Adult Mental Health Program

Georgetown mental health

Georgetown Behavioral Hospital’s Adult Mental Health program provides a secure, holistic space for people suffering from mental illness. Here, patients are given the opportunity to rest, relax, and restore their mental wellness. Adults ages 18+ with acute or chronic mental health issues are welcome to enroll at our inpatient treatment center in Georgetown, Ohio.

What Does Mental Health Treatment Look Like?

No two mental illnesses look exactly the same. For that reason, our patients enjoy customized treatment plans that are suited to their needs. And that all begins with a personal, non-judgmental mental health assessment.

When a patient first comes to our treatment center in Georgetown, Ohio, they meet one-on-one with a member of our care staff to discuss their history, mental illness, and their goals for inpatient treatment. After the assessment, the patient will be enrolled in the appropriate treatment program. For adults suffering from mental illness who do not have addiction issues, our mental health program may be a perfect fit.

Using information from the initial assessment, our care team will build a mental health treatment plan to suit each patient. 

If you’re interested in learning more about our various mental health treatment modalities, continue to the section below.

Mental Health Treatment Options

When it’s time to start treatment, there are a variety of care options that our team members employ. While each patient’s care is unique, some of our most popular treatment options include:

  • Discharge Planning: Regardless of the patient’s treatment plan, we always begin our care by looking at life after treatment. In individualized meetings, our care staff meet with patients to ensure that they have somewhere safe and supportive to go after they complete their programs. Discharge planning may mean ensuring a smooth transition to outpatient treatment, referring a patient to a sober living community, or just making sure everything is alright at home.
  • Diagnosis: For people experiencing mental illness without a diagnosis, life can be hard. For patients lacking a diagnosis when they enroll for treatment, our care staff can work with them to identify the mental illness that they’re suffering from. This makes it easier for patients to speak about their issues in the future, which vastly improves their quality of treatment throughout their lives.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Unlike traditional talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy emphasizes making changes in a patient’s life. With this treatment modality, patients identify destructive thoughts and behaviors and develop new, healthy coping skills to replace them. This in turn leads to better odds for long-term recovery.
  • Group Therapy: Group therapy brings patients together under the direction of a licensed mental health professional. Here, participants share their experiences with mental illness and identify common behavioral patterns. This helps patients make improvements that lead to long-term recovery.
  • Mental Health Education: While everyone’s experience with mental illness is different, some mental health issues have patterns. For example, a person with depressive disorder could expect certain symptoms to pop up. By knowing what to expect and how to handle it, patients vastly improve their chances of achieving lasting improvements.


You Can Find Mental Health Treatment

Wherever you are in Ohio, and whatever mental health issues you’re facing, you can get help. Life with mental illness can be daunting, but our compassionate care team is ready to help you regain control.

Have questions about our mental health program? You can reach out online or call our admissions specialists at 937-483-4933.



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