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Sensory Room
Our sensory room, available to adolescent inpatients, is equipped with features to create an environment designed to help patients relax.
Inpatient means the patient is cared for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in a safe location. Libertas inpatient treatment is offered at the Green Bay location where each patient is assigned a medical doctor and licensed substance abuse counselor, as well as a licensed mental health therapist if needed. An experienced registered nurse is always on campus, creating an individual and team approach to caring for each patient in a healing environment. Libertas accommodates girls and boys, and the age of those in treatment ranges from 11 to 18 years.
After admission to the inpatient program, a more thorough assessment is done to accurately care for each adolescent:
  • Assessment by a licensed substance use counselor
  • Physical exam and history intake by the physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant who will manage medical treatment
  • Biopsychosocial assessment to identify potential co-occurring mental health disorders
  • Psychological assessment by a licensed psychologist, if not recently completed
Libertas looks at recovery from a comprehensive view. Many adolescents use alcohol and drugs as a way of coping with mental health issues. These co-occurring conditions are assessed and treated, with the understanding that relapse is more likely without treatment of all these conditions. Psychiatric consultation is available.
Libertas inpatient recovery program is a highly structured, medically supervised 2 to 3 week program that includes:
  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Routine physician visits
  • Substance use disorder education
  • Lectures by professionals on subjects related to addiction
  • Fitness classes
  • Pet therapy
  • Yoga
  • Art therapy
  • School time
  • Music therapy
  • Contingency management incentive program

Throughout treatment, Libertas counselors provide progress reports to parents or guardians, as well as a post-discharge treatment plan. Participation from parents, guardians and other family members is important. This includes meeting with the adolescent’s counselor on a weekly basis and family programming to provide education to parents and siblings on the nature of recovery; methods of coping with the difficult challenges of substance use; parenting techniques; and methods for communication within the family.

Continuing Care Program

After inpatient treatment, Libertas has resources to successfully transition adolescents into either residential treatment or another continuing care program, available at Libertas or in the community, in order to help support continued sobriety.
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