Crestwood Behavioral Health - Fremont

leadership team

Crestwood Treatment Center

Janet Trimble
Administrator

Lillian Fong
Neurobehavioral Program Administrator

Dr. Gordon Giles
Director of Neurobehavioral Services

Cristina Noriega
Director of Nursing

Crestwood Manor

Lee Labrie
Administrator

Emelie Sanchez
Director of Nursing

Andrea Monahan
Clinical Director

contact

Crestwood Treatment Center
2171 Mowry Avenue
Fremont, CA 94538
(510) 793-8383
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Crestwood Manor
4303 Stevenson Blvd
Fremont, CA 94538
(510) 651-1244
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career center

To learn about job opportunities at the Crestwood Behavioral Health, visit the Career Center.

 

overview

Crestwood Behavioral Health has been providing services in Fremont since 1985. Currently, the company operates two facilities: Crestwood Treatment Center and Crestwood Manor.

programs

Crestwood Treatment Center
SNF/Neurobehavioral

Crestwood Treatment Center in Fremont is a skilled nursing facility that provides long-term care to individuals diagnosed with an organic brain disease. Residents at this facility typically have a combination of psychiatric and dementia-related behaviors.

Admissions to Crestwood's neurobehavioral programs are overseen by Dr. Gordon Muir Giles, who was a senior occupational therapist at the first behavior disorder program for brain-injured people in the world. An internationally-recognized expert in the field, Dr. Giles developed the first neurobehavioral program in California and his work has served as a model for subsequent California programs. Learn more about the work of Dr. Giles.
 

Crestwood Manor
SNF/STP

Crestwood Manor in Fremont is a skilled nursing facility serving individuals from a number of California communities. The facility provides long-term treatment services to people with a primary medical diagnosis and specialized behavioral management needs - for example, Alzheimer's or dementia.

Residents at Crestwood Manor enjoy a supportive environment, and a well-trained staff focused on providing comprehensive treatment and services. They also participate in a range of health and wellness activities designed to improve both their physical and emotional well being, with a particular focus on resident diet and nutrition. Residents are involved in planning the facility's weekly menus and staff members work closely with those individuals who require specialized nutrition programs.

Watch video about Crestwood Manor's Organic Garden


special feature

At Crestwood Treatment Center, a group of residents, known as the Dream Team, are active participants in the Center’s program structure. The Dream Team program is modeled after a high school, with residents enrolling in multiple classes. Residents work closely to set their treatment goals and work their way towards moving into a lower level of care.

Crestwood Manor has a resident-run library where individuals can check out books and music. Residents can also send and receive email messages from the library's computer, allowing them to stay connected to their network of family and friends. Crestwood Manor also has a resident-run canteen, the profits of which go back into maintaining the canteen and its inventory.