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RISE Behavioral Health Program

2069.1 miles away
Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

RISE Behavioral Health Program

Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The RISE Program is located at Providence Holy Family Hospital campus is an intensive outpatient day-treatment program for individuals with mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, and suicidality. It’s designed to help you to building skills to help you live and function well in the community and avoid being hospitalized or re-hospitalized for your mental health condition.

Mental health problems can make everyday life difficult. You may feel like you or your loved one needs a higher level of care and more support than a traditional outpatient mental health program can provide. RISE, which is an acronym for resources, insight, support and empowerment, offers a structured environment where you spend the day receiving that support and treatment and then return home at night. Our goal is to help you learn to better deal with your challenges and thrive.

We offer two separate programs for adolescents ages 13 to 17 and adults age 18 and older. The programs consist primarily of group therapy sessions with a weekly one-on-one therapist and a psychiatric nurse practitioner or psychiatrist meeting.

We teach skills that focus on:

  • Distress tolerance
  • Emotion regulation
  • Goal setting
  • Interpersonal effectiveness
  • Mindfulness
  • Relapse prevention
  • Safety management
  • Self-care

After completing the program, participants will:

  • Be better able to recognize the onset of symptoms and early warning signs
  • Have a plan for managing symptoms more effectively
  • Know how to develop healthy, effective coping skills
  • Understand how to deal with a crisis or safety issue

We accept self-referrals as well as referrals from schools, behavioral health providers and emergency departments.

What to expect

Our therapists perform a comprehensive assessment when you’re admitted to the RISE program. Part of this includes a consultation with a psychiatric nurse, psychiatric nurse practitioner or psychiatrist.

You’ll receive treatment all day, two to five days per week, depending on your needs. You check into the program in the morning and check out in the afternoon.

During the program, we use several different types of therapy that are offered in individual, group and family sessions. We also provide medication management and care coordination while you’re participating in RISE.

When the program ends, we work closely with providers in the community to make sure you continue to get the best possible care moving forward.

A team of mental health professionals works together to provide care through the RISE Program. They include:

  • Advanced registered nurse practitioners
  • Licensed therapists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Master level therapists