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Floyd Behavioral Health
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i don't even know where to begin. i wake up in cold sweats from nightmares about this place. i have scars on my arms from being stabbed with a butterfly needle 9 times before someone was able to draw blood. it was kept freezing in the facility. entire place was filthy. felt like i was trapped in hell. feeling panicked just typing this. this place is a cesspool of people who had no other place to go. only maybe two staff members were alright. didn't feel safe at all. i was treated like a nuiscance every corner i turned. afraid to get mental help because i'm afraid i'll get locked up in here again. the stories i could tell of this place would take a million words.

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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My family member was discharged today from this place and he was worse than when he came in this place😡 They didn't even help him they only drug him😡😡😡👎👎

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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My son was admitted at this hospital for a week he was prescribed 80 mg twice a day of ziprazidone he started complaining about medicine making him sick I searched on google on proper dosage and it has to start at 20 mg not 80 !!!! What kind of doctors do they have in this place ?? Instead of helping patients they make them get worse with their symptoms !!!

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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If I could give this place negative stars I would. I came here through the Floyd ER when I was trying to go to my usual place Peachford Hospital because I can receive ECT. Many staff were condescending, rude, inattentive (i.e. texting on their phones, and would gaslight and medically/mentally abuse and infantilize me. They kept me drugged up on benzodiazepines such as ativan and klonopin when I would have outbursts and panic attacks to the point where I would feel physically sick. Most of the staff are not certified in mental healthcare and the few LPCS they do have give short “educational” groups full of common sense knowledge and it would often be repeated. I was not allowed to keep my own toiletries and the toiletries that were given to me were later confiscated. When I refused to leave my bed because I felt sick, staff members physically dragged me out of bed. Horrible place. Plus food was terrible and there was almost no entertainment or activities between groups. Many of the groups were just nurses reading directly off papers. EDIT: nurses also threatened to have me put in restraints if i didn’t comply with orders.

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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I asked several times how much this would cost before starting the program. I was told not to worry about it the entire time. Now I have a $700 bill that I can not afford to pay. I also told them several times I COULD NOT do group. They forced me into group. I did love the people around me, it was a great group of people, but being forced to tell your story when you are ready can do way more damage than good.

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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A few couselors care and try but are vastly outnumbered by patients. They mix all types of us in their intense outpatient treatment program and just have 3 or 4 group talks a day. No one in one. Love Pat. She helped as much as our time allowed. Find someplace better.

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Floyd Behavioral Health
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DO NOT GO TO THIS PLACE!! IT'S PRISON WITHOUT HAVING TO WEAR ORANGE!! Absolute worst 6 days I've had to endure in my life! By day three, although not receiving real help or effective treatment, I was literally doing anything to have my assigned psych approve my discharge -- ask if I'm feeling depressed? "Nope! Feel great!" (even though I felt as hopeless as I had been. On day one, after meeting with a psychiatrist I'd NEVER seen before for a whopping 2-3 minutes, she decided to take me off every single medication I'd been taking for several years -- one being a medication (not any sort of controlled substance, but a mood stabilizer) that is extremely dangerous for one to stop cold-turkey causing near debilitating withdrawals effects. I told her this, begging that she not make me go through that, but she just gave me a condescending grin and told me she was stopping it anyway. As I began to feel worse and worse over the hours and days after being off that med, I told every nurse at medication time. Each one said the same "I'll talk to the doctor". When asked by the charge nurse how I was doing, I explained to her the same thing to which she responded with "well, your doctors and nurses know what they're doing, so you need to just do what they tell you" (once more receiving a condescending 'you're-crazy-and-don't-matter' smile before she moved on). This place treats you worse than a prisoner. In my 6-day stay, only two times were we allowed to go outside and each time for only 15 minutes in a small enclosed cage with a single table. So from being treated like we were less than human by being openly talked and laughed about my staff, not receiving treatment we *actually* needed, being kept out of the loop as far as what our treatment actually WAS, community bathrooms we were required to use which were filthy with feces and urine on the toilet and floor, and having to go as far as beg for just a 6oz cup of water (as that's all they offered -- aside from a dirty water fountain with no water pressure to be able to drink from -- they acted like doing that was such a major inconvenience and let you know it with their attitudes. I will say my mood increased dramatically from being there!! ...but ONLY on the day that I was finally set FREE!

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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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