The Brook Hospital – KMI offers a highly structured Women’s Rehab Dual Inpatient Program that utilizes the Recovery Dynamics evidence-based treatment model for treating chemically dependent female adults (ages 18 and over). This program is designed to treat women with dual issues which include chemical dependency, trauma, anxiety, depression and relationship issues. The women’s rehab dual inpatient program is a highly structured intensive program which provides a unique opportunity for the patient to address issues unique to the female population.
The Women’s Rehab Dual Inpatient Program services include the following:
A secure milieu with 24-hour skilled nursing care
Thorough assessment and monitoring by a registered nurse experienced in assessment and treatment of chemically dependent individuals and development of an initial treatment plan
Evaluation and crisis stabilization by a multidisciplinary team (including a nurse, certified chemical dependency counselor, social worker, activity therapist, psychologist and dietitian) directed by a psychiatrist
Psychiatric evaluation by a psychiatrist
Physical examination and intervention by a physician
Pharmacological interventions as indicated
Development of an individualized master treatment plan by a multidisciplinary team which is problem-oriented, goal-directed, contains measurable objectives and addresses criteria for discharge
Development of a comprehensive discharge plan
Educational groups which focus on the disease process of chemical dependency, using the Recovery Dynamics method of counseling which includes the 12 Steps of AA/NA and relapse prevention
Therapeutic groups that address the areas of denial, feelings (including shame, guilt and anger) assertiveness, problem-solving, grief resolution, life planning, stress and coping skills, self-image, trauma, social skills, recreational therapy and art therapy
Individual therapy and family therapy as needed
Group therapy and educational groups for family members and/or significant others
Following completion of the Women’s Rehab Dual Inpatient Program, an appropriate referral is then made for the patient to continue treatment in the least restrictive level of care possible (i.e., partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient and aftercare program). The level of care recommended is determined by the individual needs of the patient.
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