Bloomington Meadows Hospital, Bloomington, Indiana

Sunset in Northwest Indiana, USA
3600 North Prow Road
Bloomington, IN, 47404

Bloomington Meadows Hospital Overview

Bloomington Meadows Hospital, founded in 1992, is a treatment center for addiction, behavioral and mental health issues catering to children, youths and adults. The hospital has two separate facilities located in two separate but nearby towns of Terre Haute and New Albany, with the latter facility offering an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). The hospital offers individualized treatment options consisting of free, face-to-face assessment (which can last up to 45 minutes) by a mental health professional, medically assisted detoxification (which may last up to 7 days), and inpatient and intensive outpatient programs. The hospital also offers a partial hospitalization program, treatment for patients who might be suffering from a co-occurring disorder, and mental health counseling sessions suited to fit the patients’ specific needs. The facility also has an inpatient program for adolescents which consist of a school run by state-certified educators. The average length of stay for clients is a month, after which they usually enroll in a different program. Clients may engage in various forms of therapy and counseling sessions including recreational, art and meditational therapy. The 12-step program is not included in the facility’s program, but individual, group and family therapy sessions are offered. The facility also boasts of expert staff including therapists with masters-degree, psychiatric nurses and a host of other clinical staff.

Accommodation, Schedules, and Food

The Bloomington Meadows Hospital is situated on a beautiful property capable of accommodating up to 56 individuals. 16 of these spaces are reserved for adolescents and teenagers involved in the inpatient addiction treatment and the dual diagnosis treatment. The hospital has a medically monitored detoxification unit which may house up to 12 individuals. Rooms and spaces are separated by gender. The facility encourages patients to bring about 3-4 days of comfortable clothing. Any type of revealing or inappropriate clothing is prohibited at the facility, and so are alcohol-containing products, electrical devices, perfumes, and sharp items. Laundry services are provided on-site. Clients may bring basic toiletries on admission, although the facility does provide certain personal hygiene items. The rooms have small wardrobes for the storage of personal items, twin beds, and dressers. Times are designated for patients to use hospital phones, and incoming calls can be received during breaks. A basketball court, gym, and outdoor recreational area are also available at the facility. Meals are served in a cafeteria style and are carefully prepared by a team of nutritionists who emphasize healthy meals and accommodate dietary restrictions.

Treatment & Therapy

The facility offers various levels of care for its patients. These include:


In this form of treatment, adolescent and adult with substance abuse dependency issues are admitted for a supervised detoxification process which can take up to a week. Clients are given psychiatric medication to stabilize them if necessary. The hospital pays special attention to the patient and gives them the individualized care they need.

Inpatient Treatment

This form of treatment usually entails individual, group and family counseling. 24/7 nursing care is also provided along with fitness areas and holistic therapy models like art and recreational therapy.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

The hospital offers an outpatient program for patients in order to help them develop necessary coping skills and techniques to maintain long-lasting recovery. Substance abuse, grief and, anxiety are some of the problems treated at this stage.

The following are some of the issues treated at the hospital:

  • Substance Addiction
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Stress

Therapy Options

The hospital offers a list of therapy options for patients which include:

  • Family Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Mental Health Counseling


Bloomington Meadows costs approximately $27,000 for a 30-day treatment. The price for treatment varies depending on the program chosen. Clients are given a free assessment (which is confidential) and services over the phone, and it is available 24/7. The hospital’s helpline is always open to respond to questions and referrals. The hospital accepts most insurance plans and self-payment methods. Any insurance plan submitted will be verified on or before admission into the hospital. A simple request form can be filled for more information if clients are unclear on insurance coverage and financial aid. If patients have no available insurance, online payments can be made either by the patient or the patient’s family.


The facility has the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission.

Why Bloomington Meadows Hospital

Families of patients currently in any program at the hospital are allowed to call officials and administrative staff at any time to get progress reports on family members. Patients are allowed to receive calls at a particular time during the day from Monday to Sunday, to prevent interference in activities and treatments. The facility believes that every patient is different and unique and in that, all programs are tailored to fit individual needs depending on the issue each patient is facing. Treatment plans are solution-based and very practical, as the hospital lays special importance to the reduction of visible symptoms and good coping mechanisms to reduce the probability of a relapse. Art and Music Therapy are holistic therapies offered by the facility to help with the managing of stress and as a coping mechanism. Individuals not on the patient’s approved call list will not be allowed to speak to such patient. Recreational activities and areas include Basket Ball, Gym, Wall Climbing, and many more.


  • Christopher R. Dowers: Chief Executive Officer
  • Nathan Saucedo: Director Of Clinical Services
  • Penny Caswell: Chief Nursing Officer
  • Becky Nyberg: Chief Financial Officer

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