Community Behavioral Health – Hamilton Office

Community Behavioral Health – Hamilton Office

ABOUT COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH – HAMILTON OFFICE

Community Behavioral Health, located in Hamilton, Ohio, offers outpatient including IOP, aftercare, drug court/day reporting, legal assistance for those with substance abuse, dual diagnosis treatment, and medication assisted therapy (MAT) treatment to men, women, and adolescents struggling with substance abuse and mental illness. Community Behavioral Health is certified by Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and accredited by The Joint Commission. The facility serves the residents of Butler County and neighboring communities.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

The facility’s treatment program is an abstinence based program. In order to be admitted, walk in assessments are offered. Throughout treatment, clients receive individual and group counseling. Participants do receive medication. The facility provides referral support and temporary medication as they transition to a permanent mental health provider. Families are included in the treatment program through family counseling. Aftercare is also offered for an hour weekly to ensure that clients maintain a healthy lifestyle once they exit treatment.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

There is currently no detailed information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff. However, the websites states that there are medical and administrative professionals on staff.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At the time of this writing there has been one alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com. The alum, A.L., had a somewhat positive experience at the facility, but had reservations. The alum gave the facility three out of five stars for accommodations & amenities, and three stars for meals & nutrition. A.L., who’s between 26 and 39, entered rehab for substance abuse based on a the referral of a friend or family member. A.L. stayed for over 90 days, completed treatment successfully, and did not enter sober living after leaving the facility. A.L. has been out of the facility for over 12 months.

The client disagreed that treatment was worth the cost adding that “It was out patient treatment because I detoxed on the street before hand and group therapy was like AA meetings.” A.L. didn’t relapse after leaving the program. He felt that the program works as long as the right counselors are in charge. “I feel with an alcoholic counselor it has hope. We had a college student try to tell 30 year olds how we felt and she was so niave we chased her from the idea of counseling drunks. we then got the director who was an alkie and he worked more better than a 20 years old snot nosed kid.”

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

At the time of this writing there have been two alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com. The two loved ones had similar, positive opinions of the facility. One anonymous loved one gave the facility five out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, five stars for accommodations & amenities, and five stars for meals & nutrition. He agreed that the facility staff were experienced and well-trained; that the facility was adequately equipped and staffed to treat co-occurring mental health problems in addition to substance use disorders; and that there were many counseling options to choose from depending on the client’s preference. He felt that the treatment center helped a lot and that it has “good programs to help addicts.”

Another loved one gave the facility four out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, four stars for accommodations & amenities, and one star for meals & nutrition. She agreed that the facility staff were experienced and well-trained; that the treatment and services offered at the facility were worth the cost; and that family and loved ones were able to participate in treatment through facility programming. She added that the facility served its purpose for her.

FINANCING

There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its costs. However, CiteHealth reports that payments via Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and state financed insurance are accepted.[1] A sliding fee scale is also offered on a case by case basis.

[1] http://citehealth.com/rehab-centers/ohio/cities/hamilton-city-in-butler-county/community-behavioral-health-inc

Reviews about Community Behavioral Health – Hamilton Office

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  • Cbt MI were strengths, Staff crossing group get off topic. I'm glad I had them save my life
  • Treatment Effectiveness
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  • healps alot, good programs to help addicts