We have long been recognized as a leader in providing quality care for members of our community with psychological and addictive concerns.
Our highly-trained team of professionals includes psychiatrists, addictionologist, psychologists, psychotherapists, nurses, family therapists, social workers, and certified alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) counselors.
These professionals work together to serve children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
If you feel powerless over drugs or alcohol, remember that you are fighting a chronic disease and you need help. Treatment does work, but it is a lifelong process
A team consisting of an addictionologist, behavioral health nurse, AODA counselors, and family and activity therapists provide detoxification for adults. Psychiatric consultation is readily available from staff. To treat patients, an individual plan is developed based on a complete physical and addictive medicine evaluation. The treatment plan may include:
- Individual sessions with AODA counselors
- Group therapy
- Family assessment, education and support
- Discharge planning
- Nutritional assessment
- Patient education classes
- Community meetings
- Therapeutic activity therapy
- Medication education
- Psychological assessment and psychotherapy
- 12-step support group meeting attendance
Individual evaluations, specific programming, individual therapy and group therapy are available for any adolescent or adult with a demonstrated need for addiction services. An addictionologist, family counselor and AODA counselors provide a full continuum of care to patients, including working with family and friends and utilizing a wide range of community resources.
Specific Programs Include:
- Day treatment
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Relapse prevention group
- Family treatment
- Adolescent substance abuse program
- Dual diagnosis treatment
Mental Health Services
There are many mental health conditions that require clinical care by a physician or other healthcare professional, and Agnesian HealthCare has assembled an award-winning team to help you through these seasons of life.
Crisis observation, short-term care and acute psychiatric care are provided for adults (18 and older). The Inpatient Mental Health Unit at St. Agnes Hospital includes semi-private rooms, several large group therapy rooms, a community patient lounge, dining area, recreation and exercise area, library and private consultation rooms. The unit is locked to best meet the safety and security needs of our patients and staff.
Psychiatrists, psychologists, neuropsychologists and therapists provide individual evaluation and therapy to people whose behavior, thoughts and feelings have become disruptive to functioning normally. Individual therapy is available for:
- Adjustment to life trauma
- Anxiety and stress management
- Health issues related to headaches and chronic pain
- Anger management
- Child, adolescent and adult behavioral disorders
- Academic difficulties
- Relationship issues
- Specific group therapies