What to Expect
What Can I Expect During the Initial Admissions Assessment?
During the assessment, a licensed mental health professional will help you understand what type of care best meets your needs. You may then be referred to a therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist or other mental health professionals for outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization or inpatient treatment. You and your family may be involved in deciding which treatment option is right for you.
Because patients spend a great deal of time in group therapy and meeting with their doctors and social workers, we do not want to interrupt their treatment unnecessarily. Therefore, we limit visiting hours and telephone hours to specific times each day.
Visiting and telephone hours vary by unit; please call the facility for more information. All visitors and callers must have the patient’s ID number to visit or talk with patients. Only two visitors per patient are allowed at a time, with no more than four visitors. Visitors must be 16 or older to visit acute patients.
How long do patients typically remain at Three Rivers?
We develop a treatment plan for each patient depending on their specific needs. Consequently, the expected length of stay may vary from patient to patient.
What if I don’t want anyone to know I am in the hospital?
The confidentiality of patient information is very important. Three Rivers Behavioral Health has a responsibility to safeguard your privacy.
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