Bipolar Disorder Treatment Center in South Dakota

Keystone Treatment Center is committed to delivering the highest quality care to help individuals heal from bipolar.

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Learn More About Bipolar Disorder Recovery at Keystone Treatment Center in South Dakota

It is no exaggeration to note that bipolar disorder can cause significant disruption in a person’s life. The troubling episodes that are symptomatic of bipolar disorder can impair a person’s ability to contribute to healthy interpersonal relationships, meet responsibilities at work or in school, and otherwise participate in a productive day-to-day life. When an individual with bipolar disorder also develops a problem related to substance abuse, the impact on his or her life can become exponentially worse. The good news is that both bipolar disorder and substance use disorders are treatable conditions. Unfortunately, though, many people who struggle with these issues do not get the help that will allow them to live much happier and more satisfying lives.

At Keystone Treatment Center, we have considerable experience helping people who have struggled with bipolar disorder, substance use disorders, and other mental disorders. We understand the unique challenges that are associated with these conditions, and we have developed a number of programs that have helped adults regain control over their behaviors, manage their symptoms, and resume their pursuit of healthy and promising futures.

Helping a Loved One

Helping a Loved One or Family Member Get Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

When a friend or family member is in pain, loved ones also suffer. When the problem is as complex as bipolar disorder and a co-occurring substance use disorder, the experience can be overwhelming. But it does not have to be this way. There are steps that you can take today that can greatly improve the likelihood that the person you care about will get the help that he or she so desperately needs.

  • First, educate yourself about bipolar disorder and addiction. If you know what drug or drugs your loved one has been abusing, learn how they may be affecting his or her body and mind. The more you understand what your loved one is experiencing, the better you will be prepared to provide meaningful support.
  • Learn about the treatment options that have proven to be effective with people who are experiencing bipolar disorder and chemical dependency.
  • Research programs that provide the type and level of care that appear to be best suited to meeting your loved one’s unique needs. If possible, visit programs or contact program representatives via phone or email to get answers to your specific questions.
  • Volunteer to assist with transportation, appointments, childcare, and other forms of support that will allow your loved one to focus on getting help and getting healthier.
  • If possible, stay involved with your loved one while he or she is in treatment. Participate in family activities at the treatment program and consult with staff members to learn how you can best support your loved one’s progress.

Ultimately, you can best support your loved one by remaining an active, positive presence in his or her life. Recovery is a long process. Your loved one will experience successes and setbacks. Plan to be there through it all to provide both the emotional and practical support that he or she needs.

Why Consider Treatment?

Why Consider Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

The cumulative effect of untreated bipolar disorder and chronic substance abuse can have a devastating impact on a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and socioeconomic well-being. These disorders can impair a person’s ability to work, attend school, and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. In the absence of effective professional intervention, people who struggle with these conditions may descend into a downward spiral of negative attitudes and self-defeating behaviors. As a person’s mind, body, and spirit continue to be damaged by these problems, outcomes such as lost relationships, family discord, academic failure, unemployment, financial ruin, legal problems, and homelessness become increasingly likely.

In the face of this mounting devastation, though, it is important to remember that help is available and hope is within reach. Effective comprehensive treatment has helped many adults who were suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring bipolar disorder. The damage of the past does not have to doom a person to a life of pain and misery. With the right type of help, a happier, healthier, and much more satisfying life can be achieved.

Treatments & Therapies Offered

Types of Treatment and Therapy Options for Bipolar Disorder at Keystone Treatment Center

Keystone Treatment Center, in South Dakota, is a nationally recognized program that provides a comprehensive individualized continuum of care for adults who are struggling with chemical dependency, gambling disorder, and co-occurring conditions. Mental health services are provided to patients who have a primary diagnosis of substance use disorder or gambling disorder and co-occurring mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder.

Services provided on our 13-acre campus include detoxification, medically monitored residential (inpatient) treatment, partial care/day treatment services, and outpatient services. Residential treatment is provided in a gender-specific environment, with specialized tracks for adult patients. Depending upon their personalized treatment plans, adults may participate in specialized Gambling, Methamphetamine Corrections, Opioid, Chronic Pain, Young Adult, Christian, and Native American treatment tracks.

Treatment at Keystone Recovery Center incorporates principles of the 12-step recovery model as well as behavioral, cognitive, and interpersonal therapies.

The true heart of Keystone Recovery Center is our staff. Treatment at Keystone is provided by multidisciplinary teams of experienced and dedicated professionals, including the following:

  • Addictionologists
  • Licensed Addiction Counselors
  • Dietitians
  • Doctors
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
  • Licensed Mental Health Therapists
  • Medical Technicians
  • Rehab Technicians
  • Recreational Therapist
  • Social Workers
  • Cultural Advisors
  • Pastors

Depending on the individual needs of each patient, treatment at Keystone Treatment Center may include the following elements:

Medically monitored detoxification: If an individual comes to our center with drugs or alcohol in his or her body, we provide medically monitored detoxification services within our inpatient programming so that he or she can then fully participate in treatment. Our detoxification services include 24/7 nursing care with physicians available to monitor the progress of patients.

Medication management: Those struggling with bipolar disorder will likely need certain medications to alleviate their symptoms and achieve stabilization. However, the implementation of any medication is always determined on a case-by-case basis. Medical doctors and staff psychiatrists work together to determine the best medication regimen for each individual patient, and nursing staff assist with medical monitoring and medication management.

Individual therapy: All patients participate in individual therapy sessions with a primary counselor at least two times each week. Keystone patients also have the option of meeting with a psychiatrist, primary nurse, psychologist, or clergy member as needed. Individual therapy provides a safe place for patients to process the successes and setbacks that they experience while in treatment.

Family therapy: At Keystone, we realize that family members are also impacted by their loved one’s chemical dependency and mental illness, and we understand the important role that family plays in a patient’s recovery. To promote healing within the families of our patients and to help family members prepare to provide effective post-treatment support to their loved one, licensed family therapists conduct therapy sessions with patients and their family members as needed. In addition, we provide a weekly Family Program every Sunday before visiting hours. The Family Program is free of charge and includes one hour of psycho-educational programming prior to meeting with patients. We also offer day-long programming on Mondays and Tuesdays for family members.

Group therapy (adults): Group therapy is a central component of treatment at Keystone Treatment Center. Groups are conducted three times each day, and are led by licensed or certified counselors. Group topics may include the following:

  • 12-Step Group Meetings
  • Community Group
  • Gambling Group
  • Interactive Sharing Therapy Group
  • Relaxation Groups
  • Skills Training Groups
  • Spirituality Groups
  • Topics Group
  • Young Adult Topic Group
  • Men’s Topic Group
  • Women’s Topic Group

Experiential therapy: In addition to traditional groups, patients at Keystone have several daily experiential therapy options to choose from, including the following:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Bibliotherapy
  • Cultural activities
  • Pastoral care
  • Recreational therapy
  • Ropes course
  • Social training

In addition to providing the treatment methods described on this page, we also work closely with patients to create thorough discharge and aftercare plans. Discharge planning begins the day a patient begins treatment at Keystone. Each patient’s individual counselor and primary nurse work with a social worker to evaluate discharge needs. We also offer weekly discharge planning groups throughout a patient’s stay with us.

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At Keystone Treatment Center, our fundamental goal is to restore the individual to a healthier, happier, and more productive life free from dependence on addictive chemicals, gambling, and destructive behaviors. If you or someone you care about is dealing with addiction, gambling disorder, and co-occurring bipolar disorder, Keystone may be the place where the pain of your past struggles is transformed into the promise of a healthier and more hopeful future.

Keystone gave me control over myself. Bipolar Disorder isn't easy to live with, but now I have the tools to manage my mental health and stay mentally stable.

– Anonymous Patient

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