Based out of Brooklyn, New York,is a multi-faceted non-profit hospital providing a number of medical and behavioral health services to the community including , short-term , and Partial Hospitalization Programs ( ) for chemical dependency and mental health.
Accommodations and Food
The hospital-style facility is equipped with a total of 287 beds; 120 of which are set aside for mental health clients, 20 for detox and 20 for behavioral health. With a fairly clinical atmosphere, clients can expect to share rooms with other residents just as they would at any hospital. All meals are provided by the facility’s cafeteria and features standard American fare.
Treatment and Staff
Detox and short-term inpatient stabilization are available in the Poly-substance Detox Unit. This phase of treatment involves around-the-clock medical supervision and Mdual diagnosis care will find Interfaith Medical Center ideal, with clinical care for mental health concerns as well as treatment for chemical dependency.for up to a week, though lengths of stay are somewhat flexible. There is also an option of an ambulatory maintenance program, where clients who are addicted to opiates are administered medication at the hospital but then return home. Those requiring
Once stabilized, clients can transition into the Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program (CDOS) or the PHP, which differ only in the number of treatment hours. Both programs work within the confines ofusing Although not required, clients are encouraged to attend off-site meetings during treatment.
Staff consists of doctors, psychiatrists,, RNs, s, LMSWs and art therapists.
Aside from behavioral health services, clients in need of dental, gynecological and pediatric care will find the services comprehensive. Additionally, physical rehabilitation—like physical therapy and neuropathic therapies—are also available as is pastoral care and spiritual counseling.
Interfaith Medical Center is a well-equipped medical facility offering a range of services for substance abuse treatment, mental health care, medical assistance and social needs. From detox to basic outpatient services, its programs provide plenty of medical supervision and evidenced-based care—laying down a solid foundation for recovery. With the medical component and credentialed staff, programs at Interfaith Medical Center are especially good for clients who struggle with co-occurring disorders.
Interfaith Medical Center
1545 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11213
Interfaith Medical Center Outpatient Cost: Sliding scale, Medicare and Medicaid accepted Reach Interfaith Medical Center by phone at (718) 613-4000 or by email at. Find Interfaith Medical Center on
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