Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital provides comprehensive programming for adults age 18 and older who have been struggling with mental health disorders. Our hospital also offers dual diagnosis programming for adults who have a primary diagnosis of a mental health disorder and a co-occurring substance use disorder.
At Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital, we recognize that each person needs different types of therapy and levels of care to make progress toward their recovery goals.
Our hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, offers a full continuum of care that serves adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with mental health disorders.
We also provide care for adults who have a primary diagnosis of a mental health disorder and a co-occurring substance use disorder, or a dual diagnosis. Our programs include:
- Inpatient program: Adults receive crisis stabilization services, with the goal of stepping down to a lower level of care or safely transitioning home.
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP): Our PHP is our highest level of outpatient care. Patients take part in therapeutic programming several hours a day, multiple days a week.
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP): A step down from our partial hospitalization program, this program offers therapy in a structured environment for fewer hours than our PHP.
A member of our highly experienced team will conduct an initial evaluation to determine which level of care best meets your needs.
The inpatient program at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital provides crisis stabilization services for adults whose symptoms are keeping them from functioning in their daily lives.
We provide round-the-clock monitoring in a highly supportive setting, with the goal of helping our patients resolve the psychiatric crises they are struggling with and regain a sense of safety and control.
Inpatient treatment at our Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital is typically a short-term experience, with the actual length of each person’s stay depending on the nature and severity of their symptoms. We work closely with every patient to determine how we can best address their unique needs.
Partial Hospitalization Program
The partial hospitalization program at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital is ideal for adults who can benefit from a structured therapeutic environment without the round-the-clock monitoring of our inpatient program.
Adults participate in four hours of treatment a day, Monday-Friday, returning home or to another supportive home environment when the treatment day ends.
Most adults participate in the PHP at our hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, for six to eight weeks, but actual length of program participation is individual to each person’s progress and goals.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Although the intensive outpatient program at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital is a step-down level of care from our partial hospitalization program, it still offers more structure and intensive therapy than traditional outpatient therapy does.
When you take part in the IOP at our hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, you will receive three hours of treatment a day, Monday-Friday, allowing you to continue working, attending school, or taking part in volunteer activities.
This level of care is typically appropriate for adults who are beginning to transition back more fully to their daily lives. Like with our PHP, most people take part in our IOP for six to eight weeks, but this will depend on your unique circumstances.
Personalized service is a hallmark of the care we provide at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital. We work diligently to identify the full scope of each patient’s needs so that we can provide the focused care that best prepares them to achieve improved health. Soon after you enter our hospital, you will complete:
- History and physical examination
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Nursing assessment
- Psychosocial assessment
- Nutritional assessment
- Additional assessments as necessary
The information we gather from these assessments and evaluations will guide the development of your personalized treatment plan. The planning process will include all members of your interdisciplinary treatment team. We will encourage you to play an active role in this process, and we will also include family members when appropriate.
Each of our patients works in active collaboration with a team of experienced professionals. Depending on your specific needs, your care may be provided by:
- Nurse practitioners (NPs)
- Registered nurses (RNs)
- Licensed practical nurses (LPNs)
- Social workers
- Mental health technicians
- Behavioral health technicians
- Registered dietitian
The members of our treatment teams are committed to providing superior, personalized clinical services while maintaining a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment.
These dedicated experts will also work with you and, when appropriate, your family members to cooperatively resolve any conflicts related to care decisions.
Detailed Discharge Planning
With an understanding that each patient’s recovery journey will continue after they have transitioned out of our care, we provide detailed discharge planning services to promote continued success.
The discharge planning process will begin the day you are admitted to our Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital and will continue throughout your time with us. Discharge criteria will be established during the admissions process and may be revised as necessary throughout your stay.
As with all aspects of care at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital, each patient’s discharge plan is customized according to their needs, goals, and progress. In general, the plan may contain:
- Reason for transfer, referral, or discharge
- Patient’s physical and psychosocial status
- Summary of care provided and progress toward goals
- Community resources and referrals provided to the patient
Beginning with our thorough initial assessment process and continuing through our personalized programming and our detailed discharge preparation services, we are focused on ensuring that each patient receives the customized services and comprehensive support that will prepare them to achieve improved health and maintain the highest possible quality of life.
This content was written on behalf of and reviewed by the clinical staff at Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital.