Our goal of treatment at the BHC is to help each person achieve her maximum level of wellness, happiness, and personal potential. Our patients are provided with personal and compassionate care by a staff of specialists. Our experts include psychiatrists, psychologists, trained psychiatric technicians, nurses, counselors, dietitians, social workers, case managers, and recreation therapists. We work as a team to help patients and their families overcome their problems.
The BHC is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and by Medicare.
Teton Peaks treats adolescents who experience:
- Mental illness
- Trauma/abuse issues
- Anxiety disorders
- Attention disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Emotional and behavioral issues
- Substance abuse issues
- Family crises
- Difficulties in their school environment
Adolescents troubled with severe sexual disorders, moderate to severe mental retardation, fire starting, predatory behavior and who have a primary diagnosis of Conduct Disorder may not qualify for treatment.