Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital

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Santa Rosa CaliforniaThe Basics

Based in Corona, California, Signature Healthcare Services is one of the largest networks of private psychiatric hospitals in the country. It delivers mental health and substance abuse treatment services for children, adolescents and adults in ten hospitals. There are facilities in California, Arizona, Nevada, Illinois and in multiple locations throughout Texas. Each hospital delivers a continuum of care, accepting clients on a voluntary basis.

The Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital is located in Santa Rosa, California and offers acute inpatient psychiatric treatment and outpatient treatment for those struggling with substance abuse. The chemical dependency programs include an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). Aurora Santa Rosa specializes in the treatment of clients with co-occurring disorders.

Treatment and Staff

Clients admitted to Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital are admitted after a thorough assessment. Those with a psychiatric component along with chemical dependency issues may be admitted to the acute psychiatric treatment facility. Inpatient treatment for substance abuse is not offered directly through Aurora at this facility and medical detox is not available. Clients in need of those services are offered referrals.

The PHP and IOP are available for chemically dependent clients who wish to avoid hospitalization. The PHP is 12 weeks, Mondays to Fridays, from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm. The IOP runs three days a week, for three hours a day, either in the mornings or the evenings, usually for an average of eight weeks. This program allows clients the ability to attend work and other commitments while still receiving treatment. Psychiatrists, therapists, mental health counselors, CSWs, LADCs and an activity/recreational therapist supervise both programs. Those requiring dual diagnosis support are assessed, and medication management is provided. Sessions are designed to specifically address the needs of these clients.

Treatment services include crisis intervention, consultation, education, individual therapy and group therapy. All programs are highly structured and individualized. Sessions focus on education, relapse prevention and life skills. Attendance at 12-step meetings is encouraged, but not required.

Extras

Family therapy as well as education and support groups are available for the loved ones of clients in treatment.

In Summary

Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital specializes in treating clients with co-occurring disorders. While inpatient treatment is not available, the PHP and IOP are good resources for those who need a serious level of care but wish to avoid hospitalization. The freedom to attend work and other commitments while still receiving treatment is a distinct advantage for some clients, while more intensive treatment may be appropriate for others. Overall, this is a great facility for those seekingĀ outpatient treatment with an emphasis on dual diagnosis support.

Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital
1287 Fulton Rd
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital Cost: $1,200 (for 30 days). Reach Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital by phone at (707) 800-7700.

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  1. More damaged than when I went in… I don’t have a way to describe the experience I had there besides I have another type of trauma to add to my current list. I had come here as a last resort in my mind and can’t help but feel punished for trying to receive help I did and still do desperately need. Not everyone was terrible to me but the overall time spent there is something that is going to take some time getting over. To me this is just an example of how horrifically broken our mental health care system is.

  2. Fix the staffs training, they need way more, get rid of the rude staff members, PLEASE. I know at least one rude staff member is still working in Auroras adolescent unit. Get rid of her seriously. I was traumatized. My last experience there left me more damaged than I was before and I don’t want anybody else going through something like I did there.

  3. This place sucks. Some of the staff were good, the GOOD staff got moved recently and there are new people. There are still bad staff still there! I was personally traumatized there by SOME of the staff, but other staff were amazing! My doctor was amazing! My social workers were beyond stellar! Want to know how to improve Aurora? ASK/EVAULATE THE PATIENTS.

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