Family and Children's Center
Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS)
428 W Broadway St, Winona, MN, 55987-5216
Distance: 848 Miles
Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS) provides psychiatric rehabilitation with the focus on restorative, recovery-oriented treatment and support. Programs are designed to address the complex needs of individuals with serious mental illness and often co-occurring substance use problems with a safe and supervised environment with treatment and support for successful transition to a more permanent living situation.
In addition to shared living space, participants may share meals, relaxation, household responsibilities and recreation. Group and individualized therapeutic interventions are provided according to individualized treatment plans. Plans are informed by the participant's goals and directed toward a successful transition to a more permanent living situation where work toward wellness and recovery is continued.
Hiawatha Hall provides residential short-term mental health services to prepare residents to move to independent living.
Services for individuals 18 years and older with a mental illness or with substance abuse challenges.
* Participants are offered group therapy, social skills training, medication monitoring, vocational services, social and recreational activities and aftercare planning
* The average length of stay is 90 days
* Uses integrated treatment planning
Client Information and Specialization
- Mental health
Licenses, Registrations, or Certifications
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An eligible client for intensive residential treatment services is an individual who:
* Is age 18 or older
* Is diagnosed with a mental illness
* Because of a mental illness, has substantial disability and functional impairment
* Has one or more of the following: a history of recurring or prolonged inpatient hospitalizations in the past year, significant independent living instability, homelessness, or very frequent use of mental health and related services yielding poor outcomes
* Needs mental health services that cannot be met with other available community-based services, or is likely to experience a mental health crisis or require a more restrictive setting if intensive rehabilitative mental health services are not provided
Individuals 18 years old and older with a mental illness and/or substance abuse challenges
For more information or to make a referral please call (507) 454-7711.
Winona and surrounding area
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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RM-7000.0500Adult Residential Treatment Facilities Definition
Programs that provide a treatment-oriented living experience in a community-based facility for adults who have emotional disturbances and who, because of their disabilities, are unable to succeed in other placements, but who do not require inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. The service is geared to the specific needs of individual residents and their eventual return to the community as soon as their personal and social adjustment and development permit.
YF-5000.1515Co-Occurring Disorders Definition
A condition, previously referred to in the U.S. as "dual diagnosis", in which individuals have both a diagnosed mental illness and a substance use disorder involving either drugs or alcohol. Any combination of mental health and substance use disorders qualifies for this diagnosis, e.g., an alcohol use disorder and depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and a heroin use disorder, prescription drug dependence and anxiety. For purposes of treatment, it is recommended that clients receive intensive medical and therapeutic intervention and care for both disorders at the same time, allowing them to manage the symptoms caused by the mental health disorder without resorting to drugs and/or alcohol and worsening their mental health symptoms, or allowing an untreated mental health order to increase the urge to drink or get high.