Psychosis Treatment Centers in Columbia, MO

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CenterPointe Columbia Outpatient Clinic
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CenterPointe provides virtual and in-person intensive outpatient programs for individuals who are seeking treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Offering a variety of treatment options for children, adolescents, and adults, we strive to meet each person where they are. Outpatient treatment services are appropriate for patients who demonstrate medication compliance, the ability to maintain home, work and school commitments and have support from their home and social environments. Outpatient is ideal for individuals experiencing moderate to moderately severe symptoms that do not require inpatient hospitalization but need added support to regain stability with their mental health.
(573) 262-8552
Columbia, MO 65202
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Psychosis Treatment Centers

What’s the most effective treatment for psychosis?

The most effective treatment for psychosisis coordinated specialty care. In this model, a team of professionals works with a patient to address all aspects of the underlying disorder. This approach incorporates individual or group therapy, employment and education support, family support and education, medication management (which often involves low doses of antipsychotics), and case management to facilitate problem-solving as needed.

When should people seek treatment for psychosis?

People should seek immediate treatment at the earliest indication of psychosis. Symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, disorganized or blocked speech, and agitated body movements. Early signs that a person may be developing a disorder that will lead to psychosis include suspiciousness of others, memory problems and distractibility, an inability to think clearly, rapid or nonsensical speech, withdrawal from friends or family, aggression toward others, and sensitivity to bright lights or noises.

What if psychosis is left untreated?

Without treatment, psychosis can have significant repercussions, including injuries, job loss, homelessness, financial or legal trouble, ruptured relationships, and suffering for the person and their family. While early treatment for psychosis often yields the best results, there is no point past which it becomes useless to seek treatment. At any point, treatment can make a difference.

How do I get someone else to seek treatment for psychosis?

It’s extremely difficult to watch a loved one suffer from hallucinations, delusions, and other elements of psychosis—sometimes exacerbated by their fears of treatment. Have a conversation with them in a quiet space and maintain a calm, supportive tone. Share your concerns about behaviors you’ve observed, suggest treatment, and explain the potential benefits. Listen carefully to their responses. The person may not be ready after one conversation, but with time, they may come around.

Rehab in Columbia

Clients who are looking for Drug Rehab in Columbia or Alcohol Rehab in Columbia can find help at a treatment center. The first step towards recovery usually requires clients to detox in Columbia under medical supervision, and follow-up with a period of intensive therapy at the center.


Residential inpatient treatment in Columbia consists of 24-hour care at a live-in facility. Full treatment services, including medical and behavioral therapy, are provided all at one location.

Outpatient treatment programs in Columbia provide flexibility to those who are unable to take time away from their regular lives, work or school. Programs typically meet at the clinic a couple of times every week for a few hours at a time.

Certain programs provide a combination of the in/out approach: Inpatient for medical stabilization, partial hospitalization for moderate cases, intensive outpatient programs, and outpatient clinics for follow-up. For instance, opiate abusers may find it helpful to begin their abstinence with a brief but intensive outpatient opiate drug detox in Columbia.