Inpatient Treatment for Adults

people talking in group meetingMichiana Behavioral Health’s Adult Inpatient Program treats acute psychiatric and mental health issues for patients age 18 and up. Patients may be experiencing problems with mood disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, grief/loss issues, aging issues, and so much more. This inpatient program stabilizes the most acute symptoms in patients but also works with them to develop better social and coping skills to manage their stressors and triggers. The ultimate goal of treatment is to give our patients the tools they need to improve their quality of life and be productive at home and in their community.

Our interdisciplinary treatment team will work with patients closely to create an individualized treatment plan that targets the emotional and mental needs of the individual. Family involvement is a big part of our programming, so our treatment team works with families, as necessary/available, to help them understand the patient’s illness, what their treatment path looks like, and how to be supportive post-discharge.

Program highlights include:

  • Initial assessment to help identify and treat mental health issues (HIP 2.0 insurance plan eligibility assessment available)
  • Individualized mental health treatment
  • A treatment team that includes psychiatrists, registered nurses, and therapists
  • Evidence-based programming including elements of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Daily programming, including group and family therapy, and daily visit with a psychiatrist
  • Dual diagnosis treatment offered for underlying psychiatric disorders in connection with substance abuse
  • On-site Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting to provide positive social support for those patients with substance use issues.
  • Insight-oriented Group Psychotherapy to provide support and encourage peer to peer learning and improvement
  • Our Family Program, which educates family members on mental health issues, our programming, patient needs, and discharge planning
  • Psychoeducational Groups that provide information to our patient population by clinical, nursing, and direct care staff teaching within their respective field of expertise,
  • Medication management, based on the needs of the patient
  • 24-hour nursing in a locked, secure facility
  • Connection to appropriate aftercare sources and outpatient therapy

Inpatient Treatment for Adults

people talking in group meeting

Michiana Behavioral Health’s Adult Inpatient Program treats acute psychiatric and mental health issues for patients age 18 and up. Patients may be experiencing problems with mood disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, grief/loss issues, aging issues, and so much more. This inpatient program stabilizes the most acute symptoms in patients but also works with them to develop better social and coping skills to manage their stressors and triggers. The ultimate goal of treatment is to give our patients the tools they need to improve their quality of life and be productive at home and in their community.

Our interdisciplinary treatment team will work with patients closely to create an individualized treatment plan that targets the emotional and mental needs of the individual. Family involvement is a big part of our programming, so our treatment team works with families, as necessary/available, to help them understand the patient’s illness, what their treatment path looks like, and how to be supportive post-discharge.

Program highlights include:

  • Initial assessment to help identify and treat mental health issues (HIP 2.0 insurance plan eligibility assessment available)
  • Individualized mental health treatment
  • A treatment team that includes psychiatrists, registered nurses, and therapists
  • Evidence-based programming including elements of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Daily programming, including group and family therapy, and daily visit with a psychiatrist
  • Dual diagnosis treatment offered for underlying psychiatric disorders in connection with substance abuse
  • On-site Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting to provide positive social support for those patients with substance use issues.
  • Insight-oriented Group Psychotherapy to provide support and encourage peer to peer learning and improvement
  • Our Family Program, which educates family members on mental health issues, our programming, patient needs, and discharge planning
  • Psychoeducational Groups that provide information to our patient population by clinical, nursing, and direct care staff teaching within their respective field of expertise,
  • Medication management, based on the needs of the patient
  • 24-hour nursing in a locked, secure facility
  • Connection to appropriate aftercare sources and outpatient therapy
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Our Assessment and Referral specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to schedule a no-cost, mental health assessments. Call 800-795-6252 or visit our facility to get started. For questions about our programs, you can also use our online contact form. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.