Our Residential Mental Health Services

SeaView’s Adult Mental Health Residential Program offers the support and structure of residential treatment for adults with mental illness who do not need hospitalization.

Our services are designed to provide adults with the psychiatric help they need to improve their mental health and move back into the community.

Short and Long-Term Mental Health Care

SeaView’s residential mental health treatment program provides short and long-term mental health services for adults with psychiatric conditions including schizophrenia, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The program is designed for persons age 18 and older with serious mental illness, including individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders or developmental disabilities.

Our residential treatment program can help adults with mental illness to transition from inpatient hospitalization to a more independent living situation, or it can function as an alternative to inpatient mental health care. Our program serves a broad spectrum of clients, with their ages and severity of illness differing widely. Residential treatment at SeaView represents a cost-efficient and clinically effective alternative to hospitalization that can lead to new possibilities for mental health treatment and recovery.