Overview of Acadia Longleaf Hospital
The Longleaf Hospital is a member of the Acadia Healthcare network. It provides inpatient mental health and addiction treatment services to children, adolescents, teens, adults, and senior adults. The mission at Longleaf Hospital is to provide premier treatment services for mental health and substance abuse issues which will help clients achieve lifelong recovery. The hospital offers personalized treatment for each client based on their unique needs to help them on their road to recovery. It offers comprehensive services that are flexible to accommodate the needs of each individual client. The multidisciplinary staff at the hospital offers a complete continuum of care to clients in a compassionate, nurturing, and hopeful atmosphere. The hospital offers detox, psychiatric inpatient, and partial hospitalization programs for different age groups of clients. The psychiatric disorders that the hospital treats include ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, Aggression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Disruptive Disorders, Psychosis, PTSD, Schizophrenia, and other mental health disorders. The treatment programs utilize proven methods and therapies that address each aspect of healing the mind, body, and spirit of clients. The hospital helps clients build the foundation through which they would be able to prevent relapse and continue their success in recovery for many years to come.
Housing and Food
The Longleaf Hospital is located on the southern bank of the beautiful Red River. It is a 92-bed facility that offers a peaceful and tranquil environment for clients where they can leave their worries behind and commit themselves to the journey of recovery. The facility is co-ed but male and female patients stay in gender-specific rooms. Clients stay in double-occupancy rooms which are simply but adequately furnished with single beds, side tables, dressers, and storage areas. Each room has an attached bathroom with basic amenities provided. There is a common room furnished with leather sofas and equipped with a TV which clients are allowed to watch in their free time. The hospital has an indoor gym where clients can exercise and play volleyball. The beautiful scenery that the campus offers provides residents with a relaxing atmosphere where they can participate in yoga and meditation and experience the healing power of nature. The hospital has an in-house cafeteria equipped with a TV, tables, and chairs. An in-house team of chefs and kitchen staff prepares meals for clients three times a day. Usually, meals are served in each client’s room. On weekends, meals are served in the cafeteria where all clients eat together as a community.
Treatment Options at the Longleaf Hospital
The different treatment options available at the Longleaf Hospital are:
- Psychiatric Inpatient
- Adolescent Program
- Outpatient Program
- Addiction Rehab
- Partial Hospitalization
- FLAGS Military Support Program
The following substances’ abuse is treated at the Longleaf Hospital:
- Marijuana Abuse
- Prescription Painkiller
- Synthetic Marijuana Abuse
Therapies at the Longleaf Hospital
The Longleaf Hospital offers the following therapies to its clients:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- 12-Step Meetings
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Recreation Therapy
- Medication Management
The Acadia Longleaf Hospital provides premier treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults for substance abuse, trauma, behavioral disorders, and dual-diagnosis disorders. The approximate cost of treatment is $19,500 for 30 days of inpatient treatment. The hospital accepts most private insurances to make the treatment as affordable as possible for clients. For clients who are underinsured or do not have insurance, the hospital recommends American HealthCare Lending which is the premier financing company in the behavioral healthcare industry. Some of the accepted insurance providers are listed below:
- BlueCross BlueShield
- United Behavioral Health
- VA Health Care
- LA Medicaid
- MS Medicaid
Licenses and Accreditations
The Longleaf Hospital has the following accreditations and licenses:
- Accredited by the Joint Commission
- Member of the Jason Foundation
The Longleaf Hospital Advantages
The Acadia Longleaf Hospital provides premier treatment services to children, adolescents, teens, adults and senior adults for behavioral health disorders and substance abuse. The hospital offers inpatient, outpatient, an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and partial hospitalization program (PHP). The multidisciplinary staff of physicians, counselors, psychiatrists, and psychologists offer a complete continuum of care to clients and help them achieve lifelong recovery. One distinguishing program at the hospital is their FLAGS Military support program which is the Forgiving Losses and Gaining Strength program. In this program, professional mental health services or chemical dependency services are offered to active-duty military, active reserve, retired military personnel, and active-duty dependents. It is a comprehensive treatment that heals these individuals and their families by managing stress and other behavioral issues through an average-length program of 30 days.
Staff at the Longleaf Hospital
Chief Nursing Officer
Dustin is a graduate of Northwestern State University. He joined Longleaf Hospital in 2017 where he serves as the Chief Nursing Officer. He leads the nursing staff in providing quality treatment services to clients and families. He has over 10 years of experience working in psychiatric care and ER.
Medical Director – Psychiatric Program
Dr. Parker is a graduate of the Texas Medical School, San Antonio, Texas. He completed his residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who has over 37 years of experience providing psychiatric services in various inpatient and outpatient settings. He joined Longleaf Hospital in 2013.
Director of Clinical Services
Renee has a Bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and an MSW from Louisiana State University. She has over 12 years of experience working in the medical and behavioral health fields. Her areas of expertise include working with community resources, veterans benefits, and the underinsured population.