MeadowWood Behavioral Health Hospital professional referrals
Whether you are in need of care for yourself or are looking for a treatment center for a friend or family member, our team of professionals are here to assist you in any way that we can.
At MeadowWood Behavioral Health System, we take great pride in the strong relationships that we have with other respected mental health professionals in our community. On a daily basis, we provide valuable resources to the community through our Assessment and Referral Department. This department is available to prospective patients, concerned family members, or referring professionals. A mental health or addiction intake counselor is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to assist anyone who is seeking information regarding the admissions process for individuals who require help in order to treat a mental health issue or a substance abuse problem.
If you have a patient who is need of the intensive care offered through inpatient or partial hospitalization programming, please do not hesitate to contact us. In addition to being available via telephone or face-to-face contact, we also offer timely email correspondence, of which will be responded to no later than the following business day.
The comprehensive evaluations that we offer here at MeadowWood Behavioral Health System are free of charge and are administered by qualified clinicians, ensuring that all pertinent information will be gathered and any questions pertaining to potential treatment options and therapeutic interventions can be answered. Once the initial assessment information is gathered, it will be reviewed by one of our physicians who will then make a recommendation for the most appropriate level of care.
In valuing the relationships that we have with other professionals, the staff at MeadowWood strives to have any referral sources be an active part of the treatment process. In order to do so, we request that all patients fill out releases of information for physical and mental healthcare providers at the time of admission so that we can ensure a thorough continuation of care.