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Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Health Services

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At Pinnacle, we strive to meet families no matter where they are or what they are facing with a promise to provide a compassionate, hope-filled environment, and tools to equip them to handle the problems they are facing.

Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers acute inpatient and residential treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17. 

Acute inpatient treatment is advised after an assessment is completed and our psychiatrist concludes that the patient’s condition cannot be safely or effectively treated on an outpatient basis. The program is a comprehensive therapeutic, intensive treatment led by a team of highly experienced mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, case managers, clinical therapists, certified teachers, registered nurses and recreational therapists. 

Residential inpatient treatment may be indicated in our facility for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17 with longstanding emotional and behavioral health issues. Our physician-led residential treatment program addresses children’s entire well being, including medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs. The residential treatment program provides a variety of therapies and activities in a safe, comfortable environment.

Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Health care also includes statewide services provided by Pinnacle Pointe Outpatient Behavioral Health. The services provided include intensive outpatient, school-based, outpatient and an Alternative Learning Center. Outpatient services include individual, family and group therapy, medication management, case management and psychological testing.

Outpatient and/or school-based services provided in the following communities:Batesville, Benton/Bryant, Cabot, Clinton, Conway, Fordyce, Forrest City, Harmony Grove, Greater Hot Springs, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Searcy, Sheridan and Stuttgart.

Families should talk openly about concerns or behavioral changes they observe. No one should be afraid to ask for help for their family when they feel uncertain how to handle an issue that arises. It takes strength and courage to reach out for help. At Pinnacle, we strive to meet families no matter where they are or what they are facing with a promise to provide a compassionate, hope-filled environment, and tools to equip them to handle the problems they are facing. 

Taking that first step and reaching out is the most vital step of all. We will help you with every one of the steps on your journey.n

 

Nursing Notes

“Rev. Cornell Maltbia, chairman of the Conway Regional Health System said, ‘Stay focused on the why, not the what. Why did I become a nurse? To carry out the commandment to ‘love others.’ ” 

Lori Reynolds, BSN RN OCN Cancer Program Outreach Coordinator Conway Regional Health System
Years in Nursing: 23

 

Lori Reynolds, BSN RN OCN
 
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