- Adult Mental Health inpatient
- Adult Detox inpatient
- Licensed Suboxone Provider
Michiana Behavioral Health
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is Accepted
- Medicaid is Accepted
Michiana Behavioral Health provides individualized psychiatric care and chemical dependency treatment for adolescents and adults. Menu of care options include assessment, detoxification, residential treatment, family counseling, addiction education, discharge planning and aftercare. The program adheres to the 12-Steps. and twice-weekly AA meetings are held onsite.
Michiana Behavioral Health Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
This place has some really great staff. Select staff are hands down amazing and deserve recognizition. But others need to do their jobs to start with. Dad not satisfied with my current stay here. Your...
My adult daughter was recently treated at Michiana Behavioral for severe depression. She only had one brief meeting with her psychiatrist before he went on vacation. She had no contact with another ps...
This facility saved my daughters life, I am so thankful for the staff there. They were very kind and gave me all the information I needed to help continue with her success.
We watched our daughter walk across the stage last month for graduation. We did not think that was possible about a year ago, until we came to your facility. We know you have a team of people that hel...
Awful place! Awful communications! All about money! My son is leaving with no plan! Last night he was still threatening suicide! Do not utilize this place
i highly do not recommend this place. i am constantly stressed about going back
At a time when I was feeling my lowest, the staff showed me kindness, and sincerity. They worked hard to make sure that I felt comfortable, and respected me. They gave me the inspiration to get better...
I went there 4 or 5 years ago for a few days and just last month I went there again. The first time I went, I felt the place did an ok job with helping me with my issues. But, this last time I left, I...
Yall do not really care for the people that come their. Yall just worry about the amount of money yall get at the end of the day. How you say you been through the same thing but do not understand wh...
I feel like I was left at the same point I wen in 8 months later been clean. They put me on suboxone. Basically I never detoxed I'm trying to wein off but keep getting sicker as I lower.
Michiana Behavioral Health helped my wife and I out with our son. We had questions about our sons behavior and anger that we didn't have answers to. Michiana Behavioral Health did and they gave us our...
I needed to go to Michiana Behavioral Health to get my life in order. I needed to get clean first and then they gave me the stability I needed mentally to stay clean. I certainly needed to help keep m...
Give this place a try. The staff is friendly and caring and understand why you are there. They guide you through the steps to get better and help you learn the items that you need to be successful onc...
I came out of MBH a changed woman with the confidence and strength that I didn't know I had. I will be forever grateful that I was accepted into your program
I was just discharged last week and I am in a much better place mentally than from when I went in. They gave me the tools to move forward on my own and set my outpatient appointment up for me to make ...
Thanks to everyone at MBH. I felt love and support from the lunch ladies, the doctors, the case workers, and the techs. With your support and caring, you helped me through a very dark time in my life....
My daughter was just there last week and because of the negative reviews, I wanted to know what she thought-she liked it. She felt safe there and had a positive time there. But most of all from me and...
We had a good experience with BHC. Our 17 year old son had 3 acute stays and a 7 month residential stay. He is doing better than he has been in a year. There are things that we would change but overal...
Terrible place. Unwilling to help others and kicked out another agency bringing a child in. Rude and demeaning. Should not be allowed to service children or others in the community.
I, as a teenage, decided it would be best to admit myself here about five months ago. I knew I has a lot of issues and had attempted suicide twice, and made the decision myself to be admitted. This wa...
I was there for 4 days and 3 nights and it was horrible. The staff is not helpful at all, there we\'re maybe 3-4 staff members that actually seemed to care . I didn\'t talk to anyone, a doctor, a soci...
I strongly do not recommend this place. Nobody there will take responsibility for there actions. They pass the buck to the next person. They released my daughter after I begged them not to. They put h...
The only complaint I have is that the food stinks
When i went there it was scary but most of the MTs made it pretty comfortable. My only complaint is they can be sexist . Im Bisexual and there were alot of Trans And pansexuals there. And one of the M...
As a grandma I was trying to reach my grandson and by policy and procedures they did not allow me to. They go by code and list, as a grandma I believe that is bs. because just to get info or to get id...
Everything was downfall.
young man, doesn't think before he acts,in sp. ed now but no better,also under house arrest. whatever $ available from insurance was charged. children need individualized tx. plans,more help in school...
Terrific counselors, nice food. For those who don't have insurance, this would be unaffordable.
Strengths: nice grounds, easy to get to. Weaknesses: they seem to give my daughter too many medications she has been going for almost 15 years and is getting worse. My daughter has been going 12-13 ye...
The facility was okay.
This place is shady ... Beware of these people. They are unscrupulous snakes.
They do not treat everyone as individuals - they treat everyone exactly the same and people are not the same nor are their problems the same. Yet everyone is treated alike. Not a good treatment plan...
It was everything I needed but could have had better aftercare. It was not easy but it was opened my eyes. Taught me more about myself and gave me hope for change.
- Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
- Client & Family Support Groups
Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- No Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- Yes Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
Licensing & Memberships
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