The TREATMENT PROGRAM of The Co-op is designed for adults with mental illness who need assessment and clinical intervention in areas related to
- management of a significant mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, PTSD, Major Depression and co-occurring issues of addiction and mental illness.
- medication compliance and an understanding of the biological/metabolic factors that contribute to their mental illness
- repairing damage from psychologically wounding experiences earlier in life, and developing new psychological skills in moving forward with their own social/emotional/sexual development.
- confrontation of behavioral issues that are maladaptive and interfere with healing and growth, replacing such behaviors with age and developmentally appropriate new behaviors
- abstinence from substances that are addictive and that are interfering with the healing and growth of the individual
- life skills development, including employment (on and off campus)- preparation for independent community living
The agency has a psychodynamic orientation to therapy with emphasis on intense individual, family, and group therapies that are supported with an ongoing cognitive therapy approach.
The daily schedule/program for clients in assessment and treatment services include:
- multiple individual (and family) therapy sessions per week
- daily process group therapy six days a week
- daily cognitive therapy (DBT, CBT, CET, etc) six days a week
- If appropriate, daily sobriety work including on-campus classes and off-campus AA/NA meetings
- structured expressive arts daily
- mind/body work daily including yoga, meditation, gym workout and healthy meal planning
Assessment – 1 to 2 months
$15,000 and $12,000 per month
Treatment- up to 4 to 6 months
$8400 per month
Ongoing Treatment if needed after 6 month
$6600 per month