Psychiatric Evaluation & Treatment Inpatient Services (E&T)
Available now in Brush Prairie and Spokane
Daybreak Youth Services has broadened its focus beyond inpatient and outpatient treatment for substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health issues to include the treatment of acute mental health conditions.
12 beds at Daybreak’s RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery in Brush Prairie, WA, and 13 beds at Daybreak’s inpatient facility in Spokane, WA are now dedicated to Psychiatric Evaluation and Treatment, providing services for acute mental health conditions including suicide ideation, homicide ideation, major depression, psychosis (drug-induced included), anxiety disorders, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Services provided include:
- Psychiatric, substance use and nursing assessments
- Crisis intervention and stabilization services
- Medication management
- Education related to life skills and understanding medication effects
- Discharge planning, including referrals and linkage to other resources in the community
Daybreak serves adolescents between the ages of 12-18 and accepts Medicaid (Washington Apple Care) and most private insurance. The RWC Center in Brush Prairie is open to all gender identities/expressions. The Spokane inpatient facility is open to females and those who identify as “other than male.”
Daybreak will accept parent-initiated clients and, in Brush Prairie, will accept involuntary clients if voluntary placement is not an option.
Admissions process for parents, schools & juvenile court staff:
Brush Prairie: Please call your local County Crisis Line. In Clark County, that number is 1-800-626-8137. The crisis team will make an initial assessment and refer the child to outpatient or inpatient treatment. For more information, contact Daybreak’s E&T staff in Brush Prairie at (360) 750-9588 ext. 3047.
Spokane: If the patient is in imminent risk of harm to self or others, please call your local County Crisis Line.* In Spokane County, that number is (509) 838-4428. Otherwise, call Daybreak at (509) 475-4651. Phones will be answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Evaluation and Treatment is managed by the Daybreak Medical Director and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Medication administration and management via a licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.