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Mental Health Programs

Mental health impacts every area of our lives. The mind is the organ of consciousness. It’s the lens through which we experience the world. If it isn’t healthy, it results in a less fulfilling life. Our relative psychological health, furthermore, affects the people we love. So much of a person’s success and happiness – however that may be defined – is contingent on his or her mental health.

While it may seem obvious that this dimension of overall health should be examined with as much attention as physical health, mental health too often doesn’t get it. We see that mental health is too often taken for granted in the modern world. Far too many people live with symptoms that undermine their quality of life because they either lack awareness of what’s within a “normal” range or believe that little can be done to relieve their pain. Or sometimes, they think it’s a matter of discipline and fortitude, believing that if they can just “tough it out,” their symptoms will subside, or they can “white-knuckle” it.

What Are Levels of Care?

Levels of care correspond to criteria associated with different degrees of mental illness acuity. In plain language, these levels determine how much treatment a patient receives each day, linked to the severity of his or her mental illness. This ensures standardization in treatment for effective patient care. This system also helps clinicians at other facilities and health insurance providers know what level of care a patient has received in past.

Clinical Excellence Is Our Foundation

The Sylvia Brafman Mental Health Center is renowned for clinical excellence in treating mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, OCD, and PTSD among other diagnoses. To supplement this intensive focus on mental health diagnoses, our substance abuse and dual-diagnosis tracks provide the attention co-occurring disorders deserve in a more thorough and nuanced fashion than typical drug and alcohol rehabs.

We offer unparalleled clinical and medical attention to mental health disorders. This is our priority – establishing a clinical backbone of the highest caliber, one that is aligned with our mission to be a standard bearer for mental health treatment and dual diagnosis care.

We believe the most effective treatment is care that directly engages both the patient and family in healing. Building patients up emotionally while being honest and transparent is a delicate balance that we aim to perfect. It is critical to us that each patients patient completes our program with knowledge of their condition and practical tools to manage it.

Our Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization (PHP)

Partial Hospitalization (PHP)

PHP for mental health is a form of treatment where patients receive mental health treatment for 6 hours a day, 5 days a week.

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Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient Program participants generally only visit the treatment facility for scheduled therapy sessions 3 times a week for 3 hours a time.

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Outpatient Program (OP)

Outpatient Program (OP)

OP is the final level of care in our treatment program and connects clients to therapeutic resources at SBMHC while attending work or school.

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Core Mental Health Program Structures

Table of the Core Program structure

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