Bipolar Disorder Residential Treatment for Adults

Bipolar disorder affects an estimated 4.4% of Americans in their lifetime, and yet it can be an incredibly isolating and frustrating experience. Help is available. If you or your loved one are looking for treatment, or your current treatment plan is not working, residential treatment may be an option worth exploring. 

Lindner Center of HOPE provides residential treatment for many mental health and addiction disorders including bipolar disorder. We provide a home-like environment where patients can focus on their treatment free from the distractions of everyday life. 

What is Residential Treatment?

Residential treatment provides patients with the opportunity to focus their energy solely on their recovery. Bipolar disorder can be debilitating and affect every facet of your life, from personal to professional. 

At Lindner Center of HOPE we treat bipolar disorder with a series of proven methods in a comfortable environment. This includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), medication, and talk therapy.

What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?

Bipolar disorder, sometimes referred to as manic depressive disorder, is a mental disorder categorized by dramatic shifts in mood that can lead to emotional highs and lows catergorized as mania and depression. 

Mania 

A person experiencing mania can experience feelings of euphoria, having increased energy, or being unusually irritable. Mania can affect a person’s sleep, energy level, sense of judgment, and behavior. 

Depression 

Depression can cause individuals to feel hopeless or lose interest in activities. Depression can affect a person’s sleep, relationships, work, and physical health. 

Bipolar disorder is a lifelong disorder however it can be managed with psychotherapy, medications, and other treatments. 

When is Residential Treatment the Right Choice for Bipolar Disorder?

Choosing residential mental health treatment can be a scary and big decision for you or your loved one. But often it can be the right decision. When is residential treatment the right choice?

Residential treatment can possibly be the right choice if you experience the following:

  • Someone who has found that their current treatment plan is no longer working for them.
  • Someone who needs to separate themselves from the stresses of everyday life to manage their bipolar disorder.

Individuals who are considering residential treatment for their bipolar disorder should always consult with their doctors or medical providers for more information. A doctor or medical provider can provide referrals and more information about possible treatment routes.

Still Have Questions?

If you or your loved one is in crisis, call 911 right away.

If you or your loved one is considering residential treatment for their bipolar disorder help is available. Lindner Center of HOPE offers comprehensive care with evidence based treatment in a home like setting. If you still have questions we are here to help you with all your needs. Take charge of your mental health today.

About Lindner Center of HOPE

At Lindner Center of HOPE we focus on evidence based treatment and offer exceptional personal care. Our residence based treatment at Lindner Center of HOPE offers individuals a comfortable and home-like setting to confront their bipolar disorder and work towards an appropriate treatment plan. 

Seeking out information about residential treatment is the first step. If you’re on this page you’ve taken that step, let us help you take the next one. 

“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


happy-brunette-woman“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


brunette-young-woman“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


orange-t-shirt-man“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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