CenterPointe Campus for Hope Philosophy
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Areas of Specialization
Outpatient, Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
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ABOUT CENTERPOINTE CAMPUS FOR HOPE
CenterPointe operates more than two dozen programs in Nebraska, serving individuals experiencing homelessness and low income. In Omaha, and providing support for five surrounding counties, Campus for Hope offers short- and long-term residential treatment for adults struggling with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. The facility follows a harm reduction model and takes pride in supporting diverse individuals, including those on the LGBTQ scale, and those who are religious and nonreligious.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Both Campus for Hope residential programs provide 42 hours of programming per week, centered on group therapy and education. Men and women who have received a dual diagnosis of serious mental illness and addiction address the interaction between their disorders during an average rehab stay of about six months. The addiction-only program is about 45 days.
In addition to group counseling, individual and family sessions are provided, along with nursing, psychiatric, and nutritional care. Residents participate in recreational therapy, life skills training, and various educational and therapy approaches, which include the trauma-oriented Seeking Safety and the self-empowerment Smart Recovery programs. Attendance at community 12-step meetings is also encouraged for clients who find it helpful.
The multidisciplinary team includes licensed alcohol and drug counselors, psychiatric nurses, and master's level social workers and therapists.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Living arrangements are simple, with shared bedrooms and limited storage space, according to the facility's website. All meals are provided. Visitation is pre-approved and scheduled on weekends, with increasing time away from the rehab center permitted as individuals move forward in recovery. Phones are available for use, but personal cellphones and other electronic communication devices are restricted.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The two alumni polled by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing praised the program for its outcomes and staff. They gave four and five stars out of five, respectively, for the effectiveness of treatment and five stars each for the level of staff training and experience. Alum Diane described staff members as caring and going "above and beyond their job descriptions to help others." Survey responses also reflected the non-religious, 12-step-alternative approach to rehab offered by Campus for Hope, while at the same time indicating limited opportunities for holistic treatment.
Accommodations received overall high ratings, with four or five stars from each for meals, nutrition, and the building's cleanliness and upkeep. One rated opportunities for exercise and leisure activity highly, while the other gave just two stars. Likewise, these alumni's opinions were split on the facility's policies regarding use of phones and the internet. Tori wrote that the program's restrictions "allowed me to focus on myself and prepare me for the real world."
Alumni feedback on Google was also positive, with three perfect five-star ratings.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Two loved ones polled by Rehabs.com provided mixed opinions. One awarded the effectiveness of treatment five stars and the other just three. Their likelihood to recommend the program to others was split in the same way. The more critical respondent identified group counseling as a strength, but characterized counselors simply as "competent." By contrast, the other loved one, a parent, rated staff experience five stars and praised the program's emphasis on structure and accountability.
A third reviewer on Rehabs.com highly recommended the facility for its dedicated, compassionate, and professional staff.
Fees are assessed on a sliding scale for many clients. Medicaid and some private insurance plans are also accepted.
According to an October 2016 Omaha.com article, Campus for Hope was previously operated by Catholic Charities, from whom CenterPointe took over. Detox services are now operated by another organization.
Published on June 2017
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