Outpatient (Intensive & Regular)

Part of an evidenced-based treatment program,  teams go out into the community to support clients who have not benefited from more traditional services and are frequent users of emergency, inpatient, state hospital and legal services. Consisting of a supervisor, prescriber, nurses, clinicians, case managers and a certified recovery specialist, each team has an on-call crisis phone available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Adult Outpatient Services for Persons with Serious Mental Illness

    Eskenazi Health Midtown Adult Outpatient primarily serves those with psychotic disorders and severe mood disorders who need some level of case management due to loss of functioning in multiple areas of their lives.


    Services

    • Case management
    • Individual and group training for activities of daily living
    • Individual and group therapy
    • Full psychiatric nursing services including medication training and monitoring
    • Psychiatric evaluation by a provider
  • Intensive Adult Outpatient Services for Persons with Serious Mental Illness

    The Eskenazi Health Midtown Intensive Adult Outpatient program is composed of two teams: Team Genesis and Team Impact. Both provide intensive wraparound services to adults with serious mental illness who have not had success with traditional outpatient support. Clients must be 18 years or older and have experienced recent hospitalization, jail, crisis services, homelessness or a combination of these factors.

    Primarily community-based, each team is composed of a team leader, a prescriber, nursing staff, care coordinators and clinicians.


    Services

    • Community-based services
    • Individual and group therapy
    • Skills training
    • Case management services 

    Each team has an on-call crisis phone available 24/7; services are provided 365 days per year.

  • Borderline Awareness Skills for Empowerment Program (BASE)

    The BASE program serves the adult population (ages 18 & up) with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. The main focus of BASE is group treatment and the client must agree to commit to weekly group sessions prior to being referred. The program uses Schema-Focused Therapy, an evidence-based practice integrative approach to treatment that combines the best aspects of cognitive-behavioral, experiential, interpersonal and psychoanalytic therapies into one unified model. This therapy has shown remarkable results in helping people to change negative ("maladaptive") patterns that they have lived with for a long time, even when other methods and efforts have been largely unsuccessful.


    Services

    • Individual and group therapy
    • Group Therapy
    • Medication management
    • Life skills training
    • Case management services

    Patients who qualify for this program must be able to read and write at least at a 5th-grade level, and do not have a lifetime psychotic disorder such schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder or a narcissistic or antisocial personality disorder.


    Contact Information:

    5610 Crawfordsville Road, Suite 22
    Indianapolis, IN 46224
    Main: 317.244.2792
    Fax: 317.243.2328

  • Mood Disorder Program

    The Mood Disorder program serves the adult population (ages 18 & up) who have issues with anxiety, depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder. The client must have insurance and verify their insurance is still active prior to making the referral.


    Services

    • Individual and group therapy
    • Group Therapy
    • Medication management
    • Life skills training
    • Case management services

    Contact Information:

    5610 Crawfordsville Road, Suite 22
    Indianapolis, IN 46224
    Main: 317.244.2792
    Fax: 317.243.2328

  • Brief Solutions Team

    The Eskenazi Health Midtown Brief Solutions Team serves the adult population, ages 18 and older, who have issues with anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder.


    It offers individual and group therapy as well as medication management services. Clients are offered five individual counseling sessions and then re-evaluated for their need for treatment. If a client needs more intensive services, six weeks of group therapy are provided. Once clients have returned for a follow-up appointment after their intake, they may schedule an appointment for a medication evaluation.


    This program is available at Eskenazi Health 850 Meridian Center.


    For more information on this program, please contact Eskenazi Health Midtown Access Services at 317.880.8491.

  • Stabilization, Treatment & Rehabilitation Services Program (STARS)

    Eskenazi Health Midtown STARS (Stabilization, Treatment & Rehabilitation Services) Program provides specialized services to individuals with a mental illness and concurrent intellectual/developmental disability.


    Staffed with psychiatric clinicians, nurses, care coordinators and psychiatrists, clients are offered a variety of services including individual therapy, group therapy, case management and psychiatric follow-along support. Acute services are also available through Eskenazi Health Midtown’s continuum of treatment. Additionally, clients have access to Eskenazi Health Midtown Glad Writings Card Shop and Supported Employment Program.


    The philosophy of treatment is based on the recovery- and strengths-based treatment models in which individuals are evaluated in the context of their strengths and supports, recognizing that having a purpose in life (e.g., a job) and a support system (e.g., family and friends) are variables that predict stabilization. Identifying mental illness symptomatology in individuals with intellectual disability is a particular diagnostic challenge. Appropriate diagnosis and treatment depend on intensive collaboration with a residential team/family and tracking symptoms over a period of time until a clear diagnosis is made. The family/residential service/behavior specialist is an integral member of the team.


    Clients are assigned to a clinician or care coordinator, depending on their needs, with this individual serving as the primary contact for treatment and connections to all mental health care at the STARS Program.


    Therapy is individualized but often based on a problem-solving or adapted cognitive behavioral therapy. Clients are provided psychoeducation regarding their diagnosis and symptoms along with coping strategies to manage them. Group therapy is also offered. Through group process, individuals develop problem-solving and coping skills to increase independence.


    Case management and skill-building training are offered to individuals who may not benefit from traditional therapies. These services focus on identifying challenges to stability and growing meaningful activity to ensure an individual’s psychiatric stability is obtained. 


    This program is available at 1659 N. College Ave.


    For more information on this program, please contact Eskenazi Health Midtown Access Services at 317.880.8491.

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