St. Vincent Kokomo Trinity House Services

1907 West Sycamore Street, Kokomo, Indiana, 46904

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4.1

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ABOUT ST. VINCENT KOKOMO TRINITY HOUSE SERVICES

St. Vincent Hospital's psychiatric wing, Trinity House, in Kokomo, Ind., provides behavioral health assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors struggling with psychiatric, emotional, and addiction disorders. Trinity House offers a variety of programs, including inpatient care, standard and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs, partial hospitalization program (PHP), and emergency 24-hour crisis services. Detoxification is also offered on-site.

According to a 2017 SAMHSA survey, 8.5 percent of rehab programs in Indiana are hospital inpatient. The same survey indicates that 12.8 percent offer PHP and 45.2 percent offer IOP.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

All treatment programs begin with a psychiatric evaluation. Adults and adolescents struggling with psychiatric and emotional concerns, such as depression, anxiety, and stress, will undergo psychological and neuropsychological testing.

Treatment modalities include individual and family therapy, anger management, play therapy, electroconvulsive therapy, and medication management. Trinity also offers couples/marital therapy, a service available at 72.1 percent of rehabs in Indiana.

Treatment for chemical dependency includes most of the above modalities. Additionally, acupuncture is offered as a detoxification method. Clients must complete detox before enrolling in the inpatient program.

IOP is offered three times per week. Continuing care for graduates is also available. There is also Christian-based programming, known as the Renewal Treatment Services, which is offered in the inpatient program and outpatient-based care by appointment.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The multidisciplinary staff at St. Vincent includes board-certified psychiatrists in adult, children, and adolescent psychiatry. The hospital also employs licensed social workers and counselors, masters-level therapists, and nurses.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

No information regarding living arrangements and related offerings is provided by St. Vincent's website at this time of writing. However, three individuals surveyed by Rehabs.com to date on the matter gave a three, four, and five out of five-star rating for the facility's cleanliness.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Three anonymous alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com to date gave mixed feedback of Trinity House. Two of the three alumni recommended treatment at the facility and complimented staff. Both gave four- and five-star ratings to most of the more granular categories they evaluated, including holistic offerings, affordability of the program, and cleanliness of the facilities. One anonymous reviewer wrote in a representative review: "Excellent at giving you resources. They are very caring. However, they give you too much down time."

However, the third alum called it a "decent program" and gave one- and two-stars to 12 of 15 metrics evaluated. Select categories received low ratings from all three alumni, including exercise and leisure options and 12-step facilitation.

Reviews on third-party sites were mixed but skewed negative. On CiteHealth, four reviewers gave mixed feedback with an average of 2.5 out of five stars.[1] Feedback on Google from eight reviewers contributed to a 2.1 out of five-star average rating.[2] Numerous reviewers complained about a specific doctor, calling him "arrogant" and "rude." Two individuals warned against attending the facility. However, three alumni between both sites gave positive reviews. “This place works," wrote alum Christina on Google in a representative review.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

The lone loved one surveyed by Rehabs.com to date gave a positive review overall. The anonymous loved one wrote: "My daughter was a herion addict,this place saved her life,clean for 2 years very intensive program. detox and medicine to stop withdraw. weakness cannot keep a doctor for an exstended time frame."

WHAT STAFF SAY

The one staff member polled by Rehabs.com to date gave the facility positive feedback, offering five-star ratings for the facility's honesty, the staff's level of experience, its affordability, and the facility's dedication to patient interest. The staff member highlighted the facility's "Love, compassionate, and supportive" as its strengths.

FINANCING

Though specific pricing information is not provided, St. Vincent's website indicated that it accepts most insurance coverage plans.

[1] http://citehealth.com/rehab-centers/indiana/cities/kokomo/st-joseph-hospital-health-center
[2] GoogleReviews

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4 Reviews

4.1/5
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    4.3/5
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    3.8/5
  • Meals & Nutrition
    4.3/5
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  • Anonymous
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    My daughter was a herion addict,this place saved her life,clean for 2 years very intensive program. detox and medicine to stop withdraw. weakness cannot keep a doctor for an exstended time frame.
  • Anonymous
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    A decent program.
  • Anonymous
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    Excellent at giving you resources. They are very caring. However, they give you too much down time.
  • Anonymous
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    Good AA program , well maintained staff and you watch vcr of uplifting movies. You have the ability to talk to someone when you are down.

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