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When you are struggling with a behavioral health disorder or emotional problem, you need special attention to find new ways to live a more balanced life. Fortunately, between 70 and 90% of people who seek treatment see a significant reduction in symptoms and improved quality of life. And Linden Oaks at Edward can help. We're dedicated to helping you achieve complete recovery, so we treat the whole person - biologically, psychologically, socially and spiritually.
Linden Oaks 24/7 Help Line
One phone call links you to our Help Line where a trained resource and referral counselor is ready to talk to you or a loved one calling on behalf of someone who may need treatment.
Get started now by calling (630) 305-5500. During this conversation, our counselor will set you up with an appointment for an assessment of your condition and/or provide you with a referral for the best treatment options. We're here 24/7.
If you need services, you will meet with a licensed resource and referral counselor for a more detailed screening. The counselor will give a recommendation for treatment after consulting with a psychiatrist via the phone. Screenings are free of charge and strictly confidential.
Online mental health assessments are also designed to help you understand how feelings like depression, stress, and anxiety may be affecting you. Link to our online mental health assessments.
Linden Oaks at Edward has been awarded the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for a commitment to excellence in two new disease management programs: Bipolar Disorders and Depression.
What we treat
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Our services address specific conditions such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders and self-injury for adolescents and adults. Download a brochure about our services. As a leading center for the treatment of substance abuse, we offer a variety of services at each stage of the recovery process, including inpatient and outpatient treatment, and detoxification.
Our eating disorders program has received regional and national recognition for its success stories, equine therapy, and Arabella House, a residential care center for eating disorders patients.
What to Expect
Everyone is different, so we select a course of treatment that is individually designed by our treatment team with your input. Depending on the outcome of your initial assessment, we may recommend inpatient services for severe behavioral issues; partial / outpatient services as an alternative or follow-up to inpatient treatment; or outpatient services that offer a high level of supportive, focused and structured care. Your plan may also include individual, group, or family therapy as another outlet for communicating your feelings and understanding your illness. Continuing care is key to long term recovery, so we offer support groups and after care.
We use a multidisciplinary approach to address your every need. Throughout treatment, your team may include registered nurses, behavioral health associates, occupational therapists, dietitians, clinical therapists and psychiatrists. Our doctors have trained at some of the most prestigious medical schools, and our staff is experienced in a variety of treatment modalities.
Remember, one call gets you started to living a more balanced life. Please call our Help Line at (630) 305-5500. Screenings are free of charge and strictly confidential.
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From our candlelight vigil for eating disorders to annual recovery day, we offer many opportunities for support.Support
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