Category

Behavioral Health News
neonatal abstinence syndrome

How Cincinnati Hospitals Help Opioid-Addicted Newborns

If you are or know someone who struggles with addiction, then you know that substance abuse has far-reaching effects. And this is never more apparent than in cases of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), where an infant is born addicted to opioids it was exposed to in the womb. But a new treatment plan being enacted...
Read More
Quarantine Depression

Quarantine Depression: Has the Pandemic Affected Your Mental Health?

The COVID-19 epidemic has affected nearly every aspect of life, perhaps most especially mental health. As a result, many Ohioans have experienced a depression spike following the lockdowns. During the peak of the pandemic, when quarantines were in full effect, four in 10 adults in the United States reported symptoms of quarantine depression, with Ohio...
Read More
postpartum depression

Postpartum Depression and COVID: Protecting Mental Health

In any parent’s life, the birth of a baby is a powerful moment. There are often a lot of emotions—from joy to excitement to nervousness. But in some cases, these emotions go beyond excitement or new parent anxieties. In fact, depression is not an uncommon feeling after giving birth. And when it lingers in an...
Read More
Anxiety Awareness

Anxiety Awareness: How to Spot the Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

The occasional run-in with anxiety is a normal part of everyday life. However, when that anxiety becomes frequent, intense, and starts to interfere with daily activities, it can become especially problematic. This type of persistent worry and fear is what is known as an anxiety disorder. And being aware of mental health conditions like this...
Read More
COVID and Young Adult Mental Health

Has the Pandemic Impacted the Mental Health of Young Adults?

It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has had a negative impact on mental health. But new evidence shows that young adults, particularly those in Ohio, might be at especially increased risk of developing a mental health issue in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A new study conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University...
Read More
Medicare and Medicaid

Medicaid and Medicare for Mental Health Services in Ohio

Georgetown Behavioral Hospital gladly works with patients to simplify the confusion in paying for rehab. We accept many different health insurances including Medicare and Medicaid. Learn more about the difference between Medicare and Medicaid for mental health coverage and whether Medicare or Medicaid is the right option for you.  Medicare vs Medicaid Medicare and Medicaid are...
Read More
Gray Death Drug Ohio

5 Facts You Need to Know About the Fatal Gray Death Drug

With more and more reports of the gray death drug appearing throughout the United States, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is urging the public to learn as much about this deadly substance as possible before additional lives are lost. With that in mind, here are five important facts you need to know about the gray...
Read More
HIV Drug Needles

Recent HIV Spike from Drug Needles Highlights Ohio Drug Problem

Ohio health officials reported some alarming preliminary statistics highlighting an ongoing Ohio drug problem in the suburbs of Cincinnati. According to a public health press release, eight new cases of HIV have been recorded in Butler county since the start of 2021. While this number is seemingly low, it represents a 700% increase from the...
Read More
Overdose Deaths Among Black Americans

Overdose Deaths Among Black Americans Keep Rising: Why?

It’s no secret that Ohio has been deeply affected by the opioid epidemic. And in many cases, opioid overdoses proved fatal. But in recent years, it seemed that the problem was improving. For example, the National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that the 2017 rate of 4,293 opioid overdose deaths fell to 3,237 deaths in...
Read More
drinker's nose

Drinker’s Nose: Is “Alcoholic Nose” Really From Drinking?

Alcoholic nose, or drinker’s nose, is an informal term that refers to an enlarged purple nose that is thought to be caused by chronic alcohol abuse. The condition was made famous by W.C. Fields, an American actor during the early 20th century known for his heavy drinking who referred to the bumps on his bulbous...
Read More
1 3 4 5 6 7 8

GET HELP NOW

 1-937-483-4930

New Admissions Hotline

Confidential Form

Insurance Georgetown BehavioralAetna Insurance Georgetown BehavioralHumana Insurance Georgetown BehavioralMedicare AcceptedMedical Mutual Insurance Georgetown BehavioralMagellan Insurance Georgetown BehavioralBright Health Insurance AcceptedUSA Insurance AcceptedMolina Medicaid AcceptedBeacon Insurance AcceptedChamp VA Insurance AcceptedHumana VA Insurance AcceptedOptum VA Insurance AcceptedValor Insurance AcceptedCareSource Insurance Accepted

Increased precautions we're taking in response to the coronavirus Read More ->
+
Admissions
Directions