24-Hour Nursing Care 

We understand that around-the-clock nursing care is often required in order to ensure the well-being of our patients. Our team of nurses are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide the support and care that you or your loved one needs.

No matter what time of day or night it is, our nurses will be there to attend to any medical needs that may arise. They are also trained to provide emotional support and guidance, should any difficult situations arise.

Aftercare Planning 

Aftercare planning is an important step in mental health and addiction recovery. It helps to ensure that individuals have a plan in place for continued support and care after they leave treatment. Aftercare planning can involve a variety of different elements, including identifying a support system, setting up therapy or counseling appointments, and making lifestyle changes. It is important to work with a professional to create an aftercare plan that is tailored to your individual needs.

Case Management

Addiction case management is a process through which an individual with a mental health disorder or an addiction receives help and support in managing their disorders. This can include goal setting, developing a treatment plan, and coordinating care with different providers. Addiction case managers also provide support and guidance to families and loved ones of those struggling with mental health and/or addiction. 

Daily Medical and Psychiatric Care

We provide daily medical and psychiatric care to our patients. We have a team of doctors, nurses, and therapists who work together to offer a variety of services, including individual and group therapy, medication management, and case management. We also offer a variety of support groups, educational workshops, and other resources. Our goal is to help our patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.

Daily Chef Prepared Meals and Snacks

Our in-house chef prepares daily, fresh meals for all our patients.  We understand nutrition plays a big part of mental health and we ensure a healthy diet each day.  Snacks and meals are provided 24-7. 

Genesight Testing  

Genesight is a test that can help doctors understand how a person’s genes may affect their response to certain medications. This information can be used to tailor treatment plans and improve outcomes. Genesight tests are quick and easy to administer, and the results can be available in as little as 48 hours. We provide this service for our patients.  Patients will have the opportunity to learn more about this testing when they meet with their provider upon admission.

History & Physical 

A physical exam is a routine test your doctor performs to check your overall health. A history and physical examination (H&P) is a process where your doctor learns about your medical history and then performs a physical examination.

The H&P is an important part of diagnosing patients and determining what treatments may be necessary. Your medical history is the first step in creating an H&P. Your doctor will ask you questions about your past health, including any illnesses or injuries you have had. You will also be asked about your family's medical history.

This information helps your doctor to understand what conditions you may be at risk for and to make informed decisions about your care. After taking your medical history, your doctor will perform a physical examination. This will usually involve checking your vital signs, such as blood pressure and heart rate, and examining different parts of your body. The physical examination can help to identify any problems that you may have and to determine what further testing or treatment may be necessary.

Life Skills Training & Education

Patients learn practical skills to improve their daily functioning, including time management, stress management, and coping skills. Some of the most important life skills that our patients learn include daily chores, time management, communication, and problem-solving. Time management skills are also crucial for anyone who wants to be able to balance work and personal commitments. Communication skills are important for anyone who wants to build strong relationships with others. Lastly, problem-solving skills are necessary for anyone who wants to be able to effectively solve problems that they may face in their career or personal life outside of treatment.

Medication Management

Medication management is an important part of behavioral healthcare. It includes the identification, storage, and administration of medication. It is important to maintain accurate records of all medications taken by a patient. This information can be used to make sure that a patient is taking the correct medication and dose. Medication management can help prevent drug interactions and side effects. Our nursing staff will help each patient with all medication management.

Nutritional Counseling & Support

Patients receive education and support around healthy eating habits and nutrition. Nutritional counseling and support can be incredibly beneficial for patients who are looking to improve their overall health and wellness. A qualified nutritionist will help individuals identify areas in their diet that may need improvement, set realistic goals, and provide ongoing support to help them make lasting changes.

Psychiatric Evaluation/follow ups

A psychiatric evaluation is a process whereby a mental health professional attempts to assess the psychological well-being of an individual. It usually involves taking a history from the person being evaluated, as well as from family members or others who know him or her well. The mental health professional will also often administer psychological tests in order to get a better sense of the individual's mental state. The purpose of a psychiatric evaluation is to determine whether or not the individual suffers from any mental disorders and, if so, to what degree.

Routine Blood Work

Routine blood work is an important part of maintaining your health. By having blood drawn and tests performed regularly, you can catch potential problems early and get the treatment you need to stay healthy. Blood tests can also give your doctor important information about how your body is functioning.

Safety Planning

A safety plan is a personalized plan that outlines specific steps an individual can take to manage suicidal thoughts, including identifying support systems, creating a list of coping strategies, and developing a crisis response plan. Safety planning is an important part of keeping yourself safe, so take the time to consider what will work best for you and make sure you have a few solid plans in place. Our therapists will work on this plan with you.

Short Term Disability & FMLA Assistance

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides certain protections for employees who need to take time off for their own health or to care for a sick family member. We will help you with any paperwork that your HR department provides and make sure to fill out any necessary forms.

Spiritual & Religious Support

Spiritual and religious support: Patients receive support from chaplains, spiritual leaders, or counselors who provide guidance and support in matters related to faith and spirituality.

Treatment Planning

Behavioral health treatment planning is a process that helps professionals develop individualized treatment plans for patients. The process begins with an assessment of the patient’s needs and goals. From there, a plan is developed that includes specific interventions and activities designed to help the patient reach their goals. Treatment plans are often reviewed and updated as the patient’s needs change.

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