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Call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) to request a booklet containing a list of
participating physicians and other healthcare professionals in your area who provide mental health services.

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Treatment Centers

I am in no way endorsing any of these treatment centers. I'm simple making them available for your review.

If you would like to have your treatment facility list here, please e-mail me. Be sure to put "Treatment Centers" in the subject field, or less it may get deleted with my "junk mail".

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment Center

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Eating Disorders


The Center for Eating Disorders - Towson, Maryland

Rogers Memorial Hospital
Located between Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, just 90 miles north of Chicago, Illinois.
For immediate attention or information 24 hours a day, call: 1-800-767-4411.
 
Eating Disorder - Chris Wolfe at 1-800-767-4411, ext. 289

 

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Dissociative / Posttraumatic Stress Symptomatology


The Center - Post-Traumatic & Dissociative Disorders Program at Voices of Women Online, VOWworld web site

Joan A. Turkus, M.D., Medical Director
Barry M. Cohen, M.A., A.T.R., Program Director
Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training
E-mail: thecentr@erols.com

The Psychiatric Institute of Washington - "The Center"

"The Center" is an in-patient unit for Post-traumatic and dissociative patients.

The Psychiatric Institute of Washington
4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20016
(202) 965-8521 or (800) 369-2273

Center for Emotional Trauma Recovery at Lake Chelan - Thomas G. Carlton, M.D. - Medical Director

We specialize in the treatment of DID and other trauma-related disorders. We are a short term, voluntary inpatient facility with an average length of stay around 10 days.

Center for Emotional Trauma Recovery at Lake Chelan, P.O. Box 908, Chelan, WA 98816, USA
Phone 509-682-2948, Fax 509-682-6117
E-mail: tgcmd@televar.com
Web site: http://www.lakechelan.com/cetr/

Colin A. Ross Institute

"The Colin A. Ross Institute was formed to further the understanding of psychological trauma and its consequences by providing educational services, research, and clinical treatment of trauma based disorders."

The Colin A Ross Institute For Psychological Trauma
1701 Gateway, Suite 349
Richardson, TX 75080
Phone: 972-918-9588
Fax: 972-918-9069
rossinst@rossinst.com

Del Amo Hospital

Del Amo Hospital in Torrance, CA ( Torrance is in the greater Los Angeles area) has a unit dedicated to posttraumatic disorders. It's currently part of the "Masters & Johnson" programs directed by Mark Schwarz and Lori Galperin. The program director is Kristen Parker, LCSW. The phone number is 310 530-1151.

Del Amo Hospital in Torrance, CA
( 310) 530-1151

Forrest View Mental Health Services

Forrest View Mental Health Services in Grand Rapids, MI specializes in DID in-patient and out-patient care. The DID unit/program was set up by Colin Ross, MD, former President of ISSD.

Forrest View Mental Health Services
1055 Medical Park Dr., S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49546
1-800-949-8439

McLean Hospital (A Massachusetts General Hospital program)

McLean Hospital has a number of services for patients with trauma-related and dissociative problems including a 20 bed acute inpatient unit, and a Women's Treatment Program that has residential and day treatment components. For inquiries concerning inpatient treatment, please contact Dr. Chu at (617) 855-2761. For inquiries concerning the Women's Treatment Program contact Karen Terk at (617) 855-2346. You can find more information at our web site: http://www.mcleanhospital.org/overviews/distraum_over.htm.

McLean Hospital accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross and many other private insurance plans. Working arrangements also exist with many managed-care companies.

Also see their Menu page.

McLean Hospital - James A. Chu, M.D., Clinical Director
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02178
Telephone 1-800-333-0338

The Psychiatric Institute of Washington - "The Center"

"The Center" is an in-patient unit for Post-traumatic and dissociative patients.

The Psychiatric Institute of Washington
4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20016
(202) 965-8521 or (800) 369-2273

The Center - Post-Traumatic & Dissociative Disorders Program at Voices of Women Online, VOWworld web site

Joan A. Turkus, M.D., Medical Director
Barry M. Cohen, M.A., A.T.R., Program Director
Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training
E-mail: thecentr@erols.com

Sheppard Pratt Health System - Trauma Disorders Programs

Sheppard Pratt Health System is outside Baltimore, Maryland. It has a Dissociative Disorders unit with Richard Loewenstein in charge. Sheppard Pratt Trauma Disorders Programs maintain a research affiliation with Frank W. Putnam, MD, Director of the Unit on Developmental Traumatology at the National Institute of Health. Inquiries about their programs: 1-800-627-0330, ext. 5078 (Outreach Coordinator).

Sheppard Pratt Health System
6501 N. Charles Street
P.O. Box 6815
Baltimore, MD 21285-6815

410-938-3000
Fax: 410-938-3406
1-800-627-0330

Therapy Referral Service
410-938-5000

Trauma Recovery Institute - Intensive Treatment Program (Louis W. Tinnin, MD)

This is a specialized treatment program for post-traumatic conditions, including DID and BPD, that is an alternative to inpatient treatment.

We offer a one week Intensive Individual Outpatient Program of 20 to 30 hours over four or five days designed to resolve post-traumatic stress disorder. For dissociative disorder the one-week module would need to be repeated once or twice, depending on the severity of the condition. The cost of the program averages $100.00 per hour. Pre-authorization is usually required by insurance companies to cover multiple sessions in a single day.

The treatment procedures include hypnosis for narrative processing of traumatic memories (without reliving the experiences), recursive video reviews (taped review of the verbal narrative), art therapy for graphic

narrative processing, and video dialogue for reintegration of traumatic dissociation. The hypnotic narrative processing is facilitated by non-invasive physiological monitoring of pulse and oxygen saturation.

People from out of town usually stay in either the Ramada Inn or the Comfort Inn at reduced rates, within walking distance of the Trauma Recovery Institute.

For further information visit our web site: http://web.mountain.net/~trauma/. Don't hesitate to call and talk with us at 304/291-2912. Our address is:

Trauma Recovery Institute - Louis W. Tinnin, MD
314 Scott Avenue, Morgantown, West Virginia, 26508
Phone: (304) 291-2912, Fax: (304) 291-2918
E-mail: trauma@access.mountain.net
Web site: http://web.mountain.net/~trauma/

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Obsessive Compulsive Treatment Center

Rogers Memorial Hospital (featured on 48 Hours on Feb. 25, 1999)
Located between Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, just 90 miles north of Chicago, Illinois.
For immediate attention or information 24 hours a day, call: 1-800-767-4411.

The Rush Institute for Mental Well-Being

Obsessive Compulsive Treatment Center
Department of Psychiatry
Marshall Field IV Facility
1720 West Polk Street
Chicago, IL 60612
1 (888) 969-RUSH

McLean Hospital - A Massachusetts General Hospital program (featured on 48 Hours on Feb. 25, 1999)

McLean Hospital - Diane Baney, RN, MBA - Program Manager
OCD Institute

Hill House
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478
Tel: 617-855-3279
Email: dbaney@ocd.mclean.org (Diane Baney, RN, MBA - Program Manager)
http://www.mcleanhospital.org/ocdinstitute.htm

Also see their Menu page.

The Menninger Clinic - Kansas

Menninger OCD Treatment Center
5800 SW Sixth Ave., PO Box 829
Topeka, KS 66601
Admissions & Information: 785-350-5000 and 800-351-9058

Launched in the fall of 2000, the Menninger OCD Treatment Center is a specialized national treatment program for adolescents and adults seeking help for severe OCD and anxiety disorders. The residential level of care program provides intensive behavioral, milieu, and medication therapies aimed at reducing OCD symptoms and coexisting conditions. Clients participate in at least 2 hours of daily exposure and ritual prevention, as well as self-directed exposure at least 3 times a week. Staff & clients review treatment goals weekly in the areas of symptom management, healthy living, and aftercare. Adolescents continue their academic studies under the direction of certified teachers in the Menninger school program. Stays vary with clinical needs and treatment goals. Throstur Bjorgvinsson, PhD, serves as program director. Joyce Davidson, MD, is the staff psychiatrist on the multidisciplinary treatment team.

Menninger was one of the first providers to offer an adolescent OCD treatment program, which utilizes an evidence-based treatment approach.

 
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ANACAPA by the Sea
- Trauma Intensive

Port Hueneme, California
1-800-487-8377

The Menninger Clinic - Kansas

Menninger OCD Treatment Center
5800 SW Sixth Ave., PO Box 829
Topeka, KS 66601
Admissions & Information: 785-350-5000 and 800-351-9058

Menninger is a national psychiatric and behavioral health treatment center for all ages, located in Topeka, Kansas. Menninger offers focused, evidenced-based specialty treatment programs in a cost-effective residential level of care.

Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry & Mental Health Sciences, 1-800-288-0317, Ext. 5833.

The Renfrew Center

Treatment of Eating Disorders and Women's Issues

Three Springs Adolescent Treatment Programs June 16, 2004

Three Springs is a nationally recognized leader in youth services, founded in 1985 to provide therapy and education to adolescents experiencing emotional, behavioral and learning problems. Operating year-round, Three Springs helps children develop positively by providing therapy and education in a structured environment. Located on more than 20 different campuses in eight states, Three Springs has become a leader in dealing with the serious problems children face. See their online journal - Paradigm: Resource for professionals on adolescent issues

Programs:
Outdoor Therapeutic Program
Transitional Living Programs
Secured Residential Programs
Drug and Alcohol Programs

Contact info:
National Referral Line: 888-758-4356

Richard B. Williams
Director of Business Development
Three Springs Adolescent Treatment Programs
Business Phone 256-880-3339
Cell Phone 256-426-4551

The Willows

A residential alcohol & drug treatment program for adult men and women.

The Willows Middletown Retreat Inc.
P. O. Box 1084 20650 Highway 29
Middletown, CA 95461
(707) 987-9554

 
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