Sanford Health PrimeWest Residential Support Center
The Sanford Health PrimeWest Residential Support Center is a voluntary residential treatment facility for adults who are overcoming mental health and chemical dependency issues. Its focus is to provide a safe place for healing and recovery with services specific to fit patient needs.
Residential Crisis Stabilization Services
If you or someone you love needs short-term help to get back to everyday life, Sanford is here to help. Our short-term behavioral program will help patients recover over three to 10 days.
Our center focuses on recovery, prevention and education. Our patients receive:
- Relapse recovery and prevention planning
- Illness management services
- Crisis assessment, treatment and discharge planning
- Medication monitoring and education Skills training
- Collaboration with agencies, providers, family and community resources
We treat adults experiencing a mental health or behavioral emergency. Patients must have a one-on-one assessment with a mental health professional before admittance.
Intensive Residential Treatment Services
These services are for patients in need of structure, are at-risk of significant function deterioration and who require access to 24/7 mental health help. Our experienced staff can assist patients in daily tasks and help prevent relapse. They will help walk patients through the program, from treatment to prevention planning to discharge. Patients will develop health care plans, undergo skills training, plan for transition and discharge, and more.
This program is for adults diagnosed with a mental illness. It is ideal for patients in need of 24-hour supervised, monitored and focused treatment.
Sanford offers a safe place for adults to detox from drug and alcohol abuse. Individuals are monitored throughout their stay and have 24/7 access to nursing and monitoring services. Our staff works with the patient to develop a treatment plan, discharge plan and relapse prevention strategies. After completing detox, we refer patients to counseling sessions and support groups to help them recover. Adults are eligible if they are experiencing physical, mental or emotional withdrawal issues and are medically cleared by a physician.