Lasting Hope Recovery Center
Adult psychiatric facility
Lasting Hope Recovery Center
Mental illness doesn't have any demographics. It doesn't have any socio-economic boundaries. Mental illness can affect anyone. At Lasting Hope Recovery Center, patients find comfort and a team of caring professionals working for them.
The environment is designed around the psychiatric needs of the patient. The psychiatric assessment center is truly the front door. It is a place where people in crisis can come and find help. They walk in from the street. They come from home or the doctor's office. Police can bring patients in; they may even come from other hospitals. The job at Lasting Hope is to find out why a patient is here - what brought them to this point.
A 64-bed adult psychiatric facility, Lasting Hope Recovery Center is a place of healing. All of the rooms are private. Our team of experts cares for those patients who have nobody to turn to. They understand what it feels like to not be able to get out of bed in the morning or not be able to put down that last drink. They understand the pain that is often indescribable.
You won't find the stereotypical white walls, bars on the windows, and plastic furniture. You will find a calm, peaceful place designed to help in healing. There is a chapel area for patients to meditate or pray. There are internal courtyards so you can take in the fresh air. All patients are encouraged to spend time with one another.
At CHI Health Lasting Hope Recovery Center:
- Patients experiencing mental illness and multi-occurring substance abuse disorders receive high-quality care.
- Law enforcement has a psychiatric "home-base" for people experiencing a crisis because of their mental illness.
- Families have access to expertise and support.
- Educators and students will train in an enhanced mental health facility.
Often times, mental illness and substance abuse occur at the same time. The Lasting Hope Recovery Center offers an entire range of treatment and prevention services to meet the needs of patients experiencing both challenges. Treatment is built on personal strengths and support systems that treat individuals experiencing these illnesses.
The Lasting Hope Recovery Center uses a Trauma Informed Care model to provide for the immediate needs of those in crisis. The center follows a multi-occurring treatment model, meaning that patients with a mental illness and a substance abuse diagnosis will have both addressed within their treatment plan. The center also incorporates evidence-based practices, such as Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) and Peer Support Specialists.
Most Commonly Treated Conditions:
- Major Depression
- Bipolar Disorder
- Schizoaffective Disorder
- Multi-occurring Substance Use Disorders
The Assessment Center
The Assessment Center at Lasting Hope Recovery Center provides crisis intervention services for individuals of all ages who present or call in a psychiatric emergency. Staffed with psychiatric trained nurses, the patient, family or referral source can be assured of timely, supportive interventions at the appropriate level of care. The Assessment Center responds to the psychiatric crisis line. It also serves as the after-hours call center for our outpatient clinics. The center determines a level of care and coordinates admissions to the appropriate service or program. All individuals who contact the Assessment Center will be offered recommendations and treatment options. The Assessment Center will facilitate the acquisition of all emergent services.
Adults who present with or call in a psychiatric emergency.
24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To help individuals with emergency psychiatric concerns to obtain appropriate services.
All individuals who contact the Assessment Center will be offered recommendations and treatment options. The Assessment Center will facilitate the acquisition of all emergent services.
The Assessment Center is staffed by Lasting Hope psychiatric nursing staff. There is a psychiatrist available for consultation regarding assessments.
Call the The Assessment Center at (402) 717-HOPE (4673) or 1 (800) 523-7294.