ABOUT ST. VINCENT KOKOMO TRINITY HOUSE SERVICES
St. Vincent Hospital’s psychiatric wing, Trinity House, in Kokomo, Ind., provides behavioral health assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults dealing with psychiatric, emotional, and addiction disorders. The hospital has inpatient, outpatient, day treatment, intensive outpatient (IOP) and emergency 24-hour crisis services. .Detoxification is offered on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment in any program begins with a psychiatric evaluation.
Adults and adolescents dealing with psychiatric and emotional issues like depression, anxiety, and stress, will undergo psychological and neuropsychological testing. Clients may be involved in individual and family therapy, couples/marital therapies, and play therapy. Electroconvulsive therapy, anager management, and medication management is available.
Those dealing with chemical dependency will participate in individual and group therapy, play therapy, anger management, and couples/marital therapy. Acupuncture is offered as a detoxification method. Intensive outpatient programming (IOP) is offered three times per week.for graduates is available.
The Renewal Treatment Services offers Christian-based programming for those in inpatient, day treatment, partial hospitalization and outpatient by appointment.
The multidisciplinary staff at St. Vincent includes board-certified psychiatrists in adult, children, and adolescent psychiatry. The hospital also employs licensed social workers and counselors, masters-level therapists, and nurses.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
No information regarding living arrangements and related offerings is available at this time of writing, but two of three alumni gave accommodations at St. Vincent Trinity House perfect five stars. One alum gave accommodations two out of five stars.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Three anonymous alumni responding to a Best-rehabs.com poll to date gave mixed feedback regarding treatment at Trinity House. Two alumni gave four out of five stars to the hospital’s treatment effectiveness and five out of five stars to quality of meals and accommodations.
Two of the three alumni recommended treatment at St. Vincent’s and complimented staff. One anonymous reviewer wrote: “Excellent at giving you resources. They are very caring. However, they give you too much down time.” Another added: “Good AA program…You have the ability to talk to someone when you are down.”
However, the third alum called it a “decent program” and gave one- and two-stars to 12 of 15 evaluated metrics including the hospital’s treatment effectiveness and family participation.
On Citehealth, four reviewers gave mixed feedback with an average of 2.5 out of five stars. Three reviewers complained about a specific doctor, calling him “arrogant” and “rude.” Two individuals warned against attending the facility. “My suggestion would be ,find another facility if you want to get better,” one individual commented. However, one anonymous alum gave a positive review: “I felt safe for one. More educated and with more hope than I had before I checked in.” 
WHAT STAFF SAY
The sole staff member polled by Best-rehabs.com to date, Robert, indicated that Trinity House’s strengths include its love, compassion, and supportiveness. Robert gave five out of five stars to the overall quality of treatment, treatment for co-occurring disorders, and loyalty to patients but commented that staff is underpaid.
St. Vincent accepts most insurance coverage plans.