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...Thank you for your interest in Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center. One of our representatives will contact you shortly....

Dual Diagnosis / MISA

...Dual Diagnosis / MISA…Dual diagnosis refers to those who are living with Mental Illness and Substance Abuse (MISA) disorders at the same time. Unless they are treated together, one’s condition may worsen while the other improves. If your...

Charity Care

...Charity Care…Lincoln Prairie can provide financial assistance to patients in need. We will extend medically necessary services free-of-charge, or at a reduced amount, to an individual who is eligible by meeting certain financial criteria. Chari...

Patient Education

...Patient Education Resources…Learn more about common psychiatric disorders and what you can do to help a loved one living with mental health difficulties….Bipolar Disorder in Children…Bipolar disorder in children is often confused wi...

Continuing Education

...Continuing Education…Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center periodically offers continuing education opportunities for professionals. Please visit this page again soon to find an opportunity that may be of interest to you….Help is Just...

Licensing & Accreditation

...Licensing and Accreditation…Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center is dedicated to providing the highest level of quality care to our patients. The Joint Commission’s gold seal of approval on our website shows that we have demonstrated comp...

Leadership

...Our Leadership Team…Mark Littrell – CEO…Rob Hittmeier – COO…Melissa Trader – CNO…Emily Legner – CCO…Jami Severino – Director of Health Information…Anoosh Salman – Medical Director…Tom DeMarco –...

Letter From CEO

...Letter from CEO…Dear Families, Friends and Colleagues Welcome and thank you for visiting the Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center website. I trust and hope that our site will help educate you about our programs and services so that you can...

FAQs

...Frequently Asked Questions…What is individual therapy and how does it work?…Individual therapy will be offered to each child by his or her assigned program therapist a minimum of two times a week. The program therapist will meet with the...

LGBTQ

...LGBTQ Program…Being an adolescent is not easy in today’s society. Being an adolescent who identifies as LGBTQ is even more difficult. For those struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma or any other mental health issue, it is necessary to f...