ABOUT PARKSIDE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL & CLINIC
Located off Broken Sparrow Expressway in midtown Tulsa, Okla., Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic is a 71-bed private, nonprofit facility that specializes in mental health and substance abuse treatment. It offers dedicated inpatient and outpatient services for adults struggling with addiction, as well as. It also provides on-site medically monitored detox,
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon admission, all clients receive physician-conducted assessments and diagnostic evaluations, along with individualized, custom-designed care plans.
Inpatient treatment for substance abuse includes medical detox. Services incorporate individual therapy, group counseling, and family therapy, in addition to case management and discharge planning. Medication monitoring and management is provided.
A chemical dependency intensive outpatient program (CD-IOP) meets three days per week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. Treatment tackles topics such as addiction education, anger management, relapse prevention, and how to develop new, sober living coping skills, such as managing relationships. Medications may be used as a supportive therapy in the CD-IOP.
Another outpatient option is the Adult Dual Diagnosis Group, which is designed for clients with both a chemical dependency and psychiatric diagnosis. This group focuses on relapse prevention and planning, coping, and stress management skills, as well as symptom recognition and redirection.
Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic’s treatment team includes physicians, counselors, social workers, licensed therapists, and psychiatrists who specialize in addiction and mental health.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic’s inpatient treatment for adults takes place on a 15-bed unit, where the focus is on stabilization and safety. Clients may receive visitors at designated times and there is a large parking lot located directly across from the facility. Photos on the website show clinical, no-frills rooms and common areas.
Four individuals surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave an average rating of 3.25 out of five stars for the facility’s accommodations and amenities. Opinions were mixed with one reviewer assigning the facility one out of five stars, while another awarded a perfect five stars. Reviewers also gave an average of three out of five stars for cleanliness.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
An anonymous former client surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic a mixed review. While the alum rated treatment effectiveness four out of five stars and described it as quick and effective, they ultimately wrote: “Boring, harsh. You can find a better place to detox.” This alum awarded a perfect five stars for treatment of co-occurring disorders and for the staff’s level of training and experience, and four stars for exercise/leisure activities. Yet when it came to meals and nutrition, cleanliness, and holistic offerings, the former client rated the facility just one or two stars.
On Google, Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic received a less than stellar rating of 2.6 out of five stars based on 32 reviews to date. The reviews (from a mix of alumni, loved ones, staff) are largely split between one- and five-star extremes and pertain to general psychiatric care rather than specifically to treatment for addiction.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Three loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com about Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic to date provided slightly above average, though generally lukewarm feedback. They rated treatment effectiveness 3.7 out of five stars and whether they would recommend the facility 3.3 stars.
Family participation was an issue for some, with an average rating of 2.8 out of five stars. One anonymous reviewer indicated “certain procedures a little unfriendly towards family. Some information withheld from family. Leaves a feeling of disconnection.” Another told Best-rehabs.com the “counseling was good but organization was a weakness.” Michelle ended things on a more positive note: “Facility takes clients and family needs seriously and not just another rehab or face to be processed.”
There currently is no specific information available on pricing via the facility’s website, which advises that Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurance plans.