Center Category: Rehab Centers
A Joint Commission accredited psychiatric hospital, Cumberland Hall was founded in 1987. Located in Hopkinsville, Ky, the center opened a modern 97-bed hospital in 2012.
Cumberland Hall Hospital offers age-specific specialized inpatient treatment tracks for people having chemical dependency, psychiatric disorders, and co-occurring disorders. It also provides medically monitored detox services. A treatment track for military personnel is also offered by the center.
Both the civilian and military residential treatment tracks at Cumberland Hall Hospital have 28-bed capacity. A total of 24 beds are set aside for adolescent substance abuse track. As mentioned above, the facility is modern, has sleek furniture, dove grey walls, and lots of sunlight. Residents share gender-specific rooms, each coming with ensuite bathroom. The rooms have twin beds, nightstands, as well as bulletin boards for displaying the unframed family photos. The military wing has a military structure and has a dedicated staff having military backgrounds.
Residents having co-occurring disorders are housed in a separate wing by Cumberland Hall Hospital. Six beds are offered for children who need dual diagnosis support.
All residents are served three meals a day. A team of licensed dietitians prepares the meals. Snacks are provided twice a day. The menu includes entrée choices such as beef chips or roasted chicken, sides like fresh seasonal veggies and mashed potatoes. A salad bar is also provided to residents. Medically necessary dietary restrictions are accommodated. Restrictions to adhere to religious requirements are also accommodated.
After gaining admission into the program, residents take part in an initial behavioral and mental health assessment, the results of which are used for preparing a customized treatment curriculum. If the residents require detoxification, the center offers a three-to-five day long detox process; residents then are transitioned to the inpatient program for chemical dependency.
The center offers an inpatient chemical dependency treatment track for adults and adolescents. The adult inpatient treatment track lasts for 28 days and is based on the 12-step recovery model. Residents in this track take part in Big Book studies, attend 12-step meetings on the campus, and perform the associated “step-work.” Residents also engage in a group, individual, and family sessions, and structured educational classes. The primary treatment approach is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
The chemical dependency inpatient treatment track offered by Cumberland for adolescents (aged 13 to 17) involves on-site schooling for six hours every day during the school year and four hours during the summer. The track of adolescents also includes recreational therapy and pet therapy.
Adolescents and adult patients undergoing dual diagnosis treatment receive medication management. The facility also offers crisis intervention as well as short-term inpatient programs for individuals having a primary psychiatric disorder. Treatment under this track involves medication monitoring as well as management, pharmacological intervention, counseling sessions, psychoeducational classes, and therapeutic activities. Residents undergoing this track typically stay for a week to ten days.
Cumberland Hall also offers a treatment track for military personnel. This program focuses on the requirements of active service members and veterans who are struggling with psychiatric difficulties and/or chemical dependency.
The treatment team of Cumberland Hall Hospital comprises a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, mental health technicians, certified drug and alcohol counselors, social workers, and recreational therapists.
Approximately $24,000 (30 days). The center accepts Kentucky Medicaid, Medicare, Indiana Medicaid, and TRICARE.
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