ABOUT THE MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH – CORINTH CRISIS STABILIZATION UNIT
Located in the peaceful and beautiful rural part of Northern Mississippi, the Mississippi Department of Mental Health – Corinth Crisis Stabilization Unit in Corinth offers crisis stabilization services to clients in psychiatric crises, including high dosage from substance use.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Corinth employs a mobile crisis response team (MCeRt) to stabilize individuals prior to providing treatment services. Clients may be treated either on a voluntary or involuntary basis.
Feedback from a staff member polled by Best-rehabs.com stated that clients receive detox services, 24-hour care and individual counseling. Clients also engage in projects pertaining to treatment goals. Treatment heavily employs evidence-based modalities including motivation interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
Following stabilization, clients may be referred to residential and outpatient treatment programs offered at local facilities.
The MCeRT consists of a crisis stabilization unit working in tandem with local law enforcement and chancery judges and clerks. Best-rehabs.com feedback suggests that individual therapists, floor attendees, and night staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
No information is available on Corinth’s accommodations or amenities, but Best-rehabs.com feedback suggests the environment is secluded, peaceful, and ideal for clients undergoing detoxification. They also wrote that treatment typically lasts between 3 and 7 days.
WHAT STAFF SAY
Review coverage of Corinth is limited; however, the one employee polled by Best-rehabs.com to date rated Corinth a perfect five stars in overall leadership, job satisfaction, and executive management’s honesty and ability to inspire loyalty from staff and clients. Providing positive feedback with just a few caveats, the anonymous employee criticized the facility for “limited counselors and therapists, under qualified staff, and poor security,” but wrote: “This facility boasts quality medical and mental health staff. Also, the programs this facility offers have high success rates.”
On Glassdoor, one current and one former employee of the Mississippi Department of Mental Health rated the department as a whole four and two out of five stars. The four-star reviewer praised the department for “Competent staff” while the two-star reviewer criticized it for not employing enough psychiatrists, but both felt communications between upper management and staff should improve.
No information is available on Corinth’s website about rates or insurance, but feedback collected by Best-rehabs.com states the facility does accept insurance and offers adequate financial aid and sliding scale fees for qualifying clients.