Admitting a loved one to a mental or behavioral facility can be an emotional and taxing process, which is why Creekside Behavioral Health is dedicated to making the admissions process as seamless and simple as possible. Our group of mental health professionals has years of experience with the entire process, from beginning to end, for each patient. We pride ourselves on being as welcoming, professional, courteous, friendly and helpful as possible.
- Males and Females
- Adolescents, Adults, Geriatrics upon mental illness admission for Inpatient Programs
- Mental Health Disorder
- IQ of 70 or above
Important Information for Referring Patients
- Most current Psychiatric and Psychological evaluations
- Their Medical history
- The Patient’s Previous treatment history
- Psychiatric assessment and History & physical from acute hospitalization (If the client is currently in an acute setting)
Important Items to Bring for Admission
Make certain to bring an insurance ID card and Social Security Card. Also bring any current medications, or prescriptions for current medications.
What Items Can I Bring and What Items are Not Allowed?
Some recommended items are: tennis or running shoes, an extra pair of shoes and flip-flops. The patient also needs 3 of each of the following: shirts, pants, shorts and undergarments (drawstrings, shoe laces, underwires, etc. will need to be removed from items to be allowed on the units). No personal electronic devices are allowed, such as cell phones, handheld gaming devices or other personal electronics. Hygiene products are provided, and we do not allow perfume, cologne, makeup, hair dryers, curling irons or razors.
For more information regarding our mental health and behavioral health services, please contact us today.