For more than 60 years, The Horsham Clinic has helped children, teens, adults and older adults manage and overcome a number of mental health issues at our scenic 55-acre campus in suburban Philadelphia.
We are committed to providing quality behavioral health care services that effectively and efficiently meet the individual needs of every patient we serve. We are committed to restoring each patient’s emotional wellbeing through interdisciplinary clinical programs that are provided by highly trained mental health professionals.
The Horsham Clinic provides a comprehensive list of programs to treat behavioral health disorders among people age 4 and older. Those programs include:
Children’s Inpatient Hospitalization Program. We treat children ages 4–12 who are facing behavioral health conditions that require treatment in a secure, therapeutic environment.
Adolescent Inpatient Hospitalization Program. Teenagers from ages 13–17 (up to age 18 if the patient is still in school) who need intensive inpatient care for behavioral health issues can receive treatment in our compassionate, positive facility.
Adult Inpatient Hospitalization Program. Adults age 18 and older can receive treatment for chronic mental health conditions in our intensive, short-term Inpatient Hospitalization Program. Adults are housed separately from children and adolescents in our secure, suburban facility.
Partial Hospitalization Programs for Children, Adolescents and Adults. Patients ages 5 and older who need a higher level of care than is available in outpatient programs but who are able to return home after treatment may benefit from care in one of our Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP).
A confidential, no-cost assessment can help you determine the right level of care for you or a loved one. Call us any time, day or night.
The Horsham Clinic’s professional staff are ready to help find a treatment option that works for you. Call 800-237-4447 for a no-cost, confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.