Four Stage Program
Programs & Services
The Stadter Center offers programming for both Mental Illness and Chemical Dependency.
The Stadter Center provides progressive and holistic mental health care for children, adolescents and adults.
Chemical Dependency and Dual Diagnosis
Our intensive inpatient, residential and partial hospitalization programs for adults and adolescents include a solid base of medication management, twelve-step recovery concepts, family of origin issues, group therapy, nutritional counseling, and experiential therapies.
Before any patient begins our treatment program, it is necessary to have them go through a process in order to better understand their needs.
The process is as follows:
Evaluation for Admission
Initial contact with the patient and/or patient’s family is facilitated through the Access Coordinator who is responsible for all potential admissions. An evaluation is completed in coordination with the physician to determine appropriate level of care.
An admission interview is completed to identify what specifically is occurring. The interview contains a six-page form that touches on items such as financial responsibility, risk factors, mental health status, family medical and psychiatric history, drug and/or alcohol usage, and more.
Orientation to Program
Both the individual receiving treatment and family members receive orientation to the Program.
Review of Policies, Structures and Expectations
To ensure the patient has a solid understanding of the program a review of policies, structures and expectations will take place.
The initial day of treatment will follow the admission process with a comprehensive orientation to programming and the facility. Medications will likely, but not always, begin on day one. This may change dependent upon the individual’s response to the medication prescribed, as well as the findings in the evaluation/assessment process.
The patient will begin participation in various evaluations and the integration into "Primary" group. Primary group is utilized to define personal issues and gain insight into one’s self. It continues throughout all stages of treatment, and is a relevant aspect of the Family Program, which is the core of the treatment at The Stadter Center.
At The Stadter Center, we provide a four stage treatment program
that is centered around the Family Program as its core.
You can learn more in depth information regarding our treatment programs by calling the Stadter Center at 1.866.772.2500.
Common Disorders treated at The Stadter Center:
This disorder is not just temporary or situational sadness, but a persistent and pervasive feeling of sadness or hopelessness that is often associated with weight loss (or gain), sleep disturbances, physical symptoms, disturbances of sexual function and feelings of guilt or self-blame, worthlessness, fatigue, loss of interest in life and/or usual activities.
This is a chronic disease. A person who has developed the disease will have it for life. It is a progressive disease which causes physical, emotional and social problems. Left untreated chemical dependency can be fatal.
It is quite common for people to experience difficulties with both an emotional illness and drugs and/or alcohol. At The Stadter Center, we treat both conditions simultaneously. Treatment for chemical dependency involves group therapy, education about alcohol and drugs, exercise, proper nutrition, and participation in a 12-step based recovery program. We work together to empower patients to make positive life-changing choices and to enjoy life without relying on chemicals.
Also known as manic-depressive illness, Bipolar is a mental illness involving episodes of serious mania and depression. The person's mood usually swings from overly "high" (excessive spending, hypersexuality, rapid speech) and irritable to "low" (sad, hopeless, suicidal thoughts) and then back again, with periods of normal mood in between. The person can experience behavioral difficulties as consequences of "highs" and "lows."
This is an illness that produces an intense, often unrealistic and excessive state of apprehension and fear. This may or may not occur during, or in anticipation of, a specific situation, and may be accompanied by a rise in blood pressure, increased heart rate, rapid breathing, nausea, and other signs of agitation or discomfort.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD):
A debilitating condition that often follows a terrifying physical or emotional event causing the person who survived the event to have persistent, frightening thoughts and memories, or flashbacks, of the ordeal. Persons with PTSD often feel chronically, emotionally numb.