Prairie St. John’s provides inpatient, substance use residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and clinic services to adults, ages 18 and older experiencing a behavioral health crisis or substance use challenges.
Adult Treatment Components
Treatment for each adult is administered by a multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals led by a psychiatrist. Team members may include:
- mental health therapists
- social workers
- activity therapists
- substance abuse counselors
The treatment process begins with a comprehensive evaluation to help diagnose any underlying medical or biochemical origins of disease. An individualized plan of care is written to meet the special needs of each patient.
Our Program Continuum
The following care options are available for adults, ages 18 and older:
- Acute Inpatient
- Substance Use Residential Treatment
- Outpatient Day Program (Partial Hospital Program)
- Intensive Outpatient Program for Substance Use
- Outpatient Therapy
Today, substance use disorders are recognized as life-threatening diseases and Prairie St. John’s philosophy regards them as treatable medical illnesses. Emphasis is placed on learning relapse prevention skills. Discharge meetings are held with family and, if appropriate, employers to strengthen patients on their road to recovery.
Therapeutic components may include:
- family therapy
- group therapy
- drug/alcohol education
- recreational therapy
- activity therapy
- medication education
- music therapy
For more information on treatment options for adults and other programs in Prairie St. John’s continuum of care, or to schedule a no-charge assessment, please call 701-476-7200.