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Inpatient Rehab for Mental Health in Kansas City, MO

Our Kansas City residential mental health care can help you develop a strong foundation for your mental health, away from the stressors and triggers that exist in daily life at home.

What Is Inpatient Mental Health Rehab?

Inpatient rehab helps patients focus entirely on addressing their mental health condition, living onsite at our professional treatment center. Our subacute treatment program is designed for willing patients who need residential psychiatric support but aren’t an immediate harm to themselves or others. They’ll receive a comprehensive treatment plan personalized to their needs, including individual and group therapy with licensed expert therapists, medication management, and recreational activities like yoga, art and sports spaces.

Is inpatient rehab right for me?

When exploring your treatment options, selecting a program that fits your needs is vital. Our subacute inpatient mental health program may be a good fit for you if:

  • You have a diagnosed mental health condition like depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or other mood disorders.
  • You feel you’d benefit from time spent living in a safe, stable environment away from stressors and mental health triggers.
  • You’re willing to receive treatment and make changes to improve your condition.
  • You may also struggle with substance misuse, like drugs or alcohol, and would benefit from our dual diagnosis care.

You may require a higher level of care than our program can offer if:

  • You’re at an immediate risk of harming yourself or others, including a recent suicide attempt or aggressive behaviors outside your condition.
  • You have pending legal issues, like being court-ordered to receive treatment.
  • You have a physical condition that requires higher medical care, like wounds, drains, tubes, dialysis or another condition requiring active supervision in a hospital.

What To Expect in Our Mental Health Program

At our Kansas City inpatient rehab center, you’ll benefit from a safe, comforting environment. You’ll receive 24/7 medical monitoring and support so you can stabilize your mental health and start fresh.

In individual and group therapy, our experts will help you understand your mental health symptoms and start building coping mechanisms to bring to the next stage of your recovery. 

  • Individual & group therapy

  • 24/7 medical monitoring

  • Healing amenities & activities

  • Nutritious meals & snacks

Our Facility

The Recovery Village Kansas City inpatient rehab center offers a comfortable, home-like environment so you can focus on healing your mental health. You’ll also have opportunities for recreation onsite with a full suite of amenities. 

Speak with Admissions

If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health symptoms, reach out to an intake coordinator today. With our help, you can take the first step toward a healthier future.

How Dual Diagnosis Can Help

For many people, self-medicating their mental health condition with drugs or alcohol can provide temporary relief but worsen their symptoms over time. If you’re struggling with a mental health disorder and an addiction, treating both at the same time is key to a successful recovery. 

Many behavioral health facilities only offer one or the other. The licensed professionals at The Recovery Village Kansas City can not only treat both, they’ll help you understand the relationship between your conditions for more holistic healing.

Using Insurance for Inpatient Rehab

We understand that cost is a major factor when you’re selecting an inpatient rehab center. Fortunately, insurance plans often cover some or all of the costs of behavioral health treatment. Visit our insurance page to verify your benefits; we’re in-network with many major health insurance providers. 

FAQs About Our Inpatient Mental Health Program

How long is your mental health rehab program?

The length of time you need to spend in an inpatient mental health program will depend upon your specific needs. In many cases, patients complete their full residential stay in one to two weeks.

Will I be forced to stay in treatment?

Spending an adequate length of time in treatment is essential for promoting lasting recovery, so we strongly encourage you to stay in your program until it is complete. However, you can leave the facility if you choose, even against medical advice, at any time.

Can I transfer here from an acute mental health facility?

Yes, patients who have completed an acute level of mental health care at a different facility and want additional support before transitioning to life in the community are welcome at our subacute residential treatment program.

What happens after I leave your care?

A case manager will begin preparing for your graduation from your first day in treatment. They’ll connect you to outpatient therapy programs and mental health resources in your community so you’ve always have access to the support you need.

What if I have a mental health disorder and an addiction?

Our dual diagnosis treatment center can treat both substance use and mental health disorders simultaneously. During the admission process, our medical team will assess your needs and recommend either the mental health or substance abuse track. While in our mental health program, you’ll undergo a medical detox for the substance use and then receive additional group therapy sessions about addiction while staying in our mental health wing. If substance abuse is your primary need, you’ll undergo medical detox and then enter the inpatient rehab program, living with other people recovering from addiction. Your mental health diagnosis will be addressed within those levels of care.

How can I pay for inpatient rehab?

Many inpatient programs, including The Recovery Village Kansas City, accept health insurance. Your plan may cover some or all of the costs of inpatient rehab. Private pay options may be available if you do not have insurance coverage.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

The law offers protection if you take time off from work for behavioral health needs. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows you to take time off from work, and keep your job, if you seek mental health treatment from a healthcare provider. Only some people qualify for FMLA.

Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?

Mental health disorders can interfere with your ability to care for your children. While there is no guarantee regarding child custody, in most cases, you are less likely to lose custody of your children if you seek mental health treatment and successfully recover. Many parents work out arrangements in which a relative cares for their children while they are in rehab.