inpatient mental health treatment

Are you suffering from a mental health disorder? Or are you watching a loved one struggle, wishing you could help? Lucida’s inpatient mental health treatment program may be the answer. We offer residential treatment for people with mental health problems, including those who are also struggling with addiction. You’ll get customized treatment programs with therapy options that have been proven effective.

Why Seek Mental Health Treatment?

Problems such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and personality disorders don’t only affect your mental health. They can take a serious toll on your physical health too. Untreated mental illness can increase your risk of heart disease, ulcers and substance abuse.

When you suffer from mental health problems, it’s harder to do what you need to at home and at work. Relationships with family and friends may break down. Life isn’t as satisfying as it used to be.

Help is available. The inpatient mental health treatment program at Lucida in Lantana, FL can change your life in so many ways.

  • Develop new coping skills to replace ineffective or destructive ones, such as substance abuse
  • Improve communication and relationships
  • Build a support network with other people who share similar problems
  • Learn to share openly and fearlessly
  • Talk about issues that are important to you
  • Learn decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Improve your ability to contribute at work, at home and in your community
  • Boost your quality of life and overall satisfaction

Comprehensive Residential Mental Health Treatment for Complex Issues

Lucida offers inpatient mental health treatment for:

  • Mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder
  • Personality disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Other mental health issues, including trauma-related issues

We also treat substance abuse, both as a primary diagnosis and as a dual diagnosis.

Often, clients come to us for specific problems, but as they move through their treatment plan, they discover underlying issues. This could be substance abuse or a personality disorder. To help our clients manage these issues, we offer an integrated team of psychiatrists, therapists and nurses. Our treatment teams have the training and expertise to deal with multiple complex problems at the same time.

At Lucida, our goal is to help you stop mental health issues from getting in the way of the life you want. Call us at 844-874-8503 to take the first step.

Work Toward Better Mental Health

When You Call Lucida

When you call Lucida at 844-874-8503, we can arrange for:

  • A free and confidential assessment
  • A tour of our mental health treatment facility in Florida
  • A meeting with our admissions team

People with co-occurring substance abuse problems might need to complete medically assisted detox before they stay with us. When this is the case, we can recommend a trusted local detox facility.

The Lucida Mental Health Treatment Program

When you come to Lucida, treatment starts with a biopsychosocial assessment. This means our team assesses your health based on a range of factors, including:

  • Biological
  • Psychological
  • Social

After the assessment, you’ll work with a treatment team that includes a psychiatrist and one or more therapists. You and your team will develop a custom treatment plan of therapy and other activities, so you address your specific mental health issues.

Lucida offers evidence-based treatments and alternative therapy, including:

  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy skills
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Trauma resolution therapies, such as EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
  • Self-help support meetings, including SMART Recovery®, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Adult Children of Alcoholics and Codependents Anonymous
  • Psychiatric care and medication management
  • Mental health education
  • Yoga
  • Family therapy program
  • Comprehensive continuing care planning

What Happens After Treatment?

Maintaining good mental health is a lifelong project. Once you complete the Lucida program, you’ll return home with new skills you can use to help you stay healthy.

We’ll also provide referrals to clinicians, physicians and support groups to make sure you get plenty of support at home.

About Lucida

Lucida is located by the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, Florida. Men and women stay in separate private or semi-private rooms or suites in townhomes adjacent to the Lucida treatment center.

In addition to comfortable, modern accommodations, we offer an onsite fitness center and swimming pool, so you can recover mentally and physically.

Insurance

Lucida is in-network with a number of insurance carriers. In some cases, you might be covered even if you’re an out-of-network client, so be sure to call us to confirm. We also offer private payment options. We can work with your insurance carrier to make sure you receive the maximum coverage possible.

Getting to Lucida

We can help coordinate travel for new clients, their families, and their travel companions. We can also provide support for intervention services, if needed.

Support for Families

At Lucida, we offer a full-day family program one weekend a month to promote healing for the whole family. It’s also designed to teach loved ones how they can best support one another during recovery, using role play, process groups, and education sessions.

Additionally, we have a weekly family therapy option, either in person or over the phone. With your permission, your loved ones can talk to your primary therapist for progress updates.

Make Today the Day You Choose a Better Life

Learning to manage mental illness is hard work. But it’s worth it, because a healthier, more fulfilled life is your reward. Get started by calling Lucida at 844-874-8503.

The Lucida inpatient mental health treatment program could be your chance to improve your mental health, once and for all. Don’t wait another day to get started.

This entry was posted on August 1, 2017 and modified on April 28, 2019