In order to get the most out of your treatment at Beckett Springs it is important that you work with the staff to develop your own personalized treatment plan. The Beckett Springs treatment team will provide an in-depth treatment schedule to assist you in getting the very most out of your treatment stay.
Beckett Springs has the ability to provide a variety of programs that support the patient’s primary diagnoses through offering multiple treatment tracks. This affords patients with varying level of needs with quality-treatment options. It is Beckett Springs’s responsibility to align patients with the appropriate treatment tracks to meet their needs and consistent with the medical necessity criteria set forth by patient’s insurance coverage and ordered by a physician. Program tracks are identified based off of the patient’s presenting needs and primary diagnoses. Once established, a patient is enrolled into the track that best meets their needs – chemical dependency, co-occurring disorders, or mental wellness tracks.
The co-occurring track supports patients needing chemical dependence treatment as well as mental health recovery. This program uses a variety of evidence based psychotherapy models including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Enhancement Therapy. Treatment provides psychoeducational topics and education about the interrelatedness of the disorders and the importance of compliance and stability for each disorder. Motivational interviewing techniques are used to help engage the patient and provide a springboard for patient education. Co-occurring tracks often use resources such as Hazelden and The Matrix Model Learn more about our co-occurring disorders program.
Chemical Dependency Track offers a psychoeducational component and evidence based treatment modalities are used to support patients in exploring skills, challenge thought process, and implement new skills. Some evidence based modalities include Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Relapse Prevention Therapy. Regular and random drug screens occur for patients enrolled within this track. Patients who receive Medication Assisted Treatment, MAT, receive random drug tests on a weekly basis. Family involvement is a component of this program, specifically involving a patient family into the programming. Patients are accountable for their involvement in the enrollment and engagement in support meetings such as AA, NA, SMART, Celebrate Recovery, etc. Support meetings are offered to patients enrolled in inpatient and outpatient services. Learn more in our drug and alcohol addiction treatment section.
Hospitalization is necessary when patients are suffering from severe mental health issues that require constant monitoring for their safety as well as the safety of others. This could include symptoms such as suicidal ideations, homicidal ideations, function impairment such as delusions that impact their safety, or a patient going through detox that has the potential for clinically significant withdrawal symptoms.
Patients who are in the medication management program are seen typically one time per month if recently discharged from outpatient services, one time per quarter if symptoms have been managed with current prescriptions or at a frequency deemed necessary with the medical provider. All patients receiving medication management will receive a full evaluation prior to the start of medication management.
Inpatients meet daily with a psychiatrist. Partial hospitalization patients see a psychiatrist at least once per week Intensive outpatients see a psychiatrist at least once per month. Those under our medication management program are supervised by a medical provider of psychiatric services.
Yes, bring all of the medications you are currently taking (including OTC meds and inhalers) for verification. (These will be sent home if possible.)