Campbell County Memorial Hospital – Behavioral Health Services

Campbell County Memorial Hospital – Behavioral Health Services


Located in Gillette, Wyoming, Campbell County Memorial Hospital operates an eight-bed behavioral health inpatient unit and an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adults and teens aged 13 and older who are dealing with severe psychiatric disorders. The hospital primarily caters to individuals with a primary psychiatric disorder, but does not offer on-site detoxification services.


All clients undergo an initial substance abuse assessment upon admission in order to develop an individualized treatment plan. For individuals in need of stabilization, short-term inpatient care may be recommended, which may include pharmacological intervention, medication management, and therapeutic programming. To provide immediate access to treatment, the hospital offers crisis intervention and walk-in services for clients experiencing severe psychiatric issues.

The IOP sessions focus on relapse prevention and include individual counseling, group therapy, and psychoeducational classes. Additionally, individuals with a dual diagnosis may attend mindfulness-based stress reduction groups to address anxiety and stress commonly experienced during early recovery. The stress-reduction groups, designed for individuals with moderate to severe anxiety and depression, may involve guided meditation, breathing techniques, and gentle yoga exercises.

Campbell County Memorial Hospital also provides a specialized program for suicide prevention and support, as well as parenting classes. Family participation is emphasized across all programs, including psychiatric and behavioral treatments. Loved ones may participate in family counseling sessions and attend codependency support groups. Before completing the program, case managers offer referrals to community-based resources to support sustained recovery.


The behavioral health unit at Campbell County Memorial Hospital is staffed by a licensed and experienced team consisting of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, substance abuse counselors, case managers, and behavioral health technicians.


Although information about the hospital’s behavioral health unit is limited, the eight-bed unit provides patients with 24-hour access to medical care in a supervised setting. The behavioral health units are designed to create a clinical yet comfortable atmosphere that promotes stabilization and short-term treatment.


The only alumni surveyed by at the time of this writing expressed approval for many aspects of the facility. The respondent gave perfect five-star ratings for the facility’s staff support and conflict resolution, as well as four stars for overall cleanliness and upkeep. The anonymous alum wrote, “It was a few years ago, but I appreciated the staff’s help in keeping me and bringing me to a stable point so that I could leave the hospital and regain my normal life again.”

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY has not received any reviews from loved ones at this time.

On Google, seven individuals collectively gave an average rating of three out of five stars. However, one reviewer called the hospital “a joke” and warned others about not receiving necessary attention and help for life-threatening injuries. The reviewer expressed concern for families who may not receive the help they need from the hospital.


Secondary sources indicate that staff members generally have a positive view of their employment experience. On Glassdoor, for example, the hospital received an excellent average rating of four out of five stars from five staff members. An administrative professional mentioned being able to “help people in time of need” and “leave work at work.”


Campbell County Memorial Hospital accepts private insurance providers, Medicare, Medicaid, military insurance, and self-payment. The hospital also offers sliding scale fees based on income.

Campbell County Memorial Hospital – Behavioral Health Services Reviews

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The facility was very helpful and allowed me to progress at my own pace instead of rushing me. I don't remember any outpatient care other than returning to a new doctor. This was helpful. I felt safe and comfortable especially now, knowing that if I went to the facility again I would be treated and released and well again quickly. It was a few years ago, but I appreciated the staff's help in keeping me and bringing me to a stable point so that I could leave the hospital and re-gain my normal life again.