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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Horsham Clinic?

The Horsham Clinic is a mental and behavioral health hospital that provides inpatient and partial level of care to individuals. For over 60 years we have worked with individuals to restore their emotional well-being through our evidence-based clinical programming. Our multidisciplinary team encourages individuals to fully engage in treatment so they can have the opportunity to lead successful lives with their families and friends at home, school, work and in the community. 

What is The Horsham Clinic

What ages are treated at The Horsham Clinic?

Inpatient programming

The Horsham Clinic treats patients starting at age four through adults. We offer a children’s unit, adolescent units, a young adult unit, several adult units and dual diagnosis units. 

Partial hospitalization programming

The Horsham Clinic Inpatient Program

Our child and adolescent programs are for ages 5-18 (enrolled in K-12)

Our adult partial program is for ages 18 (out of school) and older.

When my loved one is admitted to an inpatient program, what can be expected?

The Horsham Clinic offers short-term, highly-structured behavioral health treatment that addresses the emotional and behavioral needs of patients. 

Clinical programming happens seven days a week and includes group, individual and family therapy as well as medication management. Each patient is assigned a treatment team composed of therapists, social workers, nurses and psychiatrists who not only help patients during their stay, but concurrently work on after care and discharge planning so patients leave Horsham Clinic with support. 

During the course of the day, aside from the clinical programming, patients have recreation time (indoor and outdoor, weather permitting) and creative art therapy. Our campus features an indoor basketball gym that also has stations set up with games and recreational activities. Outdoors we have basketball courts, courtyard space and a beautiful sunken garden. 

The Horsham Clinic offers short-term, highly-structured behavioral health treatment that addresses the emotional and behavioral needs of patients.

My child is being admitted inpatient. In addition to what is clinically offered, what kind of environment will they be in?

The Horsham Clinic is located on a 55-acre suburban setting.

The Horsham Clinic is located on a 55-acre suburban setting.

Our children’s unit (ages 4-12) has its own space on our campus with ample outdoor space which is used daily for recreation and therapy. 

We also have an indoor basketball gym which also has recreation and game stations set up for patients, as well as an outdoor basketball court. 

The adolescent units are physically adjacent to each other and like the children’s unit, the adolescents are offered ample recreation time outside of their therapies. 

During off-unit recreation and meal times in the cafeteria, children and adolescents are not in the same space as any adult patients. 

Where are you located?

The Horsham Clinic’s main campus is located at 722 E. Butler Pike Ambler, PA 19002. Our main campus in Ambler is located on 55 acres and provides a serene environment for those in need of mental and behavioral health treatment. 

The Horsham Clinic also offers two partial programs treating children and adolescents in:

Broomall, Delaware County—800 Parkway Drive, Broomall, PA 19008

Coatesville, Chester County—Highlands Corporate Center 885 Fox Chase Drive, Suite 100 Coatesville, PA 19320

What conditions can be treated at The Horsham Clinic?

Conditions we treat can include:

  • Acute psychotic disorder
  • Chronic depression
  • Adjustment and grief reactions
  • Anxiety/panic attacks
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Substance use disorder
  • Mood disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress and other conditions resulting from trauma
  • Social withdrawal
  • Suicidal ideation
Conditions treated at The Horsham Clinic

How can I contact The Horsham Clinic?

The Horsham Clinic Assessment and Referral Center (ARC) can be reached by calling 1-800-237-4447.

ARC offers no-cost assessments 24 hours a day/seven days a week and you can call ahead to schedule an intake assessment.

Mental Health Professionals looking to make a referral can also call 1-800-237-4447 and/or fax referrals to 215-654-1148 (inpatient) or 215-643-6014 (partial)