Tag

Georgetown Behavioral Hospital
Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Inpatient Anxiety Treatment: Is It Time for Help?

Anxiety and stress do not only impact your mental health; long periods of worry can affect all systems of the body. The right inpatient anxiety treatment center can help get your mind and body back on the right path. Feeling nervous or anxious is common from time to time. For example, maybe you have had...
Read More
Distressed girl wondering if it is normal to have suicidal thoughts

Is It Normal to Have Suicidal Thoughts? Knowing When to Reach Out

We all have startling thoughts from time to time. These thoughts may be grim and cover disturbing subjects that we wouldn’t want to bring up at the dinner table. While a fleeting thought about suicide is something that everyone has probably experienced at some point in their lives, more frequent thoughts about suicide are a...
Read More
Fuzzy image of girl with psychosis due to weed

Can Weed Cause Psychosis? Here’s What Experts Say

Recent research has shown a link between marijuana use and psychosis – both acute and chronic. While using the drug, people may experience an acute form of psychosis that can be very distressing. In this case, weed can bring hallucinations, yet the experience subsides quickly. However, heavy marijuana use has also been shown to make...
Read More
Young woman with mental illness getting comforted and educated about when mental illness starts

At What Age Does Mental Illness Start?

Do most people develop a mental illness as a child? In their 20s? Or much later in life? While mental illness can begin at any age, some statistics show that mental illness most often begins by age 14. However, the onset of mental illness can vary greatly depending on the condition. Could you have a...
Read More
Brain in a cup being affected by addiction to give it disease

Is Addiction a Disease? Making the Choice to Seek Treatment

Addiction is a complicated disease. While an addiction happens as a result of your choices, quitting isn’t as simple as choosing not to be addicted to drugs and alcohol. You need more than willpower because the wiring of your brain changes your response to substances. It becomes harder to resist that drink, that joint, that...
Read More
Concerned mom talking with daughter about what to do about self harm

My Loved One Is Hurting Themselves: A Guide to Seeking Help for Self-Harm

Learning that a family member or friend is hurting themselves can be a startling discovery, and you might not know what to do next. Should you confront the situation? Should you get outside help? Are you overacting? Here are some common reasons people self-harm and a guide on how to help them. If someone you...
Read More
Ohio person taking an opioid pill during the opioid epidemic

Ohio’s Opioid Epidemic: Statistics, Costs, Facts, and Treatment

Ohio is one of the most affected states by the opioid epidemic, with some of the top numbers of opioid-related deaths in the nation. Here is what you should know about the state of opioid addiction in Ohio and where to seek treatment if you or a loved one have an addiction. Georgetown Behavioral Hospital...
Read More
Person who overcame addiction barriers standing triumphantly on top of tall mountain

How To Overcome Barriers to Recovery From Addiction

When battling addiction, it can seem like the road to recovery is blocked at every step. While getting and staying sober is no easy feat, seeking support can help you tear down the barriers that line your path. Here are common barriers that can get in the way of your addiction recovery and how our...
Read More
Mental health provider providing continuum of care and support to patient

How a Continuum of Care for Mental Health Works

What happens after you leave an inpatient behavioral health facility? Does your treatment end the moment you leave the hospital or complete an addiction recovery program? With a continuum of care model, your support doesn’t end when you leave. Rather, you need continued professional support built into your discharge plan to help you continue pursuing...
Read More
Woman sitting near window with hands over face wondering can grief cause mental illness

Can Grief Cause Mental Illness? Hope for Those Who Can’t Stop Grieving

Grief and loss can uproot your life, making every day feel hopeless and bleak. In some people, grief can persist or act as a trigger for the onset of mental illness. Here’s a look at the grieving process, types of grief, and mental health challenges that may come. Are you fighting depression after the loss...
Read More
1 2

GET HELP NOW

 1-937-483-4930

New Admissions Hotline

Confidential Form

Contact Us

Please note: For medical emergencies, please call 911. For other urgent matters, please call our admissions line 937-483-4930. Submissions after-hours, weekends, or holidays may experience a longer response time.

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

Admissions
Directions