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Your passion, inspiration and talents are invaluable to us and our mission to serve others. Our facility can provide a place for you to thrive and continue your professional development.
Quality Healthcare is our passion, improving lives is our reward. We are working to change lives and transform the delivery of healthcare. In this endeavor, we uphold the following values:
Patients are our top priority
We are determined to be responsive and compassionate to the needs of those in our care.
We are dedicated to the highest standards of quality, talent and ethics.
We are committed to meeting the diverse needs of the communities we serve.
Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital offers healthcare, life insurance and disability benefits to help meet the needs of employees and their families. As our employee, you may be eligible to choose from a comprehensive list of benefits and select those that best meet the needs of you and your family. Among the benefits available to eligible employees are:
Insurance & Income Protection
Retirement & Savings
Flexible Spending Accounts
About Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital
Lighthouse Behavioral Health Hospital provides comprehensive, individualized treatment programs for individuals suffering from mental illness, an emotional crisis and/or addiction issues. Our programs provide a highly structured schedule throughout the day. Patients attend therapy and educational groups several times a day, participate in recreational therapy and leisure activity groups, see the physician for medication checks and are allowed time for reflection and keeping a journal. Each morning patients set a daily goal and in the evening report on the achievement of that goal.
With the assistance of the treatment team, each patient develops individual goals focusing on specific issues, which are monitored, reviewed and changed in response to a patient’s progress. The overall goal of the programs is to respond to the individual needs of each patient while bringing about stabilization and reduction of the symptoms that result from having a psychiatric illness or a substance abuse problem, all in a safe and structured environment. Secondary goals are to provide education and guidance in learning basic coping skills and preparing the resident for a successful transition to a lower level of care that maintains a high level of support and allows for increased independence.