If you are facing a mental illness, it is crucial to know that you are not alone. At Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, we believe it is very important to inform our patients and their loved ones about what to expect throughout the treatment process. From admission to the transition back home, we are there for our patients every step of the way, celebrating each milestone of progress.
The compassionate staff at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is completely devoted to helping all of our patients get back on track. Our goal is to initialize a plan that will prove successful for each and every patient, guiding you on the road to recovery. Following a comprehensive evaluation, our team of clinicians will craft an individualized treatment plan catering to each person’s specific needs.
Our Comprehensive Assessments Include:
- Nursing assessments
- Psychiatric evaluations
- Psychosocial assessments
- Nutritional assessments
Additional assessments are also offered, depending on your needs.
Phases Of Treatment
Taking the initial steps for help is a huge accomplishment and you should be applauded for your courage. Your treatment will be individualized and centered around what will best get you on the path to wellness. Our commitment to compassionate care, along with your unique treatment plan, will help provide you with the tools necessary to lead a happier, healthier life. Upon assessment and admission into Ohio Hospital of Psychiatry, you and your family will meet with a staff member and discuss the road to your recovery. Your inpatient care will be under the guidance of highly trained professionals in a comfortable welcoming setting. Phases include:
- Continuing care
Continuing Care Services
Even after your stay at OHP, you should know that you are never alone. We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to take your call and offer a helping hand. When you or your loved one has progressed to the point where professional observation and treatment are no longer needed, an established social worker will connect you with our continuing care services. You will be educated about a variety of beneficial support groups vital to continuing your progress.
Continuing Care Services Assist With:
- Offering information on nearby support services
- The continuity of care and treatment processes
- Coping with the switch to outpatient care
- Designing goals for both patients and family members
- Dealing with any potential problems