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Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare SystemPinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare provides a full continuum of behavioral healthcare services. We specialize in treating children and adolescents. Our programs include:Acute inpatient care Residential inpatient care Partial Hospitalization School-based services Outpatient services Day treatment servicesPinnacle Pointe Hospital is Arkansas’ largest behavioral inpatient facility for children and adolescents ages 5-17 who are struggling with emotional or behavioral health issues. We are committed to providing quality behavioral healthcare to our patients and support to families.Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare also includes statewide services provided byThe Pointe Outpatient Behavioral Health Services. The services provided include intensive outpatient, school-based, outpatient and day treatment.We are dedicated to helping our patients find a way to live happy lives. We offer individualized treatment in a secure and nurturing environment. Our 124-bed facility provides patients with the support they need to make their stay a life-altering experience.Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers no-cost assessments 24/7 to children and adolescents who are struggling with emotional or behavioral issues.  Pleasecontact us today to find out more.Message from CEOThank you for taking the time to learn more about the Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System (PPBHS) and our heart for children, adolescents and families.At Pinnacle Pointe:We hold great expectations for bringing hope and healing to children and adolescents by positively impacting their emotional and behavioral health through the compassionate care we provide. We hold great expectations for our employees to assure they meet the needs of our patients and families. We hold great expectations for our patients to assure they believe in their potential for success. We hold great expectations for families as we offer the support and tools necessary to cope with life when the day to day burdens become too great to handle alone.In addition to our inpatient services, we offer a full continuum of care with programs such as: Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, School-Based Mental Health, Outpatient Psychiatry Services and an Alternative Learning Center.On behalf of our entire staff, thank you again for taking the time to learn more about our team as well as the care and support we offer families. If you have any questions or would like more information regarding our programs, please do not hesitate to contact us. With Great Expectation,Shane Frazier, CEOOur MissionPinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System is committed to consistently deliver a system of quality behavioral healthcare with integrity to children and adolescents in concert with parents, caregivers, guardians and community professionals.Our dedication to the highest standard of quality helped us attain the prestigious Governor’s Quality Achievement Award. This award recognizes Pinnacle Pointe Hospital’s commitment and practice of quality principles through a thorough process of excellence.Our TeamThe team at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital is both passionate and highly experienced. We provide our patients with specific, individualized plans to ensure they’re equipped to live their best life.Pinnacle Pointe Hospital supports military families and is the only hospital in Arkansas certified by TRICARE, the healthcare program designed for families and survivors of active duty and retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Leadership Team Shane Frazier Chief Executive Officer Benjamin Nimmo, MD Medical Director Gina Dailey Chief Financial Officer Joyce Cloud CEO, The Pointe Outpatient Services Bobby Alexander Chief Nursing Officer James Howe Director of Human Resources Mary Gardner, PhD Director of Assessment and Referral Amanda Boeke, PsyD Director of Clinical Services Donna Monk Director of Business Development Jana Malone Director of Utilization Management Anthony Logan Director of Risk Management and Compliance Michael Beck Director of Performance Improvement and HIM Psychiatrists Benjamin Nimmo, MD Medical Director Scott Hogan, MD Director of Acute Services Jim Aukstuolis, MD Director of Residential Services John Webber, M.D. Psychiatrist Lynn Thomas, MD General Medical Consultants Scott Carle, MD Our Facility Pinnacle Pointe Hospital is located in Little Rock, Arkansas.  We are committed to helping children and adolescents who need a full behavioral health services. Working together with patients and their loved ones, the caring professionals at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital help patients return to their community as healthier individuals Award-winning Care Pinnacle Pointe Hospital has received numerous awards including: The Joint Commission Top Performer on Key Quality Measures 2012 and 2011 Governor’s Quality Award – Achievement Award Nominated as “Central Arkansas’ Top Places to Work” 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007 ATRS – Facility of the Year (Arkansas Therapeutic Recreational Services) 2009 President’s Award for Outstanding Facility of the Year Community Involvement Pinnacle Pointe helps give back to the community with both staff and patient participation: Out of Darkness Walk – Suicide Prevention Walk Nami-Walk Attorney General Suicide Prevention Essay and PSA Contest Reach out and Read Wounded Warriors – Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma Arkansas Social Worker internship department Arkansas Food Bank Quapaw United Methodist Church Community Breakfast QUMC Food Pantry Wounded Warriors Project Fundraiser NLRPD Shop with a Cop Fundraiser 2013 Therapeutic Recreation Arts Festival Sponsorship Red Cross Flood Relief UAMS Myeloma Research Fundraiser Autism Awareness Walk and Fundraiser Cancer Society Fundraiser Humane Society Fundraiser Facility Highlights Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists Staff educated in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) Caring and Compassionate staff Yoga Classes – Lead by a Certified Child and Teen Yoga Specialist Low Rope Course Gardening Community Service Projects Animal Assisted Activities Educational Services – State Department of Education approved programadministered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional In-ground pool Full-size gymnasium Basketball and volleyball courts Playground Private and confidential assessment areas Optional spiritual services on-site *Above amenities maybe limited to specific programs and may not be available for all programs. We are always available. We answer questions and schedule assessments 24 hours/7 days a week. Call us at 1-800-880-3322, 501-223-3322 Contact us online SHOW THUMBNAILSCAPTION PREVIOUS NEXT     Accreditation Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System is fully accredited by the Joint Commission, and meets all state and federal rules and regulations that govern quality health care. Pinnacle Pointe is also proud to be a TRICARE®-approved provider for acute services for children and adolescents, and to be the only residential facility in Arkansas certified by TRICARE® to serve children and adolescents of military families worldwide. We are always available! We are available to answer questions and schedule assessments 24 hours/7 days a week. Contact us at (800) 880-3322, (501) 223-3322 or online.  “TRICARE” is a registered trademark of the TRICARE Management Activity. All rights reserved. Military Families Pinnacle Pointe Hospital is TRICARE® approved for acute and residential inpatient care services.  We are very committed in treating children and adolescents of military families.  The TRICARE® military program offers treatment for ages 5 to 17. Pinnacle Pointe Hospital is the only TRICARE®-certified residential facility in Arkansas for ages 5-17. Acute Inpatient Care for Military Dependents:  Tricare® Approved Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers acute inpatient treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17. Acute inpatient treatment is advised after an assessment is completed and our psychiatrist concludes that the patient’s condition cannot be safely or effectively treated on an outpatient basis. The program is a comprehensive therapeutic, intensive treatment led by a team of highly experienced mental health professionals including psychiatrists, case managers, clinical therapists, certified teachers, registered nurses and recreational therapists. Acute inpatient care includes: A therapeutic program with services provided by a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, case managers, licensed clinical therapists, certified teachers, registered nurses and certified recreational therapists. Individual/Group/Family therapy: to address issues that may compromise the child’s emotional health and/or safety.  Educational Services: State Department of Education approved program is administered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional. Fully approved school, K-12. Located on-site, the school focuses on preparing the child academically and behaviorally to return to his/her public school or an alternative setting. Recreational Therapy:  Certified recreational therapists deliver seven days a week program consisting of group and individual activities designed to develop coping skills necessary to function within a community. Discharge Planning:  Assist patient and family in a referral for follow-up treatment. Community resources are available to maximum and support post-discharge. Financial Counseling: We accept Tricare®, most Commercial Insurances and Medicaid.  Payment options are available if needed. Advantages of acute inpatient hospitalization: 24-hour nursing observation Daily interventions and oversight by a psychiatrist Intensive treatment by a physician-led team of mental health professionals Safe, controlled and structured environment Medication and psychotherapy both used as appropriate Approved school program available Daily therapeutic programming, seven days a week The goal of acute inpatient treatment is to stabilize a patient’s symptoms to allow for the smoothest transition to a healthier life. Residential Inpatient Care for Military Dependents:  Tricare Certified Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers residential inpatient treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17 with longstanding emotional and behavioral health issues. Our physician-led residential treatment program addresses children’s entire well being including medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs. The program provides a variety of therapies and activities in a safe, comfortable environment. Residential treatment includes: An individualized Master Treatment Plan focuses on the identified behavioral challenges of each patient and is supported by a Levels System that provides social skills to prepare the patient to re-integrate into family and community Individual Therapy: Scheduled weekly with onsite therapists; available additionally as needed Family Therapy: Scheduled twice monthly unless otherwise specified Recreational Therapy:  Licensed recreational therapists deliver seven days a week program consisting of group and individual activities designed to develop coping skills necessary to function within a community. Outside activities are utilized in a levels-based program to establish emotional stability and encourage growth Global Distance Family Therapy: provided via special arrangements for military families and OP providers to ensure clinical efficacy while minimizing travel time and expense to the family. Group Therapy:  Conducted by licensed clinical professionals, including therapists and substance abuse counselor supported by a curriculum including: Health education Anger management Conflict resolution Day-end goals review Discharge planning building/management Journaling (take home tool) Relationship skills Educational Services: State Department of Education approved program is administered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional. Therapeutic Passes: Passes to assist in successful reintegration following discharge. Community Activities Based on Levels Achievement included but not limited to: Arkansas Food Bank Volunteers Quapaw United Methodist Church Community Breakfast Volunteers QUMC Food Pantry donation Wounded Warriors Project Fundraiser Fundraiser for Red Cross flood relief Fundraiser for UAMS Myeloma Research Autism Awareness Walk and Fundraiser Cancer Society Fundraiser Susan G Komen Race for the Cure Humane Society Fundraiser and donations Nami-Walk Spiritual Enrichment: Provided weekly for groups and patients have additional interaction with clergy as requested. CD Education (Adolescents Only) provided by a CADAC-certified coordinator; includes: 12-Step Program CD Program – Weekly Individualized Treatment Plan to streamline success through intensity of services, based on patient’s identified level of need for these services. Discharge Planning:  Assist patient and family in a referral for follow-up treatment. Information on community resources are available to maximum support post-discharge. Financial Counseling: We accept Tricare®, most Commercial Insurances and Medicaid. Payment options are available if needed.   *TRICARE is a registered trademark of the Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency. All rights reserved. Services  Acute Inpatient Overview Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers acute inpatient treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17. Acute inpatient treatment is advised after an assessment is completed and our psychiatrist concludes that the patient’s condition cannot be safely or effectively treated on an outpatient basis. The program is a comprehensive therapeutic, intensive treatment led by a team of highly experienced mental health professionals including psychiatrists, case managers, clinical therapists, certified teachers, registered nurses and recreational therapists. Acute inpatient care includes: A therapeutic program with services provided by a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, case managers, licensed clinical therapists, certified teachers, registered nurses and certified recreational therapists.  Individual/Group/Family therapy: to address issues that may compromise the child’s emotional health and/or safety. Educational Services: State Department of Education approved program is administered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional. Fully approved school, K-12. Located on-site, the school focuses on preparing the child academically and behaviorally to return to his/her public school or an alternative setting. Recreational Therapy:  Certified recreational therapists deliver seven days/week program consisting of group and individual activities designed to develop coping skills necessary to function within a community. Discharge Planning:  Assist patient and family in a referral for follow-up treatment. Information on community resources are available to maximize and support post-discharge. Financial Counseling: We accept Tricare®, most Commercial Insurances and Medicaid.  Payment options are available if needed. Advantages of acute inpatient hospitalization: 24-hour nursing observation Daily interventions and oversight by a psychiatrist Intensive treatment by a physician-led team of mental health professionals Safe, controlled and structured environment Medication and psychotherapy both used as appropriate Approved school program available Daily therapeutic programming, seven days a week The goal of acute inpatient treatment is to stabilize a patient’s symptoms to allow for the smoothest transition to a healthier life. View our list of what to bring “TRICARE” is a registered trademark of the TRICARE Management Activity. All rights reserved.   Residential Inpatient Overview: Pinnacle Pointe Hospital offers residential inpatient treatment for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17 with longstanding emotional and behavioral health issues. Our physician-led residential treatment program addresses children’s entire well being including medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs. The residential treatment program provides a variety of therapies and activities in a safe, comfortable environment. Residential treatment includes: An individualized Master Treatment Plan focuses on the identified behavioral challenges of each patient and is supported by a Levels System that provides social skills to prepare the patient to re-integrate into family and community Individual Therapy: Scheduled weekly with onsite therapists; available additionally as needed Family Therapy: Scheduled twice monthly unless otherwise specified Recreational Therapy:  Licensed recreational therapists deliver daily programs consisting of group and individual activities designed to develop coping skills necessary to function within a community. Outside activities are utilized in a levels-based program to establish emotional stability and encourage growth Global Distance Family Therapy: provided via special arrangements for military families and OP providers to ensure clinical efficacy while minimizing travel time and expense to the family. Group Therapy:  Conducted by licensed clinical professionals, including therapists and substance abuse counselor conduct therapies supported by a curriculum including: Health education Anger management Conflict resolution Day-end goals review Discharge planning building/management Journaling (take home tool) Relationship skills Educational Services – State Department of Education approved program is administered by licensed certified Special Education teacher and mental health professional. Therapeutic passes to assist in successful reintegration following discharge. Community Activities Based on Levels Achievement included but not limited to: Arkansas Food Bank Volunteers Quapaw United Methodist Church Community Breakfast Volunteers QUMC Food Pantry donation Wounded Warriors Project Fundraiser Fundraiser for Red Cross flood relief Fundraiser for UAMS Myeloma Research Autism Awareness Walk and Fundraiser Cancer Society Fundraiser Susan G Komen Race for the Cure Humane Society Fundraiser and donations Nami- Walk Spiritual Enrichment: Provided weekly for groups and patients have additional interaction with clergy as requested. CD Education (Adolescents Only) provided by a CADAC-certified coordinator; includes: 12-Step Program CD Program – Weekly Individualized Treatment Plan to streamline success through intensity of services, based on patient’s identified level of need for these services. Discharge Planning:  Assist patient and family in a referral for follow-up treatment. Information on community resources is available to maximum and support post-discharge. Financial Counseling: We accept Tricare®, most Commercial Insurances and Medicaid.  Payment options are available if needed. “TRICARE” is a registered trademark of the TRICARE Management Activity. All rights reserved.  Partial Hospitalization Services The Partial Program was developed to respond to those adolescents who are struggling with significant behavioral problems in school, at home, and in the community. By serving adolescents, and their families, the Partial Program is designed to offer intensive, focused interventions not ordinarily found in traditional outpatient counseling settings. Additionally, the Partial Program provides a sound therapeutic alternative for those adolescents who are transitioning from hospitalization back to the community. The mission of the Partial Program is to provide treatment that best meets the adolescent and family’s needs. This is done by a combination of proven therapies: psycho-educational, group psychotherapy, recreational therapy, and multi-family therapy. These therapies can help provide an internal foundation for the adolescent to learn alternatives, contemplate personal change, and begin the process of taking action towards improved mental wellbeing. It is our belief that continuing care services are essential to the adolescent’s ability to achieve long-lasting, personal change. Continuing care should last for at least six months after discharge from the program to ensure long-term stability in functioning. Involving the family and those close to the person helps the adolescent find proper support and care over time. ObjectivesThe function of treatment is to provide a supportive and safe environment for the individual to gain and enhance the skills necessary to assist in the process of personal growth. The initial focus of treatment includes a comprehensive assessment of all aspects of the patient’s life. Family involvement in this screening process is paramount to effective assessment of treatment needs and strengths. The treatment process is then designed to address identified needs required to return to or achieve a higher level of functioning. The program is a time-limited and intensive treatment. Discharge from program is individualized for each patient and has many factors involved. Typically the length of stay in the program is 7-14 days; however, this is NOT set for each patient in the program. Our staff will keep you informed of this important information throughout the program.  Outpatient Services Regional Service LocationsToll Free # 1-855-440-3535 The Pointe Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults. Outpatient services include individual, family and group therapy; medication management; case management and psychological testing. The Pointe Outpatient Behavioral Health Services offers programs in the following locations: Batesville2199 Harrison Street Ste 107Batesville, AR 72501870-793-6774 Phone870-793-1997 Fax Benton/Bryant2213 N. Reynolds Rd., Suite 1Bryant, AR 72022501-847-0081 Phone501-847-6905 Fax Cabot203B Westport Dr.Cabot, AR 72023501-843-9233 Phone501-843-9656 Fax Clinton1303 Hwy. 65 SouthClinton, AR 72031501-745-4448 Phone501-745-8826 Fax Conway1014 Main St.Conway, AR 72032501-336-0511 Phone501-336-4037 Fax Fordyce1101 West 3rd St.Fordyce, AR 71742870-352-5122 Phone870-352-5127 Fax Forrest City1521 North Washington St.Forrest City, AR 72335870-633-8092 Phone870-633-8358 Fax Harmony Grove2261 Hwy. 229Benton, AR 72015501-778-4888 Phone501-778-3917 Fax Helena1225 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.Helena, AR 72342870-572-5005 Phone870-572-5000 Fax Greater Hot Springs1249 Lakeside RdHot Springs, AR 71901501-262-2766  Phone501-262-2544  Fax Little Rock1405 N. Pierce St., Suite 101Little Rock, AR 72207501-603-2147 Phone501-603-0324 Fax Day Treatment6100 Patterson Rd.Little Rock, AR 72209501-663-6771 Phone501-663-6458 Fax Marion4001 Commercial Center Dr.Suite 5Marion, AR 72364870-735-3015 Phone870-735-3018 Fax Pine Bluff6210 Dollarway Rd., Suite 4Pine Bluff, AR 71603870-247-3588 Phone870-247-2072 Fax Searcy403 S. Poplar St., Suite ASearcy, AR 72143501-279-9220 Phone501-279-9450 Fax Sheridan201 South Rose St.Sheridan, AR 72150870-917-2171 Phone870-917-2161 Fax Stuttgart123 East 3rd StreetStuttgart, AR 72160870-673-9370 Phone870-672-7010 Fax Most major insurances, TRICARE® and Medicaid are accepted. Please contact us to learn more.   Day Treatment The Pointe Day Treatment: Pinnacle Pointe Behavioral Healthcare System offers day treatment services through The Pointe Alternative Learning Center. The Pointe is approved by the Arkansas Department of Education and provides an individualized setting for a student’s educational and therapeutic needs. The Pointe Treatment Team provides services to the student in a collaborative effort with the child’s home school district, family, and community. The Pointe Alternative Learning Center team consists of the following professionals: Licensed therapists Psychiatrist Certified teachers Case manager Referrals to The Pointe Alternative Learning Center must be made at the request of the child’s home school district. To determine your child’s eligibility, contact the principal at your child’s school. For additional information about The Pointe Alternative Learning Center, please call (501) 663-6771. School-Based Services: Pinnacle Pointe also provides school-based outpatient services throughout the state of Arkansas. School-based behavioral health services are provided at the invitation of your local school district.  Please contact your child’s school to determine if he or she is eligible for services.Toll Free 1-800-880-3322 Telephone 501-223-3322Pinnacle Pointe Hospital11501 Financial Centre ParkwayLittle Rock, AR 72211
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