Mental Health Day Treatment

Five-day-per-week trauma informed, recovery and rehabilitation-oriented program. We assist adults (18+) who are experiencing life-altering consequences of mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders.

Participants enroll in classes and activities that address certain aspects of recovery.

If you, your patient or someone you care about has a mental illness and is unable to manage distressing symptoms, call the numbers below.

Haverhill – Serving greater Haverhill and the lower Merrimack Valley – 978.564.1601. Address: 200 Main Street, Suite F, Haverhill, MA 01830. View and download a brochure.

Salem – Serving greater Salem, Beverly, Cape Ann and most of the North Shore – 978.524.7133. Address: 35 Congress Street, Building 2, Rear, 3rd floor, Salem, MA 01970. View and download a brochure. | Print and complete our intake form.

Partial Hospitalization Program, BayRidge Hospital, Lynn, MA

For referrals/admission call 781.477.6938. Download and complete our referral form.

Intensive, short term, day program providing group therapy treatment for adults with psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. The program operates Monday–Friday 8:30am to 2:30pm. Participants attend full or half day, three to five days per week. Five groups are offered daily, including DBT, anger management, relaxation techniques, coping skills and recovery/relapse prevention. Individual counseling and medication consultation are provided. Assistance with transportation for residents of surrounding communities is available.

Partial Hospitalization Program, Beverly Hospital, Beverly, MA

For referrals/admission call 978.816.2812. Download and complete our referral form.

Intensive, short term, day program providing group therapy treatment for adults experiencing problems related to mental health or addiction. The program operates Monday–Friday 9:00am to 2:30pm. Five treatment groups are offered daily, which focus on wellness and recovery, including communication skills, coping with change, and developing health relationships. Individual counseling is an integral part of the treatment, and medication consultation is available. Assistance with transportation for residents of surrounding communities is available.

Discover Program, Addison Gilbert Hospital, Gloucester, MA

*For referrals/admission call 978.816.2812. Download and complete our referral form.

The Discover program is a structured daily addictions treatment program for adults, providing addiction education and relapse prevention skills, with 5 treatment groups each day from 9am to 3pm. The program serves individuals seeking help to achieve or maintain sobriety, and to build a solid foundation for recovery. Family members are provided support and education to help them develop a positive environment and avoid enabling behaviors.

Center for TMS Therapy, Beverly Hospital at Danvers, MA

For information and referrals call 978.304.8671

Trans Magnetic Stimulation therapy is indicated for adults with major depressive disorder who have not seen significant improvement after taking antidepressant medications. This treatment has been successful for people who are not getting adequate benefit from their current treatment for depression, are taking multiple medications to treat their depression, or experience medication side effects which are difficult to tolerate. The treatment is notable for its lack of side effects. It is a non-invasive, non-drug therapy that has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration as a safe and effective treatment for depression.

Electroconvulsive Treatment, Beverly Hospital

For referrals/admission call 781.477.6940

ECT is provided on either an outpatient or inpatient basis, and is a treatment option for individuals with treatment-resistant depression, mania, medication intolerance or psychotic depression. Certified and trained physicians and nurses provide consultation, evaluation, education, and treatment for individuals experiencing depression as well as other psychiatric conditions who might benefit from ECT. Prior to receiving ECT as an outpatient, patients are admitted to the inpatient unit to have the necessary medical assessment and begin the course of ECT. Once it is deemed appropriate to continue on an outpatient basis, patients are discharged and return to the hospital for continued treatments, which typically occur one to two times per month or more frequently when indicated.

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