Residential Treatment Centers for Adults in Cincinnati
If you or a loved one is suffering from a mental health illness or addiction, contact Lindner Center of HOPE for information about our residential programs. If you are in a dangerous situation, facing an emergency or need help immediately, call 911.
If you are a doctor looking to refer a patient, call 513-536-0537 or download one of our residential referral forms here.
Many adults suffer from mental health issues and addiction disorders. At times the struggle may feel hopeless, but help is available. Mental health and addiction treatment residential programs help individuals suffering from mental health conditions by providing 24-hour care in a supportive and therapeutic space. This space gives patients the space and support they need to focus on their recovery.
This page will provide you with information about residential treatment centers for adults in Cincinnati and answer any questions you may have on what path is best for you or your loved one.
What We Provide
Here at Lindner Center of HOPE we provide a safe and contained environment where patients can focus solely on their recovery. We have comprehensive residential mental health and addiction services providing patients with diagnostic and treatment options to meet their needs.
Our expert clinicians draw upon their years of experiences to treat depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders, psychotic disorders, addictive disorders, and more.
How to Find a Residential Treatment Center
Choosing the right residential treatment center can be an overwhelming experience, but also an extremely important one for you or your loved one. There are several treatment centers in Cincinnati and the surrounding area, but how do you choose the right one?
When choosing a residential treatment center it is important to consider the following.
- First, speak with your doctor or healthcare provider. They’ll be able to provide you with resources and possibly a referral tailored to your specific need.
- Research which mental health residential treatment centers cater best to your needs. Different facilities may specialize in different disorders or illnesses.
- The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services will be able to provide you with resources and information about what might be the best path of action for you or your loved one.
- If you have someone in your life that has struggled with a similar situation, talk to them to gain insight from any advice they might have.
Tips for Evaluating a Residential Mental Health Facility in Cincinnati
Choosing the correct residential mental health facility for you or your loved one is an extremely important choice. But it can also be an overwhelming one. Residential treatment centers vary in approach to treatment, amenities, length of stay, cost, and success rates. There are important factors to consider while evaluating a residential mental health facility.
- Make sure the facility is licensed by the appropriate state or national accrediting body. This can vary from state to state. In Ohio facility licenses are renewed every two years by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
- Make sure the facility treats your illness or disorder. Consulting with a doctor or healthcare provider is an excellent way to find the right facility for you. Ask about this facility’s success rate with your specific illness or disorder.
- Speak with an admissions representative or a financial counselor to discuss cost. Many facilities will accept insurance and financial aid or payment plans may be an option.
- Find a facility that makes you comfortable. Some facilities are smaller with just a few residents, some are larger and operate more like campuses. If you can, visit facilities to get a feel for the environment.
When is Residential Mental Health the Right Choice?
There are many different paths to recovery and a better life when seeking treatment for mental health issues or addiction disorders. But when should you choose residential mental health care?
Residential mental health care may be the right choice in the following circumstances.
- For patients transitioning out of an inpatient program in a hospital setting.
- Those whose current treatment plan is not working for them.
- Those seeking further stabilization and ongoing diagnostic treatment.
- Those whose mental health or addictive disorders are causing problems in their interpersonal lives.
This is not an exhaustive list of those who should possibly seek residential mental health care. Always consult with a doctor or healthcare provider if you have more questions about seeking treatment.
Types of Residential Treatment Centers for Adults in Cincinnati
Public and private Ohio mental health and/or addiction residential treatment facilities for adults are reviewed and licensed every two years by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and categorized into three different types:
- Type 1 offers room and board, personal care services, and certified mental health and/or addiction treatment services to adults, children, or adolescents.
- Type 2 offers room and board, personal care, and certified mental health and/or addiction services to a maximum of two adults, children, or adolescents.
- Type 3 offers room and board and certified mental health and/or addiction treatment services to five or more adults.
There are several licensed facilities in Ohio that offer adult residential mental health treatment programs, adult residential addiction treatment programs, or both. These inpatient treatment programs vary in length of stay, from short-term (90 days or less) to long-term (one to two years).
How Long Does Treatment at a Residential Mental Health Facility Take?
Treatment time varies across facilities and programs depending upon patient need. There are short term facilities and long term facilities. A short term program would be a treatment plan for 90 days or less, a long term program could last up to one or two years.
At Lindner Center of HOPE we offer two residential programs for adults.
- A 10-day diagnostic assessment or stabilizing evaluation.
- A 28-day program of intensive therapy treatment and counseling.
About Lindner Center of HOPE
At Lindner Center of HOPE we offer exceptional and personal care. We focus on evidence based treatment. Residence based treatment at Lindner Center of HOPE allows individuals to confront their mental health and addiction issues in a comfortable and home-like setting.
If you’re reading this page you’ve already taken the first step. Seeking treatment is an extremely difficult step to take. Reach out to us today, and we can help you take the next few steps.
“I will forever be indebted to the excellent care I received at Sibcy House. I learned that recovery can happen if you have the right diagnosis and are blessed with the high quality care that Sibcy House provides. Thank you, thank you, thank you to the outstanding doctors and staff who make Sibcy House the excellent center of healing that it is. I am so blessed to have been through your program. ”
—Lindner Center of HOPE former resident
“The Lindner Center of HOPE is a wonderful, extremely helpful facility. I would highly recommend to anyone with mental health needs. I feel that it has helped me very much gain the tools, knowledge and treatment to successfully deal with my illness.”
– Lindner Center of HOPE former resident
“I felt important being a patient here. The staff really let me know that they cared about me and cared about what is to become of me. Everyone was very sweet and encouraged participation. I’m glad I was transferred here over other places. It was more helpful than I had expected.”
– Lindner Center of HOPE former resident
“The staff was phenomenal during my stay. As a team, we were able to find the right combination of medications and counseling to help with both my physical symptoms and becoming more in tune with my emotions. I would strongly recommend the Center to anyone struggling with an addiction (whether it be substance abuse or an Eating Disorder), depression, anxiety or any other mental illness. My time spent here almost didn’t feel like a hospital stay, but rather an open atmosphere to voice my opinions and seek the help that I needed.”
– Lindner Center of HOPE former resident
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