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At Gateway Foundation Swansea, we use evidence-based practices to treat every aspect of addiction. Our intensive outpatient facility offers industry-leading care in a compassionate environment. Learn more about our treatments and why patients choose us as their provider.
Addiction has many long-term effects on well-being that a treatment program can help you address. By getting help from Gateway Foundation Swansea, you can improve these aspects of health:
When you get treatment for your addiction, you also reduce your risk of related health complications. For example, you can lower your chances of getting a serious disease or experiencing an overdose.
Our addiction experts offer treatments developed through innovative research. At Gateway Foundation Swansea, we consider addiction a treatable disease. With evidence-based approaches, we can help you manage your addiction symptoms for a successful recovery. We provide a range of industry-leading treatments, including:
We understand that everyone has a different experience with addiction and that successful treatment accounts for these differences. As one of our patients, you will receive a personalized care plan adapted to your needs.
An intensive outpatient program at our facility features daily treatment and therapy while letting you go home at night. As a result, this program empowers you to get similar care to inpatient treatment with more flexibility. The benefits of intensive outpatient care include:
Outpatient care like we provide at our Swansea location gives you the flexibility to manage recovery alongside the aspects of life you consider important.
You may get more benefits from outpatient or inpatient care, depending on a variety of factors. Our outpatient services suit patients who:
If you have severe symptoms or need a stronger support system, you may need inpatient treatment. We welcome anyone in need of help to schedule an appointment with us to find the right option. After intake, our team can refer you to another Gateway Foundation center for inpatient treatment if necessary.
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Deacon Farrelly has dedicated his life to helping others, backed by more than three decades of experience with behavioral health and nonprofit work. As a clinician, he specialized in individual, couples’ and family therapy as well as career advising. He also served as a clinical supervisor for adolescent residential treatment. As a leader of both nonprofits and for-profits, he has proven success in building diverse teams and strategic project management. In 2018, Deacon brought his expertise and dedication to Gateway Foundation. In addition, he is a member of the NAMI St. Louis Board of Directors, an organization that strives to improve the quality of life for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and their families. He is inspired every day by patients’ commitment to overcoming their challenges to improve their lives and the lives of their loved ones.
Deacon earned his bachelor’s and master’s in social work from the University of Kansas.
Dr. Hetal Amin has more than 20 years of practice experience and specializes in psychiatry and neurology. Dr. Amin joined Gateway Foundation in 2007 as a consulting psychiatrist before becoming the medical director.
Dr. Amin finished his addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Connecticut, and during the fellowship, he participated in research on Campral and Vivitrol. Prior to joining Gateway Foundation, he worked as medical director at different community mental health centers in Southern Illinois. Over the last 15 years, Dr. Amin has worked with patients with severe co-occurring disorders. Dr. Amin actively participates in local charity clubs and provides volunteer services.
He earned his medical degree from Baroda Medical College.
Gateway Foundation Swansea’s highly trained addiction specialists educate and develop relapse prevention goals for patients with substance use disorders. All of Swansea’s counselors are masters-prepared and many of them hold licenses in either social work or counseling. The team is caring and passionate about ensuring that patients receive the best care and leave treatment feeling prepared to use their skills to maintain a sober lifestyle. From an Intensive Outpatient Program to Addiction Therapy Services, you can count on our staff to help you maintain sobriety. For more information, contact Gateway Foundation Swansea today at 618.234.9002.