Wellstone Regional Hospital
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
Wellstone Regional Hospital located at 2700 Vissing Park Road in Jeffersonville, Indiana, is a rehabilitation center that helps those who are seeking assistance for alcohol and drug addiction. Wellstone Regional Hospital provides addicts of the ages 18+ with professional addiction treatment as well as counseling and guidance in order to ensure their success in recovery. With the assistance of addiction advisors and therapists, addicts will have the opportunity to live a life that is free of substance abuse.
The overarching goal of the various treatment programs at Wellstone Regional Hospital is to supply patients with the necessary treatment that will allow for a full recovery. With some of the most effective treatment methods available, patients will have the best chance of obtaining a sustained substance-free life. Through crafting a personalized treatment program that is based on the individual's unique addiction, recovery can be obtained. In as little as 90-days, patients who attend Wellstone Regional Hospital can be free of the addiction that has controlled their lives. It's time to get the necessary help needed in order to overcome drug and alcohol abuse and substance dependency.
Since each individual's addiction is unique, a personalized approach to addiction care is needed and that is exactly what Wellstone Regional Hospital offers. Through adopting vital coping skills and trigger management mechanisms, addicts will gain the knowledge necessary in order to reenter society with a positive mindset. This is the foundation for a future that is free of substance abuse.
Many addicts choose the route of tackling addiction on their own. While this may seem like a good idea, addiction is so much more than just a bad habit or lack of willpower. Addiction is a progressive, mental disease that requires professional medical attention, detox, and intense treatment in order to overcome.
Those who are dependent on drugs, alcohol, or other addictive substances, as well as those who find themselves indulging in addictive tendencies, should contact Wellstone Regional Hospital in Jeffersonville, Indiana now. This will allow addicts to learn how quality treatment can help them regain control of their lives and the freedom lost to addiction. By receiving effective treatment such as behavioral counseling, therapy, and relapse prevention, patients can feel content and fulfilled once again. Visit Wellstone Regional Hospital online today at www.wellstonehospital.com.
3.0 1 month ago
I I mean it was a good place but I still missed home it's just the people that were very strict
5.0 3 months ago
I have had a great experience working with the staff at Wellstone. The immediate service they provide to children in crisis is fantastic, and I love the after care options/resources they give to families at the end of their hospital stay.
5.0 3 months ago
We refer to Wellstone Regional Hospital and have had good reports. The staff is very professional and we have all always had a good rapport with them. When we need help with a client they are always there.
5.0 3 months ago
As a School Social Worker, I work with many community mental health agencies. Wellstone Regional Hospital services many of the families in our community and is a wonderful partner. Their free assessments are essentials in families getting the care that they need; and staff there are always willing to collaborate with the schools as long as there is parent permission. Mental health treatment is not something that can occur in isolation. Having agencies that are willing to collaborate is a necessity. In addition to providing services for students and their families, Wellstone also provides opportunities for learning through their "lunch and learn" series. I have found these opportunities to be beneficial in maintaining and broadening my my knowledge of critical mental health issues.
5.0 3 months ago
They had great doctors who were always ready to assist us.
5.0 7 months ago
I went there it was great especially the food it was great the staff was really nice the groups were really helpful too
5.0 10 months ago
As a healthcare professional, I have seen great results from Wellstone with Geriatric Patients struggling with Alzheimer's and/or Dementia. The physicians and social workers are very thorough in their approach to find a resolution to the individual's crisis. I have personally witnessed the support and guidance that is given to families in their time of need as their loved one is going through treatment. I would definitely recommend!
3.0 1 year ago
My stay at Wellstone was helpful, but not helpful as well. I got placed on the Adolescent Unit in November and my first night there, I shared a room with a 16 year old girl. I was and am only 13 so anybody could agree with me here that me being placed in that room was wrong. They specifically told me after evaluation that i'd be in a room with someone the same age as me, to 2 years older than me (13-15) since I asked them. They did move me rooms, but not until a day before i was discharged. There was an open room when I got there, there was one bed left and not really any reason why I couldn't have it. I was placed there a day before my best friend's death anniversary. She died April 10 of 2016. My second day there was rough, but I did manage to get through my day until I completely broke down in the shower, and I also could not get any sleep that night either since I was having nightmares of my best friend. So when a nurse was doing "cues" or "bedcheck" she noticed me sitting up on my bed, crying, and she asked if I was okay. I obviously told her the story and then she offered a cup of water. So i did go get a cup of water and then sat by the nurse's station to drink it. I was still crying, and I couldn't stop so this really nice nurse, her name is Amy, she talked to me for almost 20 minutes and she really did make me feel better, about my nightmares, my bestfriend, like everything was okay. So I went back to sleep. Now for the food, I never got to taste it, I only could smell it and even that was enough to make me nauseous and throw up. I got placed on a clear-liquid diet for the rest of my stay and lost 10lbs while at it. I tried a cheeseburger on my last day there, and the meat was absolutely undercooked. It was pink, hard, raw, it was disgusting and just made me want to get sick again. The other patients on my unit. Some of them were nice to me and we befriended each other. But I had some altercations with two girls. One girl i'm pretty sure was just there for aggression, but she would always make snide comments about me while sitting next to me. I had to excuse myself one time to go to the "quiet room" so refrain from going completely off the wall. The other girl, she just kept staring at me and acted like she had some sort of problem with me, laughed at EVERYTHING I said, it really annoyed me even though she didn't start doing it until her second day there but my last day there. She kept staring at me on my last day there, thankfully my mom arrived before I did go off at her and ruin my chances of leaving. My social worker, Kelly, I have to say was very helpful with going over our plan. If you could recommend social workers, i'd recommend her. And there were 2 staff members that I think of when I think of Wellstone's Female Adolescent Unit and that's Sydney and Claire. They were my favorite people. Always made sure that I got what I needed, that people were nice to me when it was their shift. They're both really good people. I was admitted to Wellstone for suicidal ideations, having a plan to commit suicide, depression. I kind of felt that the depression subject wasn't tackled as much in our "Groups" as it should be. They only talked about Depression once, and it didn't last but 5 minutes. Everything else was drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and aggression. So I did kind of feel like my issues didn't matter. I wouldn't recommend Wellstone if you're looking for Treatment on the Adolescent Unit, that's just my opinion.