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Columbus Behavioral Center for Children and Adolescents

2223 Poshard Road, Columbus, IN 47203

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Inpatient Mental Health

Mental Health

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Columbus Behavioral Center for Children and Adolescents
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Hi Its rylee! I just got out on April 3rd 2021, I was on 300 unit. I came in on November 5th 2020. At first I despised this place, Now I wan't to come back. Most of the staff were awesome. I wan't to thank Angel, (Male) Devin, Bill, Payton', Jackie, serinity, and All the Nurses. I got a lot of help. The school there helped me a lot. Thanks for everything. I try to call up there when ever I can.

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I was admitted to CBC on December 11th 2020, I just recently discharged on May 8th 2021. Since I’ve left I have been doing so well. I was on the girls 200 unit for DBT. This place truly helped me, but I am giving 4 stars because there were some times that were obviously upsetting for example a brand new shirt I never wore and a pair of pants and plenty of socks and underwear went missing, the facility did give us the money for the items that were lost. some staff were very rude they would brush off your emotions and were very unhelpful at times telling you to “just use your skills”, there were times where there was rude comments made about my scars but once it was brought to attention it was taken care of, there were a few fights but the staff dealt with drama and fighting very strictly. The staff don’t put up with bullying or any type of discrimination. CBC provided me with the materials and the safe environment I needed to recover. Through my stay at CBC I made life long memories and experienced amazing friendships, there are many staff at CBC that have impacted my life in awesome ways, I want to thank Melissa for caring for me and for always being someone I could trust and talk to ,someone who supported me,I want to thank Amy for being my amazing therapist and for coaching me through my journey, I want to thank Jacqueline for always making me laugh and for making me feel like I could be myself, I want to thank Angel for always lifting up my mood and sharing fun conversations with me “ I adore you”, I want to thank heather for putting up with my attitude and for truly understanding me, I truly appreciate all of the people that accompanied my healing process and anyone who simply put a smile on my face. CBC was a miracle in many ways for me! I have been 5 months clean from self harm and I plan to keep going. I recommend sending your child here for DBT!

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I left this place not too long ago with a huge impact on my life made by the amazing people ive met along the way. Although it leaves a spot for memories I cant forget. Staff + All therapist played a huge part in my healing process. Thank you guys for all of the help I can get to become a better stable person..

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Their are staff there who have been through what we’ve been through and we can relate. The staff members do their best job if they cannot talk to you right away they will make sure they get the time to. Some staff are not so friendly but overall they have great personality’s. And our lunch staff make good food. Haley Nichols

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It was a year ago today that I got admitted here by surprise by my mom and I was not happy about it. However being on 100 unit I immediately felt at home, safe, healthy and happy. The food was pretty awesome too! They also give the unit a cake when there's a birthday. Yes there were fights once in a blue moon but what do you expect from condensed teenage girls? The staff were prompt to neutralize the situation and keep everyone safe. Thanks to all the staff but especially our lead tech Bill and all the other great ones on our unit like Kayla, Joseph (hot dog water!!), Jules, Steph, Peggy, and the other great ones!! The nurses are really nice and will answer to a request promptly and effectively. They're great to have conversations with while taking meds. Last of all, keep it lofi! I'm gonna make a phone call to them soon. :)

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                                            Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient Mental Health | Mental Health
    Inpatient or residential mental health treatment. Inpatient treatment is the most intensive level of treatment, offering 24-hour care in a secure unit of a treatment facility or hospital. Residential treatment is a step down from inpatient treatment. While there is structure and some monitoring to treatment, the big difference between residential and inpatient treatment involves the setting in which it is carried out. While inpatient treatment is typically carried out in a treatment facility or hospital, residential treatment is usually carried out in more of a home-like environment.
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