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Emotional health is important and affects your everyday life as well as your overall health. Whether you need help during a time of transition or for a long-term need, we have compassionate staff and programs to help you each step of the way.

Help for children, adolescents and adults who may experience:

Why choose us for behavioral health services?

  • highly skilled professionals working on a multidisciplinary team
  • pioneers for innovative treatment programs
  • nationally recognized
  • age and gender specific programming
  • multidisciplinary treatment team including a mental health therapist in every chemical dependency group
  • complete continuum of care from inpatient to partial hospitalization and many outpatient options

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Child-Adolescent Intake Form
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Services

Addiction Services

Addiction Services include:

  • Residential -  includes gender specific programs and flexible lengths of stay to meet client’s needs. Special accommodations can be made for children to stay with their parents while they’re in treatment. 
  • Partial hospitalization - comprehensive, short-term treatment following inpatient mental health care or for patients who are able to function safely without an initial hospital admission. Participants return home at the end of each treatment day.
  • Outpatient programs and services - a variety of options and specialty care to prevent and treat many addiction issues.
  • Intervention services -  for concerned persons or family members who would like to explore helping a loved one enter treatment for alcohol or drug abuse.

Mental Health

Mental health services include:
  • Inpatient behavioral health services – for patients who require mental health or chemical dependency treatment to safely resume their lives and continue treatment on an outpatient basis
  • Partial hospitalization - comprehensive, short-term treatment following inpatient mental health care or for patients who are able to function safely without an initial hospital admission. Participants return home at the end of each treatment day.
  • Outpatient programs and services – a variety of options and specialty care to prevent and treat many emotional and behavioral health needs.

Specialty Programs, Services & Therapies

Specialty Programs include:

  • fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
  • autism spectrum disorders
  • learning disorders
  • intervention
  • dual diagnosis
  • eating disorders
  • relapse

Specialty behavioral health services are available for the unique needs of:

  • women
  • pregnant women
  • parents with children in residential
  • injection drug users
  • older adults
  • professionals

Specialty Therapies include:

  • Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT)
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Integrated dual disorder therapy (IDDT)
  • Illness management and recovery (IMR)
  • Complementary therapy

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Read our Newsletter: Clinical Compass

Fall 2013 (PDF)

Winter 2015 (PDF

 

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St. Cloud Hospital nationally recognized

Optum Platinum14St. Cloud Hospital has been awarded Platinum designation by Optum, formerly known as United Behavioral Health, for the remarkable care provided to mental health inpatients. The Platinum designation is the highest level of achievement given by Optum. Of more than 500 facilities participating in the clinical quality program, St. Cloud Hospital was one of 80 nationwide and the only hospital in Minnesota awarded at the Platinum level.

Platinum distinction by Optum shows we’ve demonstrated: shorter stay (without compromising outcomes), lower cost, better care with less practice variability, better follow up rates that lessen the chance of relapse and fewer readmissions. Learn more

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