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The Brook Hospital – KMI offers highly structured Adolescent Programs that utilize a multidisciplinary team approach for treating adolescents (ages 13-18) who are experiencing psychiatric or chemical dependency problems The inpatient programs are designed to provide the highest level of direct patient care that is possible, which includes physical, social, spiritual, medical and psychotherapeutic treatment interventions.

The Brook Hospital – KMI offers highly structured Adolescent Programs that utilize a multidisciplinary team approach for treating adolescents (ages 13-18) who are experiencing problems with psychiatric illnesses and/or emotional problems. The inpatient programs are designed to provide the highest level of direct patient care that is possible, which includes physical, social, spiritual, medical and psychotherapeutic treatment interventions. The State requires all school age patients to continue their education while in treatment. Jefferson County Public Schools provides this service for our patients in our on-site classrooms. Following completion of the inpatient program, an appropriate referral is then made for the patient to continue treatment in the least restrictive level of care possible (i.e., partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient, aftercare program). The level of care recommended is determined by the individual needs of the patient.

Levels of Care

  • Psychiatric Inpatient
  • Extended Care
  • Dual Diagnosis Inpatient
  • Eating Disorder Inpatient (females)
  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization
  • Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient
  • Eating Disorder Partial Hospitalization
  • Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient

Treatment & Discharge Planning

Before admission to any of the Adolescent programs, patients receive a comprehensive assessment of their mental, physical, and spiritual needs to determine the most appropriate level of care. The treatment team, led by the attending psychiatrist, develops an individual treatment plan for each patient and meets regularly to review each patient’s progress and to update treatment goals. Family members are also invited to participate in treatment team and family sessions. The Brook Hospital recognizes that recovery and healing is a lifelong process and therefore discharge planning begins upon admission. The treatment team works closely with each patient to set realistic goals for continuing care following treatment and makes available information or referral for further services as necessary.

The Brook Hospital – KMI offers highly structured Adolescent programs that utilize a Medical and 12 Step Model of Treatment for treating chemically dependent adolescents (ages 13 - 18). The inpatient program is designed to provide the highest level of direct patient care which includes physical, social, spiritual, medical, psychotherapeutic and 12 step treatment interventions. The State requires all school age patients to continue their education while in treatment. Jefferson County Public Schools provides this service for our patients in our on-site classrooms. Following completion of the inpatient program, an appropriate referral is then made for the patient to continue treatment in the least restrictive level of care possible (i.e., partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient, aftercare program). The level of care recommended is determined by the individual needs of the patient. All programs are individually structured to focus on breaking the denial of Chemical Dependency and beginning the process of recovery.

Levels of Care

  • Dual Diagnosis Inpatient
  • Chemical Dependency Inpatient
  • Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation (S.T.A.R.)
  • Chemical Dependency Partial Hospitalization
  • Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient

Treatment & Discharge Planning

Before admission to any of the Adolescent programs, patients receive a comprehensive assessment of their mental, physical, and spiritual needs to determine the most appropriate level of care. The treatment team, led by the attending psychiatrist, develops an individual treatment plan for each patient and meets regularly to review each patient’s progress and to update treatment goals. Family members are also invited to participate in treatment team and family sessions. The Brook Hospital recognizes that recovery and healing is a lifelong process and therefore discharge planning begins upon admission. The treatment team works closely with each patient to set realistic goals for continuing care following treatment and makes available information or referral for further services as necessary.


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