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Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver Becomes Largest Private Provider of Acute Psychiatric Care for the Elderly in Colorado

Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver (www.havenbehavioral.com) announced it has added new beds exclusively for the inpatient psychiatric treatment of seniors. The total number of beds at Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver is now 40, making it the largest private provider of acute geropsychiatric care in the state of Colorado.

"In the year 2010, there will be more than 770,000 seniors age 60 and over in Colorado," said Rogher Hargus, executive director of Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver. "We are dedicated to providing the needed psychiatric services for seniors in our state. I'm very enthusiastic about our future and I'm eager to do everything I can to guide Haven in the next stages of its development. We will continue to work closely with family, physicians, long-term care providers and other agencies to meet the needs of the elderly."

Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver will be hosting a "Meet & Greet" breakfast with executive director, Rogher Hargus at 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 10, 2009 at 8451 Pearl Street, Suite 100, Thornton, Colorado. If interested in attending, please RSVP at 303-243-5519.

Guests at the "Meet & Greet" breakfast can learn more about Haven's areas of treatment that include: mood disorders; major depression; dysthymic disorder; bipolar disorder and anxiety and psychotic disorders. These illnesses often exist in combination with other medical conditions and dementia.

About Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver:

Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver is designed to meet the needs of the elderly experiencing behavioral health disorders. Services are provided by psychiatrists, specialty physicians, nurses, masters-level therapists, discharge planners, and other professional staff dedicated to improving the quality of life for seniors. Haven's philosophy is one of working together with family, physicians, long-term care providers, and other agencies involved in healthcare to meet the needs of the elderly. Haven Behavioral Senior Care provides inpatient behavioral treatment, evaluation and stabilization for the elderly. Once admitted, each patient is assessed by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals and an individualized treatment plan is formulated in cooperation with the patient and when possible, the family. For more information, please visit www.havenbehavioral.com

SOURCE Haven Behavioral Senior Care of North Denver

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