Our programs are based on individual recovery and care planning for each person coming into the BCMHA. We offer a wide variety of professional support to meet the client’s needs.
Each client will be assigned a multidisciplinary team that will work with them on care planning.
The program is divided into two phases: Assessment/Stabilization followed by Treatment/Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
After the initial Assessment/Stabilization period of approximately one to three months, which takes place in locked units, the client will transfer to one of the two open treatment units for Treatment/Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
In the treatment units, many different clinical staff members will support the client in achieving their goals.
All clients are expected to engage in group therapy treatment that focuses on healthy living and addiction and mental health issues, including a minimum of three daily groups.
While at BCMHA, we will ensure clients have the opportunity to stay in contact with their home health authority liaison to discuss progress and make plans for their return to the home community.
The amount of time spent at the BCMHA will vary depending on the client’s individual needs.
Most clients complete their treatment within six to nine months. Nine months is the maximum length of stay.
Preparing for treatment
Your home health authority liaison will provide you with a client brochure outlining what to expect from the program and what to bring.