Situated on over 30 acres in the beautiful rolling hills of Central Texas, Cedar Crest provides innovative behavioral health and substance abuse treatment for children, adolescents, adults, senior adults, and military personnel. Our private campus includes walking trails, picnic areas, outdoor swimming pool, full-size gym, and state-of-the-art exercise equipment; providing opportunities for leisure, therapeutic recreation, and team building skills. Cedar Crest provides a full continuum of care including adolescent residential, inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization/intense outpatient treatments.
Since its inception, Cedar Crest Hospital has consistently worked to respond to the needs of the patients that we treat by creating new and innovative programming options that are catered to meet the specific and unique needs of the populations we serve. We remain steadfast in updating our programs and practices so that everyone who is entrusted to our care is offered the best opportunity for achieving successful treatment outcomes.
Seeking mental health & addiction treatment close to home provides the convenience of getting to our treatment center without the added stress of travel and financial strain associated with travel costs. Instead, you or your loved one can receive the necessary treatment right away and family members can be a much more active part of the recovery process, a fundamental element for long-term success.
Cedar Crest in Belton, Texas offers a residential treatment center (RTC) that provides a safe, compassionate, and warm environment for adolescents aged 12 through 17 who are struggling with emotional problems, chemical dependency, or both. Our RTC program specializes in longer-term treatment for teens who are stepping down from inpatient care but still require the structure and safety our treatment program provides. We also offer our RTC program to teens who have not responded well to other types of programs and therapies.
Extreme, severe emotional disturbance
Victims of sexual abuse
Oppositional defiant disorder