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Mercy Hospital South offers intensive day treatment programs for patients suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. This is an intermediate level of care designed to alleviate symptoms of mental illness, promote recovery and restore the patient’s ability to function.
Our program can serve as an alternative to inpatient care for some patients, or as a step-down from an inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Our services are offered during the week, Monday - Friday. Treatment services are provided by Board Certified Psychiatrists and other clinical staff.
We offer comprehensive intensive outpatient programs for adults age 18+.
Behavioral issues can range from issues with school, issues with peers, and social anxieties, to drug and alcohol abuse, defiance of authority figures and suicidal thoughts. We offer comprehensive intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for young adults ages 12-18. Adolescents referred to the IOP have experienced challenges with their mental health that require a higher level of care. Our team works closely with parents and schools to provide comprehensive mental health treatment along with family support to ensure positive long-term outcomes.
Our programs are for patients with the following criteria:
The Intensive Outpatient Program for adolescents at our Edgewood location is a recipient of the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF). Since 2010, CSF has invested over $350 million to provide behavioral health and substance use treatment services. Eligible adolescents who are also St. Louis County residents may receive support through the CSF Core Funding Award.
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