Center Category: Rehab Centers
The Brook Hospital was established in 1985 in Louisville, Kentucky. For nearly 35 years, The Brook Hospital has been offering its clients a continuum of care that includes detox, inpatient, outpatient, as well as aftercare services.
The center operates two facilities – Dupont and KMI (formerly Kentucky Military Institute).
The center’s KMI location provides addiction and mental health treatment services to adults and adolescents using 12-step recovery and evidence-based methods. The center also offers support for co-occurring disorders.
The KMI facility has 94 beds in double-occupancy rooms; of the 94, 56 are set aside for adults. The hall is segregated by age, which allows the clients to stay with their peers. Several rooms dot the hallway, each furnished with dressers, desks, twin beds, and a bathroom. While rooms are segregated based on gender, the rest of the campus is co-ed.
The housing unit has a large living area furnished with comfortable couches. It also has various board games that can be played during the down time.
There is also a game room that is equipped with a Foosball table, ping pong table, and equipment for working out. Residents can also utilize the basketball court and rock climbing wall. All recreational amenities are a part of the weekly treatment.
Residents enjoy three meals, prepared on-site, served cafeteria-style. The menu has various standard American options such as pasta, pizza, soups, salads, lasagna, cold, and hot sandwiches.
Residents who enroll at KMI begin their treatment with an intake assessment. Based on the results, a customized treatment plan is created to suit the client’s psychiatric and medical needs. Medication management is offered to clients having co-occurring disorders. Medically monitored detox is provided to necessary clients.
The KMI facility encourages its residents to stay for about eight weeks. Groups are segregated based on gender and age. They attend group and individual therapies, 12-step meetings, art therapy, recreational and occupational therapies, as well as aftercare planning.
While the adolescent group consists of residents aged 13 to 18, the adult group has residents aged 18 and above.
All groups addresses topics like treating addiction as a disease, relapse prevention, substance abuse education, anxiety, coping skills, anger management, and depression. There are, however, some variations. For instance, an adolescent group for teenage girls will address eating disorders. Adult women, on the other hand, will have topics that address trauma.
Individual sessions are held once weekly for an hour, but additional sessions can be scheduled, as needed.
The staff at the KMI facility consists of a psychiatrist, CSWs, CASACs, and CTRs.
Besides the programs mentioned above, KMI does provide outpatient programs focusing on substance abuse for teens and adults. These programs typically run for five to six weeks and are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 5:30 – 8:30 pm.
KMI also offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for its adult patients. The duration of this is four weeks and consists of group sessions held six days a week from 9:00 am to noon.
KMI also provides outpatient dual diagnosis programs for adolescents and adults. The adolescent dual-diagnosis group meets five days a week, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm for 14 days. During this time, the teens attend on-site school.
The dual-diagnosis group for adults also meets for 14 days, five days a week, Monday through Friday, noon till 2:00 pm.
All residents who complete the program are offered aftercare services for a year, at no additional cost.
Approximately $3,500 (inpatient, 30 days); approx. $1000 (dual diagnosis outpatient, 30 days; approx. $250 per week); approx. $150 per group (outpatient).
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