Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore
The Adult Partial Hospital Program for Depression and Anxiety
Aurora St Luke’s South Shore now offers Partial Hospital Programming for adults who are struggling with the persistent and complicated mental health issues.
Conveniently located on Milwaukee’s South Side, the Partial Hospitalization Program at Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore is built upon the belief that recovery from mental health problems can be fostered through a comprehensive approach to biological, psychological and social needs. We offer an evidence-based approach that provides the hope, healing, empowerment and connection that makes recovery possible.
Admissions and Referrals
Assessments and referrals for the Partial Hospitalization Program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center can be facilitated by calling (414) 489-4919.
At Aurora St. Luke’s Shore, we recognize that each person has specific clinical and social needs. We offer programming designed to help patients with the specific issues and problems affecting their lives. Whether transitioning from an inpatient stay or being referred from an outpatient setting, we offer partial hospitalization that provides our clients with the structure, support and education necessary to help them overcome their behavioral health issues. We provide specialized treatment for many behavioral health problems, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, thought disorders, as well as co-occurring disorders.
The Partial Hospitalization Program provides intensive Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Our program uses cognitive behavioral therapy to develop better coping mechanisms, improve management of symptoms, and promote healthy-living skills. This comprehensive approach to patient care incorporates group education and therapy, individual and family therapy, psychiatric evaluation, and medication management. Our multidisciplinary team consists of psychiatrists, nurses, psychotherapists and case managers.
The Partial Hospitalization Program at Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore uses medical, psychological and social interventions to:
- Maintain safety for the patient
- Stabilize behavioral health symptoms
- Provide education related to the illness and its management
- Provide methods to identify early warning symptoms and relapse prevention skills
- Evaluate the use and efficacy of medications
- Develop relapse prevention and self-care skills
What is Recovery?
Recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling a person with mental health and substance abuse problems to live a meaningful life in a community of his or her choice, while striving to achieve full potential. Our goal is to help patients reduce or stabilize symptoms. By providing patients with services and strategies, we help people manage their illnesses and move forward in their lives.
Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore
5900 S. Lake Drive
4th Floor, Behavioral Health
Cudahy, WI, 53110