McLEAN RESIDENCE AT LINCOLN
Welcome to the McLean Residence at Lincoln
Program Overview (pdf)
The McLean Residence at Lincoln is a structured transitional therapeutic setting for men and women, ages 18 and older, receiving partial hospital or intensive outpatient care for mood, anxiety and other related disorders on the McLean Hospital, Belmont campus and elsewhere in the community.
McLean Residence at Lincoln
Individual care management along with educational, vocational and skill building groups are offered onsite at the Lincoln Residence to augment outpatient treatment. Individualized care planning is utilized to assist residents with their recovery. Residents manage their own medications and work towards acquiring new coping skills designed to enhance the gains made in their treatment. The goal for each resident’s stay is to prepare them to return to independent living in the community.
The Lincoln Residence accommodates up to eight people, with each person having a private room and bath. Full high quality dining services are provided onsite. The facility has a small well-equipped exercise room and a well maintained tennis court. In addition, residents are provided with community-based opportunities to pursue other interests and adjunctive therapies, which are aligned with their treatment goals. A shuttle van transports residents back and forth between Lincoln and Belmont, as well as to other community resources.
The Residence will be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by a multidisciplinary team that includes a board-certified psychiatrist/medical director, a full-time experienced program director, a case manager, a staff nurse, a guest services coordinator/concierge and well-trained community residence counselors.
The cost is $1000 per day, excluding outpatient treatment and services.For further information, please call 1.781.259.8565 or e-mail email@example.com.
About McLean Hospital
U.S. News & World Report ranked McLean Hospital first among all freestanding psychiatric hospitals. McLean Hospital is the largest psychiatric facility of Harvard Medical School, an affiliate of the Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of Partners HealthCare.