FAQs About Millcreek

Millcreek Behavioral Health is a leading residential treatment center in Arkansas for children and teens struggling with mental and behavioral health issues, developmental disorders, and addiction.

Where are we located?

Fordyce, AR about 70 miles south of Little Rock

What services do we provide?

We are a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) and have an Intermediate Care Facility for the Mentally Challenged (ICF/IID).

What is the average length of stay?

In the PRTF it is 4-6 months. In the ICF/IID the average is 1 ½ – 2 years.

How many clients do we serve?

The PRTF has a capacity for 111, the ICF/IID has a capacity for 61 children.

What information is needed to make a referral?

Contact Admissions for this information.

Can family/guardian visit and do the clients get home passes?

Yes, each child will be allowed passes and visits as determined by the treatment team.

What is our funding source?

Arkansas Medicaid is the primary funding source for most of the children.

What items are not allowed?

Contact Admissions for a list.

What items can my child bring upon admission?

Initially we ask that you only bring 4-5 sets of clothing, any prescriptions in the original bottle or written prescriptions. As the family member/guardian meets with the Therapist during treatment, they will insure the child’s needs for clothing and other personal items are addressed.