Logansport State Hospital is composed of two service lines which provide care to adults with mental illness and/or persons who are developmentally disabled. The service lines are:
Isaac Ray Treatment Center
The Isaac Ray Treatment Center (IRTC) is an 88 bed, four unit, forensic service line that serves male patients who are incompetent to stand trial, who have served their sentences with the Department of Correction and continue to need mental health services, found not guilty by reason of insanity and those individuals with mental illness and severely dangerous behaviors.
The IRTC’s therapeutic focus, from admission to release, is goal-oriented and based on the positive reinforcement of the patient. Referrals to the IRTC come through the Office of General Counsel for the Division of Mental Health and Addiction and the Department of Corrections psychiatric treatment unit or from other state psychiatric mental health facilities.
Isaac Ray 1 West- 21 male beds: Treatment for all civilly committed persons with forcible felony charges, outdates, and a less restrictive environment for persons with non-restorable Insufficient Comprehension to Stand Trail (ICST).
Isaac Ray 2 West-14 male beds: Admission and highly structured unit treatment program addressing extreme maladaptive behaviors, outdates; persons with forcible felony charges and Department of Correction referrals.
Isaac Ray 3 West-27 beds: Admission, treatment and restoration services for ICSTs and non-restorable ICSTs on civil commitment not appropriate for step-down due to behavior or severity of charges.
Isaac Ray 2 East-26 beds: Admission, treatment and restoration services for ICSTs and non-restorable ICSTs on civil commitment not appropriate for a less restrictive environment due to behavior or severity of charges.
Larson Treatment Center (LTC) psychiatric services
Larson Treatment Center is an 82 bed, four unit, service line that provides specialty programs of sexual responsibility programming, female forensic services for those that are incompetent to stand trial or who have served their sentences with the Department of Correction and require additional mental health services. Programs are also provided for individuals who require programming focused on cognitive skill building, a less restrictive environment/transition services and continued stabilization.
Treatment is individualized through interdisciplinary assessments and may include stabilization of symptoms through psychopharmacology, management of medical problems, individual and group therapy, patient and family education, rehabilitation and recreation therapy, academic and skills training, and vocational training including pre-vocational skills. Various types of training programs implement bio-psychosocial learning programs, including groups on medication management, anger management, coping skills, community re-integration, social skills development, and adult living skills such as money management and cooking, etc.
Larson 1 North - less restrictive environment and continued stabilization
This unit provides services for up to 22 male patients who suffer from persistent mental illness and have exhibited difficulties in the stabilization of psychiatric symptoms and may have ongoing issues of competency restoration. The services are provided with an interdisciplinary team approach. A bio-psychosocial regime of treatment is provided for each patient in order to facilitate the learning of behaviors necessary for functioning in a community setting. Treatment is focused on acceptance of responsibility, continued review of competency restoration status, coping skills, decision making, leisure skills, money management skills and transition programming. Treatment outcome measures include completion of a series of hierarchically ordered, therapeutic tasks.
Larson 1 South - cognitive skill deficits
Larson 1 South provides services for up to 16 mentally ill patients, male or female, who exhibit lower cognitive functioning and who have assessed need for skill building related to independent functioning skills. Programming focus is on skill development and behavioral skills related to community living. Treatment is provided in the areas of anger management, adult daily living skills, coping skills, recreation and leisure skills, interpersonal skills, and as appropriate, adult basic education. These programs are provided by members of the interdisciplinary team and are based upon the individual needs of the patients. The interdisciplinary team focuses on assisting the patient in gaining control of their behavior while learning skills necessary for placement in the least restrictive environment. Treatment outcome measures include completion of a series of hierarchically ordered, therapeutic tasks.
Larson 2 South - competency restoration and continued stabilization
Larson 2 South is a 22 bed female unit. Programming focus for these individuals is on restoration of competency, stabilization of psychiatric symptoms and stabilization of maladaptive behaviors. Treatment focus is in the areas of competency restoration, coping skills, social skills, recreation and leisure skills, adult daily living skills, and vocational and adult basic education as indicated. These programs are provided by members of the interdisciplinary team and are based upon the individual needs of the patients. The interdisciplinary team focuses on assisting the patient in gaining control of behavior while learning skills necessary for placement in the least restrictive environment. Treatment outcome measures include completion of a series of hierarchically ordered, therapeutic tasks.
Larson 2 North - sexual responsibility
The sexual responsibility unit is a 22-bed unit for male patients who have identified sexual problems relating to predatory or victimization issues as well as mental illness. These patients exhibit a wide range of psychiatric symptoms and require various levels of supervision. Treatment is provided for the express purpose of assisting them to manage individualized dynamic risk factors for sexual re-offense sufficiently for safe community placement. Treatment outcome measures include reduction of dynamic risk factors for sexual reoffending and completion of a series of hierarchically ordered, therapeutic tasks. This is accomplished utilizing an interdisciplinary approach. Individual and group psychotherapy relating to sexual responsibility issues are a major focus of the treatment provided. Programming related to coping skills, recreation/leisure, vocational skills and adult basic education is also provided as identified by assessed need.