“The renovated unit has a really hopeful energy and a great aesthetic that is amazingly conducive to managing crisis and helping provide patients with the high quality care they deserve.”
--Cory Nohl, MD, Medical Director
Thoroughly Re-modeled for 21st Century Care!
At the Brattleboro Retreat, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals will find a safe, supportive community of professionals and peers in an LGBT-positive, LGBT-affirming setting. Free from judgment. Free from prejudice.
Now in a beautifully remodeled, state-of -the art space offering 13 single rooms and one double, the Retreat's LGBT Adult Inpatient Program offers the finest in comfort, safety and clinical excellence.
We’ll help you embrace hope and find the strength to overcome a variety of challenges:
- Drug and alcohol addiction
- Co-occurring disorders (dual diagnosis)
- Grief and loss issues
- Sexual Identity
- Sexual Trauma
- Sexual Compulsivity
- Self-harming and suicidal behavior
- Other mental health issues.
Carefully Selected & Trained Clinical Staff
Here you’ll find a caring group of healthcare providers. Some are members of the LGBT community. All are trained in sensitivity issues that may affect you as an LGBT individual at the Retreat. Your recovery is our primary goal.
- Privacy, Diginity and Comfort
- Private bedrooms
- Private, gender-neutral bathrooms and showers
- Co-ed treatment programs where all expressions of gender are welcome.
Mental Health & Addiction Treatment Services for LGBT Individuals
- psychological & medical evaluation
- around-the-clock acute hospital care
- drug and alcohol detox/short-term stabilization
- medication management
- individual & group therapy
- partner and family counseling
- coaching on the “coming out” process
- expertise in treating transgender individuals
- aftercare planning specific to the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
For more information about LGBT inpatient care, and the Brattleboro Retreat’s other programs & services for mental health and addiction issues, call 802-258-3700 or go to our Central Intake Department.