Residential Mental Health Program

Midwest Recovery Centers’ Residential Mental Health Program provides innovative and scientifically-proven approaches to help individuals overcome mental health challenges and reclaim their lives. Our comprehensive program is designed to address the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being of each patient over a 45 day stay. Our goal is to reduce the barriers to successful mental health management by providing the medical and therapeutic tools essential to each patient’s success and ensuring they have the necessary support in place.

What We Offer

  • 45-Day Program: Our program consists of 45 days of inpatient programming, during which patients receive intensive therapy while learning coping mechanisms, self care strategies and medication management.
  • Holistic Healing: We believe in treating the whole person, not just their symptoms. Our holistic approach addresses physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health to promote lasting well-being.
  • Safe Residential Environment: Learning to manage a mental illness is challenging in the best of environments. The challenge is even greater for those living in an unsupportive environment or one filled with stressors. Our Residential Mental Health Program is carefully designed to provide a safe, nurturing residential environment where patients receive the support they need as they learn to manage stressors and other triggers that threaten their mental health.
  • Transition to Independent Living: We prepare our patients for a successful transition back to independent living, equipping them with the tools and strategies needed to maintain their mental health and overall wellness.
  • Ongoing Support: While our program concludes at 45 days, our dedicated therapists and case managers will ensure that each patient receives appropriate resources and guidance to continue their care beyond our program.

Stigma Can be a Barrier to Treatment

When members of the community, the mentally ill person’s family, and even the person themself attach shame and other negative connotations to mental illness, they are less likely to seek treatment, fearing they will be judged or rejected. Education is an essential component of the Midwest Mental Health Program as we help our patients, and their families, understand that mental illness is a chronic but treatable condition they can learn to successfully manage.

Why an Integrated Health Care Plan is Essential

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), millions of Americans struggle with co-occurring physical, mental health, and substance use issues. Research finds that the best outcomes occur with an integrated health care approach that addresses all aspects of the patient’s health. An integrated approach means your doctors, therapy team, and other health care experts are working together to treat your physical and mental health.

 

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Mental Wellness
TMS
Precision Medicine
Personal Trainer
Psych NP
Therapy & Case Management
Dietician Nutrition
Primary Care

Precision Medicine

Medications are often key to managing physical and mental health conditions. Until recently, doctors have had to rely on trial and error with medications – if one doesn’t work, they prescribe another. Exciting and profound changes in the form of pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing use a person’s DNA to determine how their bodies process a specific medication. Results help determine whether the medication is appropriate for the individual and their likelihood of experiencing certain side effects. We obtain a DNA sample during each patient’s initial intake to ensure they are prescribed the most appropriate medication.

PGX DNA Meds

Medications are often key to managing physical and mental health conditions. Until recently, doctors have had to rely on trial and error with medications – if one doesn’t work, they prescribe another. Exciting and profound changes in the form of pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing use a person’s DNA to determine how their bodies process a specific medication. Results help determine whether the medication is appropriate for the individual and their likelihood of experiencing certain side effects. We obtain a DNA sample during each patient’s initial intake to ensure they are prescribed the most appropriate medication.

Pysch NP

Patients will have access to Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners with attending Psychiatrists in the expert handling and building of their individualized care plan. All RNs on staff are trained in specialized Mental Health Care. Our Medical team are extremely versed in the field of mental health disorders and the comorbidities that may accompany them. We understand that patients must feel seen, heard and empathized with, in order for them to feel secure enough to actively participate in their individualized plan.

Therapy & Case Management

We utilize both group and individual therapy, in which licensed professionals build the most effective treatment plan goals for that individual. Group therapy modalities include (CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (ACT) Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, (DBT) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, (SE) Somatic Experiencing, Psychoeducational Groups, Experiential Groups, Spiritual Psychology, Art Therapy, Creative Writing, Yoga, Mindfulness, Light Therapy as well as Process Groups. Our licensed therapists meet patients individually in a step down approach starting twice per week, to hand craft the unique recovery plan to achieve overall mental wellness, cessation from troubling symptoms, and time to address the root causes of the patient's current disorder. Our Case Management team will begin meeting with the patients the moment they step in the door, to build an aftercare plan that will ensure they carry their recovery process back out into the world.

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

This therapy is noninvasive, utilizing a series of short magnetic pulses to simulate nerve cells in regions of the brain linked to major depressive disorders. TMS is highly effective for the treatment of addiction, anxiety,, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, various forms of chronic pain, and treatment-resistant depression. TMS is administered 5 days a week for 6 weeks and concludes within the 45-day treatment program.

Personal Training

A personal trainer will craft an individualized plan for each patient as physical activity is shown to improve mood. There is more research to the effectiveness of physical exercise than there is on medications, and we utilize this often overlooked modality to both support and improve our patient's mental health and mood disorders. This is done utilizing the most up to date and evidence based exercise regimens based on our specific patients needs. Yoga is also utilized as a holistic piece of group exercise therapy.

Primary Care

Our team also utilizes Primary Care Practitioners to address the overall health and needs of each patient, in an effort to fully encompass a plan that is inclusive of their physical health and how it integrates with their mental health. Our PGX DNA testing allows the practitioners to review a host of medications used not just for mental health but also for primary health needs as well. This testing ensures both accuracy and utility of care performed by our Primary Care Practitioners.

Dietitian & Nutrition

Education and guidance by a Registered Dietician (RD) to address nutritional health including gut health, as diet can profoundly affect mood. Our team will be curating a diet based on the individual’s diagnosed mental health condition to help reduce symptoms.

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