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Inpatient Psychiatric Services

Inpatient Psychiatric Services

Hartgrove Hospital

Inpatient mental health services for children, youth and adults.

Services Offered

Mental Health • Youth • Crisis Stabilization • Inpatient Psychiatry


Hartgrove Hospital is a 160-bed psychiatric facility serving children, adolescents and adults throughout the Greater Chicagoland area. The inpatient program offers primarily Crisis Stabilization services, with an average stay of 1-2 weeks. Treatment may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), art and music therapy, horticultural therapy, pet therapy, and educational services. Substance use services are available for those with a dual diagnosis. Clients who have completed inpatient treatment will be referred to intensive outpatient (for ages 12 and older) or partial hospitalization (ages 6-17) treatment for continued care if needed.


5730 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60644 41.8655552 -87.7675696

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish


-For individuals with mental illness who are assessed as posing a threat to self or others.
-The Children's Program serves children ages 3-12. The Adolescent Program serves youth ages 13-17. The Adult Program serves adults ages 18 and older.
-Hartgrove accepts a variety of private and managed care insurance plans, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, CountyCare, Harmony, IlliniCare, Meridian, Next Level, and United Healthcare.
-Straight Medicaid and Medicaid Managed Care plans are accepted for patients under 21; only Medicaid Managed Care plans are accepted for those 21 and older.
-Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.


  • Medicaid accepted
  • Medicare accepted
  • Private insurance accepted

How to Apply

Referrals are accepted from SASS and local emergency rooms. You may also self-refer by walking in to the emergency department any time for an assessment. Please bring the following:

-Photo ID
-Insurance card
-If under 18, parent's guardians photo ID and insurance card
-Click here for information on what to bring to admission.

If, after assessment, you are deemed eligible for inpatient treatment, you will be admitted to the program or (if needed) referred to alternate resources. No wait list is maintained when the program is at capacity.