Adult Mental Health Program

At Georgetown Behavioral Hospital near Cincinnati, Ohio, our Adult Mental Health Program provides intensive inpatient treatment for adults dealing with mental health issues in a safe and secure setting.

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Nearly 20 percent of adults in the United States encounter mental illness each year. These mental health conditions influence a person’s thinking, feeling, behavior or moods and can have profound effects on an individual’s quality of life. Historically, mental illness statistics in Ohio have mirrored national trends with about one in five adults experiencing mental illness in any given year.

Fortunately, mental health facilities for adults are available to those in need of psychiatric care or adult mental health services, and the mental health treatments utilized can greatly improve the severity of mental health symptoms

Common Mental Health Disorders

Mental health disorders or behavioral disorders in adults are conditions that disrupt emotions, thinking, or behaviors. Examples of commonly diagnosed mental illnesses include:

Symptoms of mental illness can be distressing to both the person experiencing them and those around them, but few of those suffering from mental illness seek mental health support services. However, mental health programs offer effective mental health treatment that can greatly improve day-to-day life

Mental Illness Symptoms

Recognizing signs of mental disorders is a first step to addressing the problem. Mental illness symptoms may be subtle or well defined and will depend largely on the particular illness. However, some general signs of mental illness include: 

  • Excessive sadness or worry
  • Extreme mood swings or intense highs and lows
  • Uncontrollable rage and anger
  • Difficulty understanding reality
  • Seeing or hearing things that are not there 
  • Any abrupt changes (i.e., appetite, sex drive, sleeping habits, etc.)
  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Avoiding friends, activities, or previously enjoyable occasions
  • Difficulty getting through the day

Fortunately, treatment at mental health treatment centers in Ohio can help.

What to Expect During Inpatient Mental Health Treatment in Ohio

Inpatient Mental Health Treatment in Ohio

At Georgetown Behavioral Hospital, our treatment team will take into account any mental or physical issues that are creating barriers to leading a happy and healthy life. At our Ohio mental health facility we ensure that you will have access to:

  • An interdisciplinary team of mental health care professionals, including counselors, doctors, psychotherapists, nurses, and support staff. 
  • Assessments to evaluate your physical, social, and emotional health.
  • Placement in our dual diagnosis program if substance abuse is also apparent.
  • A supportive environment that fosters growth, healing, and peace of mind throughout the continuum of care. 
  • Various evidence-based recreational therapies to supplement traditional mental health care strategies (for example, music therapy).  
  • Discharge planning throughout your time at the hospital to ensure you have a strategy in place for when treatment is completed. 

Mental Health Treatment Methods at Our Inpatient Facility 

Mental health treatment comes in a variety of formats. At Georgetown Behavioral Hospital, we offer an inpatient program in order to intensively address any disruptions or discomfort caused by the mental disorder.  

At our inpatient mental health program, you can expect a tranquil environment to rest, recover, build relationships, and attend various treatment groups. You will meet with your psychiatrist and attend group meetings. We also provide life skills training and 12-step groups, to help prepare you for long-term recovery. 

Examples of specific mental health treatment methods include: 

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) 
  • Cognitive screenings
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Discharge planning
  • Group therapy/education
  • Family therapy/counseling
  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Trauma therapy 

Life After Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

At our Ohio psychiatric hospital, we commit to helping you achieve optimal mental wellness before, during, and after treatment at our mental health facility. This means that we will assist you in your transition back home by planning for your discharge as soon as you enroll in treatment for mental disorders. And if home is not the best option following discharge, we will assist you in securing longer-term treatment at a facility that most benefits you.

Examples of additional services provided after treatment: 

  • Long-term therapy and counseling needs
  • Access to support networks 
  • Living and work arrangements 
  • Medications prescribed 
  • Community and family resources 

Mental Health Care Convenient to Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, & Pennsylvania

Unfortunately, it takes people about 11 years from the onset of mental illness symptoms to seek mental health help. That’s over a decade of unnecessarily dealing with mental distress. 

At the Georgetown Behavioral Hospital, we want you to know that you do not have to suffer with mental illness. Our Georgetown, Ohio location is convenient for residents of Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, and Columbus in Ohio. In addition, our mental health hospital is also convenient to Indianapolis, Indiana, Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, and Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.   

To learn more about our mental health program or get started on your recovery today, contact our admissions specialists at 937-483-4933 or use our confidential online contact form

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