What does NeuroBehavioral mean?
NeuroBehavioral is a form of psychiatry that is concerned with both neurological and psychological elements of mental healthcare. This form of care encompasses a broad range of conditions that deal with mood, thoughts processes, impulses, memory, cognitive deficits, anxiety, sociological, and other behavioral factors.
How is this NeuroBehavioral Hospitals different from other facilities?
Hospital Environment of Care
Patient centered designs that are safe, modernized, & best-in-class facilities to promote restoration.
Treatment Team Approach
Patients experience comprehensive Treatment Team meetings which assess individual complexities and custom tailor a plan of care. Patients are highly involved in the decisions related to their care.
Structured Comprehensive Programming
NeuroBehavioral Hospitals understand the need to make meaningful use of one’s time while we care for them. Our daily structured programming model is filled with valuable activities and therapies to further support our recovery oriented model and our approach to care.
Our hospitals are dedicated to employing the brightest and most highly qualified healthcare professionals. Correspondingly, we’ve equipped each facility with a robust staffing model that allows our staff to focus on individual patient needs more.
Additional Support Resources
NeuroBehavioral Hospitals has committed to employing Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Peer Support Specialist to provide additional support to each patient. As part of the care team, our Licensed Clinical Psychologist will offer individual psychotherapy sessions to each NBH patient. Additionally, our Certified Peer Support Specialist will work alongside our patients to advocate for their needs and promote restorative healing.
The on-site medical team will aid in the treatment of certain medical comorbidities that can safely be managed at our NeuroBehavioral Hospitals.
Food & Nutrition
Understanding that diet plays a key role in a person’s well-being, our patients will enjoy a nutrient-rich & delectable dining experience.
Full Care Continuum
From assessing each distinct patient’s most effective level of need, to serving patients who are brought to the facility for an involuntary examination under the Baker Act, to treating the voluntary individuals who recognize the need to be in a safe inpatient setting, to a myriad of outpatient services such as Partial-Hospitalization Programming (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP), we are committed to providing a level of service that meets the needs of our patients.
Each of our hospitals is supported by the latest technology to ensure our patients have access to necessary resources, staff remain compliant with their responsibilities, and to ensure safety.
We aim to accept all major insurances.
What types of conditions do you specialize in?
We specialize in the treatment of NeuroBehavioral conditions dealing with Suicidal or Homicidal ideations, Neurocognitive, PTSD, Mood Disorders, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia, Schizophrenia, & other psychiatric and mental disorders that may not be mentioned
Do you take insurance
Yes, we aim to accept all major insurances.
Can I visit a patient at your facility?
Yes, we have specified visiting hours, but will work with you to accommodate all requests for visits outside of those designated hours.
What kind of programming can I expect at your hospital?
Our programs include:
- Crisis intervention, intensive assessment, and stabilization
- Evaluation, recommendation, and management of psychotropic medication
- Individual and group counseling
- Wellness/nutrition programming
- Discharge planning aftercare
NeuroBehavioral Hospital Program Features include the following and much more:
- Comprehensive evaluation
- Assessment by a Registered Nurse
- Individualized treatment planning
- Patient-centered, evidence-based treatment
- Multi-disciplinary treatment team
- Psychiatrists, nurses, licensed therapists
- Clinical psychologist, peer support specialists
- Co-occurring program with a primary psychiatric focus
- Wellness program (nutrition and mindfulness)
A Few of our Psychoeducational Group Topics include:
- Coping Skills
- Grief and Loss
- Spirituality/Cultural Issues
- Assertiveness Training
- Anger Management
- Guilt vs. Shame
- Healthy Life Skills
- Family Education
- Chemical Dependency
- Aftercare and Discharge Planning