LifeSpring Health Systems is a network of nonprofit community centers that span the state of Indiana. Founded in 1964, it originated as a clinic for underprivileged children and has grown into a 15-facility network, offering inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment. Unfortunately, only Indiana state residents are able to take advantage of LifeSpring services at this time.
Accommodations and Food
The hub of LifeSpring is its Recovery Campus, located in the heart of Jeffersonville, Indiana–a recently remodeled, 10,000- square-foot facility for all of their substance abuse and addiction treatment programs. For residential care, there are 27 beds available and clients share rooms with one other same-sex roommate. A media room with a TV and public computer are available for evening use. Personal electronics, computers and cell phones are not permitted. There is also a basketball court on site.
Residents of the Recovery Campus start their day at 7 am, followed by a simple breakfast at 8 am. A local nursing home (with a fully-functioning commercial kitchen) caters lunch and dinner, both of which include an entrée, salad and a dessert. Those with specific dietary needs are given extra options. Caffeine and smoking are not permitted on site.
Treatment and Staff
Residential treatment at LifeSpring begins with an assessment so that an individualized treatment plan can be designed for each client. Schedules vary from client to client but all days consist of some variation of individual therapy, group therapy and 12-step meetings. Outpatient clients are assigned a therapist who also creates an individualized treatment program for them.
LifeSpring offers an on-site detox for $350 a day plus the cost of any medication. This process lasts about five days and is supervised by a physician. For those without insurance or who are unable to afford detox or treatment, a grant from the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction will cover or supplement the cost.
LifeSpring staff is made up of psychiatrists, LCSWs, nurses and a physician.
LifeSpring has made several programs available to the community. There is an aftercare group that meets weekly and offers support to clients who want to stay connected. There is also the PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) program that provides free services to people who are experiencing homelessness and suffering from a serious mental illness and substance abuse.
With a newly remodeled facility, state funding exclusive to Indiana residents and their social outreach program, LifeSpring is a great choice for those seeking well-rounded treatment from highly trained professionals as part of a system that supports its community.
LifeSpring Health Systems
404 Spring St
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
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