At Signature Psychiatric Hospital, we offer program to treat mental health, addiction and trauma. Our pinpoint assessments and personalized programs help you become happier, stronger, and healthier than ever before.
If you are not living your fullest because of one of the following mental health disorders, we can help.
- Antisocial personality disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Behavioral and emotional disorders
- Borderline personality disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Post-Traumatic stress disorder
- Social anxiety disorder
- Suicidal ideation — adult
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Signature’s multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, therapists and clinicians work together to accurately diagnose mental health conditions and provide you with a plan of care customized to your individual needs.
Addiction to alcohol and other drugs is a chronic, progressive and sometimes fatal disease. It causes emotional, physical, financial, employment and social problems that can destroy relationships and ruin lives.
The good news about this disease is that addiction is treatable. With an opportunity to learn about the illness, develop coping skills and establish alternate behaviors, many individuals addicted to alcohol and other drugs can stop the progression of the disease, manage their addictions and live lives of recovery.
Our Changing Pointe Program is based on the philosophy that addiction is a disease with identifiable, diagnosable symptoms. We also believe that addiction can be effectively treated in a medically monitored, multi-disciplinary environment utilizing proven therapeutic techniques, and managed throughout life by employing effective coping skills and with the support of a 12-step model of recovery. Our holistic treatment model is group-oriented and includes therapy, education and other treatment modalities designed to promote personal reflection and the development of individual recovery skills.
Sometimes individuals experience more than one behavioral health disorder – a dual diagnosis – consisting of separate illnesses that occur simultaneously and may have overlapping and interwoven symptoms.
Patients with a psychiatric illness such as depression or anxiety, and an addiction to alcohol or other drugs, may require dual diagnosis treatment. Diagnosis requires evaluation by professionals skilled in recognizing and differentiating the symptoms of each illness.
Chemical dependency programming in all levels of care addresses the emotional, physical, spiritual and psychological needs of each patient and includes family services and aftercare as integral components of the treatment program.
Signature’s addiction recovery programs are designed to initiate the recovery process and promote a substance-free lifestyle. Patients learn about addiction as a disease, the ways it affects their lives and the lives of their families, as well as the techniques necessary to maintain a life of recovery.
Signature’s addiction treatment services include the following levels of care:
- Inpatient detoxification
- Residential treatment*
- Outpatient treatment
*Residential addiction treatment is provided at our sister hospital, CenterPointe Hospital, in St. Charles, Mo.
At Signature Psychiatric Hospital and through our Valor Recovery Program, we work with countless residents, military members, and first responders whose PTSD, anxiety, depression and addictions were caused by past trauma. We understand that recovery is only possible if the underlying trauma is treated and resolved. We also know that your trauma is yours, and that your path to recovery will be unique.
There is no single definition of trauma, and what is traumatic to one person may not be to another. Any of the following experiences can be traumatic:
- Emotional, sexual or physical abuse
- Catastrophic injury or illness
- Rape or assault
- Domestic violence
- Natural disasters
- Witnessing violence
- Loss of a loved one
What these events share is that they leave the individual feeling emotionally, cognitively, and physically overwhelmed. The resulting PTSD, addiction, depression, and anxiety that accompany trauma are very normal reactions to these very abnormal experiences. Nonetheless, the inability to cope with everyday life and the pervasive state of fear and anxiety that result are not things that can simply be thought away.