ISPS-US Institutional Members
The following organizations are Institutional Members of ISPS-US. In addition to being listed on our website, Institutional Members are listed in a special section of the ISPS-US Directory, and they get discounts on exhibiting at meetings, registration for a representative, and advertising in our publications. To have your organization join ISPS-US, please fill out the Membership Form including a contact name, and e-mail a 100-word description to firstname.lastname@example.org. Annual dues are $150 and may be paid on our website or mailed to us.
Alternative To Meds Center, LLC
40 Goodrow Lane
Sedona, AZ 86336
Alternative to Meds Center is a residential treatment program using biochemical correction of addiction and alternatives to psychiatric drugs. We handle residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation, as well as specialized care for a tapering medication withdrawal.
The Austen Riggs Center
25 Main St.
P.O. Box 962
Stockbridge, MA 01262-0962
The Austen Riggs Center is a private, non-profit, fully open psychiatric hospital and continuum of care in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Listed as one of US News and World Report's Best Hospitals, the Center is known for its provision of four-times weekly intensive psychotherapy, milieu and group treatment, family work, and an unusually creative activities program. Patients are admitted for an initial 6 week period of intensive evaluation and treatment, but total treatment averages 6 months. Patients are followed by the same therapist and treatment team throughout the continuum of care. For information, contact admissions at 1-800-51-RIGGS.
Collaborative Support Programs of NJ, Inc.
11 Spring St.
Freehold, NJ 07728
Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, Inc. (CSP-NJ) is a private not-for-profit organization. The agency is directed, managed and staffed through the collaborative efforts of mental health consumers and non-consumers.
CSP-NJ strives to provide individualized, flexible community based services that promote responsibility, recovery and wellness. This is done through the creation and administration of self-help centers, supportive housing, advocacy and entrepreneurial programs for adults with mental health issues and other special needs.
As a mission-based, consumer driven organization, CSP-NJ exists to advocate for and provide consumer driven mental health services that provide and promote community living. CSP-NJ has created a consumer driven alternative to the traditional mental health system.
Colorado Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies
13528 Terragon, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112-6333
The Colorado Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies is a training institute teaching the theories and techniques for healing the psychoses and other severe narcissistic disorders. Using Modern Psychoanalytic, Lacanian and Kleinian perspectives, we show how mental illness is the product of developmental trauma that prevents a solid and coherent self to emerge. Rather the person has to form adaptations that work temporarily, but that mirror the chaos and painfulness of the traumatic situation itself. We show the methods that strengthen the patient’s psyche and heal their sufferings and maladaptations, thus fostering integrity and autonomy of the self .
CooperRiis Healing Community
101 Healing Farm Lane
Mill Spring, NC 28756
Located in Western North Carolina, CooperRiis Healing Community is a non-profit organization serving 80+ residents through two main campuses - a 95+ acre working farm and a an active urban campus in Asheville - and eight transitional living homes. Seven of our transitional homes are for those pursuing work and education goals. We also maintain one home for four residents whose recovery process is longer-term. We serve men and women who are 18+ and are struggling with diagnoses of serious mental illness and secondary addiction issues. The average stay is 6-9 months. CooperRiis gives over $2.3 million in scholarships a year to assist residents with our fee.
Elpida House, Inc.
7 Mt. Lassen Dr., Ste D-256
San Rafael, CA 94903
Elpida House is a private, non-profit that operates four residential treatment programs in Marin County, CA. Our comprehensive programs are open to adults diagnosed with persistent mental illness, who are interested in developing the skills necessary to manage their illness so that they may eventually live an independent, meaningful life in the community. All residents receive individualized treatment that includes psychotherapy, group therapy, case-management, medication oversight, daily exercise, and a day program tailored to individual needs. For further information about Elpida’s services please contact Laura McCormick, Ph.D. at 415-499-8613 or visit elpidahouse.org.
1115 Ironwood Dr.
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Innercept offers a continuum of programming for adolescence through young adulthood. Based on holistic principles, the program utilizes Integral Psychology to provide a balanced, on-going treatment approach compatible with each individual's aptitude and assets in mind. Programs include Adolescent Intensive and Stabilization, Young Adult Intensive, Young Adult Transition, Young Adult Intensive Transition, Young Adult Stabilization, and Aftercare. These independent living programs are designed to empower youth as they explore their role in their family, peer group, community and world. Innercept has home-environment based programs conceived of and directed by a dynamic group of clinicians, educators and nurses who have extensive experience within school, hospital, residential and outpatient psychiatric settings. Our philosophy is that by mentoring responsibility, empathy, respect and integrity as the core elements of moral fiber, we increase the probability of a fulfilling, healthy and successful life.
Natural Psychotherapy International
174 East 73rd St .
New York , NY 10021
212 737 7683
Natural Psychotherapy, developed by New York psychologist Eric Riss, Ph.D. and his wife, Dr. Miriam Riss, is a mind-freeing therapy for self-understanding and self-empowerment. It is a thoroughly holistic, drug-free, alternative therapy for all types of psychological stresses and difficulties – from the most common and mildest, to the most unusual and severe. Natural psychotherapy does not use psychiatry’s dehumanizing theories or practices: it does not resort to damaging labeling of people, endless medicating, or any of the other risky psychiatric “treatments.” In natural therapy one learns how to resolve the so-called “mental illnesses” as well as many of life’s problems and crises in effective, positive and realistic ways.
Phoenix of Santa Barbara
107 E. Micheltorena St.
Santa Barbara, CA 9310
Phoenix of Santa Barbara has two residential programs for the treatment of major mental disorders. Phoenix House is a licensed social rehabilitation program and Mountain House is a licensed, augmented board and care. We also have an outpatient dual-diagnosis program and an outpatient Mainstream program that offers wrap-around services, individual counseling, family therapy and a multi-family group. We offer recovery-oriented services, CBT counseling, and the Open Dialogue technique from Finland. We contract with Santa Barbara County Mental Health and also accept private pay clients.
Windhorse Community Services, Inc.
1501 Yarmouth Ave.
Boulder, CO 80304
Windhorse Community Services, Inc., a private therapeutic service and community in Boulder, CO, serves local and out-of-state persons.
Significant recovery from serious mental health challenges is more achievable in an optimal situation. Programs are tailored to each person’s needs and resources, and may include:
• Intensive outpatient recovery team
• Individual treatment residence
• Basic attendance
• Psychosocial supports: recreational/fitness, vocational, educational, community
• Medication coordination
• Adjunct to existing care
• Family consultation
We bring our compassionate, whole-person perspective to all of our work.
For information, contact Anne Marie DiGiacomo, MSW, LCSW: 303-786-9314 x109. email@example.com .
Providing creative home-based approaches to challenging treatment needs since 1981.