Richmond State Hospital has a bed capacity of 190, with a majority of our patient population residing in the Residential Treatment Center. Connected with the RTC building is the Clinical Treatment Center, which emphasizes active treatment using the treatment mall approach. Encompassed in the CTC/RTC complex are multiple classrooms, living skills area, recreation areas, gymnasium, health clinic, beauty shop, dining area, canteen, conference center and pharmacy.
Hope Service Line: Serious Mental Illness - A 60 bed co-ed care module that admits and provides services for patients with severe and persistent mental illness with the goal of attaining symptom management and skill development for community living. The focus is to identify and stabilize mental health needs and to prepare the patients to return to the community.
Recovery Service Line: Co-occurring Disorder - A 60 bed co-ed care module that specializes in the care of patients with mental illness and a substance abuse/dependency issue using established best practices as framework for recovery.
Strength Service Line: SMI Continuing Care/Developmentally Disabled/Medical/Geriatric - A 59 bed co-ed care module that provides continued services for patients with severe and persistent mental illness. Programming is focused on learning skills such as coping, social, leisure time, emotional regulation, and anger management. These units also have patients with activities of daily living deficits as well as needing mobility assistance.
Darby & Kreitl Houses: Six and five bed co-ed transitional care modules. Darby and Kreitl Houses are used for group home living while on grounds, thus allowing patients to learn those skills that will assist their transition toward community placement and reintegration.