Pathways Treatment Center, Kalispell, Montana
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Pathways Treatment Center Overview
Located in the city of Kalispell, northwest Montana, Pathways Treatment Center is a department of the Kalispell Regional Medical Center and began in 1994. The facility provides services in the form of inpatient treatment for adolescents and adults dealing with mental health and behavioral issues, substance abuse/dependence, and co-occurring disorders. The facility offers a separate depression support group which consists of daily depression screenings for adults and adolescents. A free depression support group is open to the public and holds once a week at the Pathways conference room. The group reinforces healthy coping skills for individuals dealing with depression. The facility boasts of offering medically effective treatment and has a treatment team consisting of mental health specialists, licensed therapists and counselors, and psychiatric nurses. Length of stay at the center is usually short-term and the average stay is usually less than 7 days. Pathways Center offers a psychiatric program which is designed to help individuals dealing with psychiatric and emotional problems get stabilized. The aim of this program is to help clients smoothly transition back into their communities. The treatment center also offers a one-day medically supervised detox program which included full therapeutic services and around-the-clock monitoring. The center has a separate program for adolescents in crisis which is also operated at a separate wing of the center for adults.
Accommodation And Food
The treatment center is a 40-bed facility and is located in a hospital environment. Private rooms are not available at the facility. Two clients are allocated to a single room and also share a bathroom. Each room is furnished with two chairs and two beds. Personal electronic devices (e.g. cell phones), belts, food, money, and weapons of any kind are prohibited at the facility. The center is also tobacco-free. A TV set in the day room is available for clients to watch.
Meals at the facility are standard and staff chefs are present at the facility. Food on the men is usually approved by nutritionists and dietary restrictions are accommodated.
Treatment & Therapy
The center offers various therapy options depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:
- Inpatient medical detox
- Psychiatric program
- Inpatient medical Detox
The treatment center offers a 24-hour medical detoxification service for individuals going through recovery. The detox program usually includes constant nursing supervision, daily visits by a physician, and physician-ordered medication administration.
The facility’s psychiatric program is tailored for people with psychiatric and emotional issues in need of stabilization. Participants in this program learn healthy coping skills and may receive appropriate medications if such is required. The program includes therapeutic services, chemical dependency assessments, a daily session with a psychiatrist, and after-care coordination.
The following are a list of problems treated at the facility:
- Substance abuse and chemical dependence
- Co-occurring disorders
The facility offers various options of therapy which include:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Individual therapy
- 12-step meetings
- Group therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
Pathways Treatment Center costs approximately $2,600 daily depending on the program a client is currently registered into. The facility is in-network with most insurance providers and in that, clients are advised to call the facility to verify insurance, benefits, and payment plans. Financial assistance is available to all patients, insurance or not, clients who passed the requirements will be given a discount only on the payment needed for the treatment. Medicare, Medicaid, and government funding are accepted by the facility but clients might still be billed as it might not cover the complete payment.
Insurance accepted include:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare Commercial plans
- Sterling Life Insurance Policy, and many more.
The hospital is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).
Pathways Treatment Center Amenities
The treatment center makes its family program an utmost priority and in that, offers different sessions to their family and loved ones to give support and educate them on substance abuse and mental health issues. Although the hospital does not offer any detoxification program, it offers multiple dual diagnosis programs which are specialized and patterned to fit a patient’s unique needs.
The program offers professional help and treatment to clients with substance abuse and mental health issues. Qualified and professional staffs are available to provide the best care to clients in need of such level of treatment.
Patients seeking a medication-assisted treatment will find this facility to be a good choice at the beginning stage before finding a facility that provides long-term treatment as Pathways does not. The hospital is a good option for clients living in the Montana area and seeking immediate treatment.
Joseph Boyle – Psychiatrist
Joseph went to the Ponce School of Medicine where he earned a Medical degree and the East Carolina University (Brody School of Medicine) where he completed his psychiatry residency. He went on to the Duke University where he completed his training and fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry. He joined Pathways treatment center in August 2013 and is recognized for his work in outpatient psychiatry.
Ken Cairns – Internal Medicine
Ken is board certified by the American Board to practice internal medicine. He works in the Pathways Treatment Center division of Kalispell Regional Medical Center where he has privileges. He is under the financial assistance program offered by Kalispell Regional.
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