St. Louis, Missouri, United States

McCallum Place

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Insurance Accepted

Cash Pay Rate

30-45 days
Mental Health
Co-Occurring Substance Use
Providing individualized treatment for eating disorders in children, teens, and adults, with 2 locations and multiple levels of intensive care.

Highlights from the Center

  • Customized Treatment Plans

  • Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

  • Adolescents

  • Eating Disorders Program

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Child And Teen Services

McCallum Place provides treatment to teens and kids. They welcome children ages 10+ at their St. Louis location and 12+ at their Kansas City location. They provide on-site academics and tutoring, weekly family therapy, meal supervision, and multiple group therapies daily. McCallum Place has on-site animal therapy too, with on-site therapy dogs available during meal times and throughout the day.

Individualized Adult Treatment

McCallum Place considers all aspects of health, including physical, psychological, and spiritual. Their treatment plans revolve around the needs of each client and can include trauma therapy, holistic therapies, and more intensive medical care. Clients meet weekly with their discharge planner to streamline their home transition.

Medical And Psychological Care

Licensed and certified professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, and physicians, lead treatment's medical and psychological aspects. McCallum Place’s medical team takes and monitors vital signs and blood work, diabetes, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular conditions, and can insert nasogastric tubes for feeding. Clients also receive group and 1:1 therapy from specialized eating disorder therapists, general psychologists, and dieticians.

Multiple Levels of Care

McCallum Place provides residential care with 24/7 monitoring, day treatment, an intensive outpatient program (IOP), transitional housing, and aftercare. Clients can move through their levels of care, starting in residential, or begin at another point. McCallum Place offers transitional housing in St. Louis for clients in day treatment or IOP. Clients and their family members can attend alumni meetings after discharge for further support and continued care.


Levels of Care

Mental health is a complex health condition that requires a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to treatment that ensures you receive the appropriate care at the right time, based on your individual needs.
Detox
Not Offered at This Center
Typically the initial stage of treatment for substance use, focusing on medically supervised management of withdrawal symptoms.
Residential
An intensive program offering 24 hour care and a variety of therapeutic services in a residential setting.
Sober Living
Not Offered at This Center
Transitional housing designed to support individuals recovering from substance use disorders offering a safe, supportive and structured environment for practicing long-term sobriety, while reintegrating back into daily living.
Day Treatment
In a PHP, patients live at home but follow an intensive schedule of treatment. Most programs require you to be on-site for about 40 hours per week.
Intensive Outpatient Program
A structured program, less intensive than inpatient treatment but more intensive than traditional outpatient care, involving a combination of therapies skills-building activities, to help people work towards recovery and maintain mental health.
Outpatient
Treatment programming allowing patients to receive care without staying in a hospital or inpatient facility, providing a variety of therapeutic and medical services.
Virtual & In-Home Care
Not Offered at This Center
The delivery of therapeutic services utilizing technology such as video conferencing, online messaging or phone calls, allowing for flexibility, comfort and increased access to care.

Treatment

Approaches

Evidence-Based

Family Involvement

Individual Treatment

Therapies

Trauma-Specific Therapy

1-on-1 Counseling with Clinical Psychologist

Animal Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Eye Movement Therapy (EMDR)

Family Therapy

Music Therapy

Nutrition Counseling

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Group Therapy

What We Treat

Co-Occurring Disorders

Eating Disorders


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