Center Category: Rehab Centers
UofL Health-Peace is a private, not-for-profit hospital that offers behavioral health care. UofL Health-Peace provides a full continuum of substance abuse and behavioral health services for children, adolescents, as well as adults.
Opened in 1951, Our Lady of Peace was acquired by the University of Louisville in 2019 and rechristened as UofL Health-Peace.
The hospital provides a combination of medical detoxification and short-term inpatient care for chemical dependency. Specialized programs are offered by UofL Health-Peace, focusing on children and teens suffering from developmental or intellectual disabilities. It also provides treatment for co-occurring disorders.
After undergoing the initial phase of treatment, the clients can either step down to a Partial Hospital Program (PHP) or the facility’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
UofL Health-Peace is a behavioral health hospital having 220 beds and counts as one of the largest facilities in the US offering psychiatric care. At any given time, the center runs various programs, so the clients and the sleeping arrangements keep on changing. However, the clients are provided with a room that is shared with another client.
Residents undergoing the facility’s residential program are provided three meals every day by the hospital’s cafeteria.
The residents in UofL Health-Peace undergo Pathways to Peace, an inpatient program. The residents attend this program while being in detox. Even though the duration of the program varies, but it does not exceed two weeks.
Pathways to Peace program is a personalized treatment plan and uses an evidence-based treatment model to address issues with substance abuse as well as co-occurring ailments.
Treatment under Pathways to Peace involves being introduced to the 12-step recovery model, family, therapy, CBT, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and relapse prevention strategies. The center does provide gender-specific individual and group therapy sessions.
UofL Health-Peace also provides on-site NA/AA meetings, educational groups, as well as discharge planning services.
The treatment team at UofL Health-Peace comprises of psychiatrists, psychologists, registered nurses, program specialists, spiritual counselors, CADCs, art therapists, and social workers.
The center also has the services of on-staff medical doctors who supervise the detoxification process.
UofL Health-Peace, through the referral centers, offers clients screenings and assessments at no extra charges. The center also provides free aftercare planning to its inpatient alumni, which involves having weekly evening groups.
For its adolescent clients who are suffering from developmental and intellectual disabilities, UofL Health-Peace offers Innovations outpatient program. It uses evidence-based treatment modalities and includes medical and psychiatric help.
Clients attending this program have also to attend Peace Academy, the facility’s fully-accredited school, to make sure they do not lag in their studies.
Clients requiring more intensive treatment get referred to the University of Louisville Hospital, which operates an inpatient unit that offers treatment for patients having severe psychological disorders like schizophrenia.
Varies by insurance.
UofL Health-Peace does accept state and military insurances and Medicaid.
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