Red River Hospital is the leading provider of inpatient and outpatient behavioral healthcare in Wichita Falls, TX. Our treatment services & specialized programs address drug and alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental illness.
Integrity, Respect, and Excellence
Red River Hospital’s programs are focused on the evaluation and treatment of individual needs in a safe and structured setting. The goal of treatment is to encourage the highest level of functioning possible while attending to important issues related to each patient’s behavioral health. We truly care about individuals and families who are experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse problems, and each and every one of our staff is dedicated to helping this cause. As a team, we define our mission as one to provide superior comprehensive behavioral healthcare and substance abuse services to the people, communities, and hospitals we serve, keeping three keywords in mind: Integrity, Respect, and Excellence.
Our Levels of Care
Red River Hospital offers the following levels of care:
- Children and adolescent mental health inpatient treatment for youth, ages 5-17
- Adult mental health inpatient treatment
- Adult addiction inpatient treatment
- Adult progressive care inpatient treatment
- Military Heroes Unit for our United States Service Members
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
Our Expert Staff
During their stay at Red River, patients are seen routinely by their attending psychiatrist or practitioner and are monitored 24/7 by a qualified nursing staff and behavioral health technicians. Psychologists, master’s level counselors, licensed professional counselors, and licensed chemical dependency counselors lead daily group therapy sessions, process groups, psycho-educational groups, and family therapy, all while providing thorough and comprehensive individual case management.
Red River’s program operates with a structural therapeutic environment. Daily goals groups, activity therapy groups, and wrap-up groups provide structured opportunities to acquire new coping skills, reinforce those skills, and receive feedback from staff and peers. The multidisciplinary team develops individual treatment plans and coordinates discharge plans for patients to include aftercare services that meet each person’s unique set of needs.