The Cottages on Mountain Creek and Bright Path Program deliver documented and outcome driven programs with quality measures as follows:
- PHP (Mental Health)
- IOP Behavioral Program (Mental Health)
- Out-Patient Addiction Program
- 55+ Program for Older Adults; and
(cognitive behavioral, memory care disorders and addictive disorders)
Individual Therapy includes the following:
- Depression/ Anxiety
- Borderline Personality
- Social Anxiety
- Asperger’s Syndrome; and
The 55+ Behavioral Cognitive Program includes specialized care including;
- Vascular Dementia
- Fronto-Temporal Lobar Degeneration
- Lewy Bodies, as well as and non-typical Memory Care dementias; and
- Bright Path Programs address Co-Occurring Mental Health and Cognitive Behavioral Issues.
Our Clinical Team has expansive backgrounds working in major Tier I and Tier II Teaching
Hospitals and Universities that include directors, psychiatrists, therapists, and registered nurses.
All levels of staffing have over ten years of experience. The Clinical and Management Team each have up to 20 to 35 years’ experience.
The industry did not foresee the changes resulting from the Pandemic. As a result, COVID has fast-tracked ‘direct care’ from an intimate ‘face-to-face’ to a sterile screen-to-screen exposure. While key delivery components include directly engaging with the client ‘face-to-face’, we also understand that clients may need to utilize virtual training sessions (our Zoom classes are HIPPA compliant).
Out of Network – Major Insurance Carriers;
In-Network (Anthem BCBS; Aetna and Tri-Care (IOP/PHP); and
Medicare – Pending Approval for PHP.
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Bright Path Program is accredited by the Joint Commission under their umbrella of Behavioral Health. All programming is provided through out-patient services. Two levels of programming are provided as follows:
- Mental Health (Cognitive Behavioral); and
- Co-Occurring Drug and Alcohol Out-Patient Services (State Licensed)
The two programs are separate from one another.
Clients enter the program with a primary Mental Health diagnosis with addictive disorders being the secondary diagnosis. Clients enter the Drug and Alcohol program with the goal of maintaining continued recovery.