Schizophrenia Residential Treatment for Adults

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that can include very serious symptoms, such as psychotic episodes. The disorder often presents itself in a patient’s late teen years to their early thirties.

Patients suffering from schizophrenia can sometimes be left in a cycle that can feel hopeless.  Often, when a patient’s psychosis is stabilized it can be difficult to know the next step. That’s where we come in. Lindner Center of HOPE is committed to meeting patients where they are at in their treatment journey. We provide a supportive environment for patients and families in continuing treatment. With a supportive and safe environment we help patients navigate their complex mental illnesses and return to life as soon, and as safely as possible.

When is Residential Treatment Right for Adults with Schizophrenia?

Dealing with a psychotic break can be disorienting for a patient and their loved ones. Knowing which steps to take next can be confusing once a patient has passed through the initial emergency.

We can provide care for patients who:

  • Are in recovery from their first psychotic break.
  • Are not ready to return to their normal life and work.
  • Are still suffering in the wake of a psychotic episode or a manic episode.
  • Are experiencing thoughts of self-harm or are at a greater risk for self-harm.
  • Are not responding to their current treatment plan.
  • Are no longer meeting criteria for acute patient care but aren’t ready to return to day-to-day life.

Lindner Center of HOPE can provide a safe and stabilizing environment for patients to focus on the next steps in their treatment plan. Residential treatment gives patients a home-like environment that allows patients to recover and build new steps and habits to bring into their everyday life.

What Does a Residential Treatment Plan Look Like For a Patient With Schizophrenia?

We offer exceptional and personal care based on the patient’s specific needs. Groups for these patients can help patients to focus on strengthening their coping skills and life skills to lead a more stable life. Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) patients can begin to change their relationship to their significant emotional pain and become more psychologically flexible.

In the residential track these patients can work on:

  • Motivation
  • Behavioral plans
  • Stabilizing any current psychotic symptoms
  • Engaging in mindful and goal-directed activities
  • Increasing a patient’s readiness for potential testing

A carefully curated treatment plan can help to put a patient on the right track for their recovery plan. And if needed, patients can be moved to acute inpatient care right on the same campus if their symptoms require it.

About Lindner Center of HOPE

Here at Lindner Center of HOPE we focus on evidence based treatment and exceptional personal care. Our residential treatment gives patients a home-like and safe environment to focus on a treatment plan that works for them. Along with having a safe environment to work on their personal treatment plan patients and loved ones can rest assured that acute inpatient care is close by if they need to step up their level of care.

Recovering from a psychotic episode can be scary, and seeking out help can seem even scarier. But if you’re reading this page you’ve already taken the most important step, the first one. Take the second one with us.

“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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