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The Providence RISE team embraces a multidisciplinary approach to meeting each participant’s treatment goals. They receive individualized care from a skilled and compassionate team including: licensed clinical social workers, advanced registered nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and psychologists. The RISE team strongly believes that every person is an expert on their own life and recovery involves working in partnership to provide support in a way that makes sense to that person. The program’s goal is to help participants build on their strengths and increase their resilience, while learning skills to be successful and thrive in the community.
The program is person-centered and recovery-oriented. The program primarily consists of group therapy sessions throughout the day, plus participants meet with a therapist weekly.
Once admitted to the RISE program, participants will attend an intake session where therapists complete a comprehensive assessment, and receive a consultation with a psychiatric nurse or psychiatrist. They will attend treatment all day, 2-5 days per week, based on the level of care needed. Participants will check-in to the program in the morning and check-out of the program in the afternoon and attend group therapy, individual therapy and family therapy. They will also receive care coordination and medication management while in the program.
Treatment approaches vary and are tailored to meet the needs of the individual. This program utilizes several different types of therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
We work closely with providers throughout the community to ensure care and resources continue after program completion to support participants in their recovery.
Individuals may be referred to the RISE Program through emergency departments, community behavioral health providers and schools. You may also self-refer.