Compassion Behavioral Health offers treatment for individuals with co-occurring disorders. What sets Compassion Behavioral Health from other treatment facilities is the ability and willingness to treat individuals with severe mental health issues. Moreover, Compassion Behavioral Health offers two tracks of treatment for all clients. There is a Mental Health track offered for clients who have a substance abuse issue but are primarily affected by a mental health disorder; and there is a Substance Abuse track offered for clients have a mental health diagnosis but are primarily affected by a substance abuse issue.
While in our care, clients who are placed in the Mental Health Track attend the following groups: Skill Building, DBT Skills, Gender Process Group, Experiential Learning, Anger Management, Meditation, Healthy Coping Skills, Identifying Warning Signs, Processing Feelings, Managing Mental Health Diagnosis Education, Trauma, Mental Health Stigma, CBT, Developing Interpersonal Skills, Family Dynamics, ADLs/Self Care: Learning to take care of yourself, Goal Setting and Life Skills. The Substance Abuse Track consists of the following groups: Relapse Prevention, Denial Management, Skill Building, Gender Process Group, Experiential Learning, Anger Management, Processing Feelings, Healthy Coping Skills, Meditation, working a Program, Neurobiology of Addiction, Trauma, PAWS/Cravings, Nutrition, CBT, Family Dynamics, ADLS/Self Care: Learning to take care of yourself, Interpersonal Skills and Life Skills.
Various modalities are incorporated into group, individual and family counseling. The following modalities are in either group, individual, or family counseling or in both: Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychoeducational and EMDR. In addition to the therapeutic modalities presented to the clients, Compassion Behavioral Health also provides psychiatric and medical services for all clients on a weekly basis.
Three levels of care are offered at Compassion Behavioral Health: Day/Night with Community Housing, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient. While in Day/Night with Community Housing, clients engage in a minimum 25 (usually 36) hours of clinical services (group, family, individual, psychiatric consultation and medical consultation) Monday through Saturday. In addition to participating in clinical services clients are supervised by Behavioral Health Technicians 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the clinical building as well as the community housing. At Intensive Outpatient level of care clients either participate in group sessions five times a week Monday-Friday for a total of 15 hours or three times a week for a total of 9 hours in addition to one weekly hour of individual therapy; the number of sessions attended weekly is at the discretion of the client and clinical team. At outpatient level of care clients engage in one group session per week in addition to one weekly individual session.