The needs of the mentally ill/chemically addicted (MICA) client are unique. Our specialized MICA services, designed specifically for the dually diagnosed individual, are flexible to accommodate individuals with varying functional levels.
Holistic treatment provided in the inpatient unit at Samaritan Hospital includes initial stabilization of psychiatric problems and detoxification from substances. Extensive daily group therapy is complemented by the introduction of self-help groups (AA, NA, Rational Recovery, etc.) to assure ongoing support after discharge.
Located in downtown Troy at 1801 Sixth Avenue in Troy, Bright Horizons Continuing Treatment Services, operated by Samaritan Hospital, has been serving the needs of mentally ill, chemically addicted individuals since 1989. The program provides a team approach for the treatment of people with both psychiatric/psychological problems and the challenges of addiction. The program offers a safe and supportive environment for treatment, while providing an opportunity for socialization, skill building and enjoyable activities. The goal is to restore clients to the high level of independence, assuring the appropriate after-care services are in place.
This specialized outpatient program is designed for the mentally ill, chemically addicted individual. provides a safe environment so that clients can maintain a balance between the seriousness of treatment and the enjoyment of a supportive community.
For more information, please call (518) 271-1122