Campbell County Memorial Hospital - Behavioral Health Services

501 S. Burma Ave. Fifth Floor, Gillette, Wyoming, 82716

OVERALL REVIEWS

3.5

Avg. score from 1 reviews

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ABOUT CAMPBELL COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

Located at Campbell County Memorial Hospital in Gillette, Wyoming, Campbell County Health (CCH) provides outpatient treatment to adults and adolescents struggling with substance use disorder, mental illness, or co-occurring disorders. The facility also has an eight-bed inpatient unit for clients (ages 13 and older) facing severe psychiatric disorders. CCH is one of just four Wyoming treatment facilities (about 7 percent) to offer hospital-based inpatient treatment, and one of 43 facilities in the state (74 percent) to offer intensive outpatient services.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

All clients undergo a comprehensive assessment upon intake to form the groundwork of an individualized treatment plan. For individuals requiring stabilization, short-term inpatient care, consisting of pharmacological intervention, medication management, and therapeutic programming, may be recommended. To ensure patients have immediate access to treatment, the hospital offers crisis intervention and enhanced walk-in services for clients suffering from severe psychiatric issues.

Focusing on relapse prevention, the intensive outpatient program (IOP) includes individual counseling, group therapy, and psychoeducational classes. Those with a dual diagnosis may also attend mindfulness-based stress reduction groups to help alleviate anxiety and stress common in early recovery. Designed for individuals with moderate to severe anxiety and depression, these stress-reduction groups may entail guided meditation, breathing techniques, and gentle yoga exercises.

CCH also offers parenting classes, as well as a specialized program for suicide prevention and support. Across all programs, psychiatric and behavioral, the hospital emphasizes family participation as a core component to treatment. Loved ones may participate in family counseling sessions and attend codependency support groups. Prior to program completion, case managers promote sustained recovery by providing referrals to community-based resources for aftercare.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Campbell County Memorial Hospital’s behavioral health unit is staffed by licensed team of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, substance abuse counselors, case managers, and behavioral health technicians. The one alum polled by Rehabs.com to date gave CCH five out of five stars for its staff support.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

While there is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings, the one former client surveyed by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave CCH four out five stars for its cleanliness and its level of safety.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At the time of this writing, the one former client polled by Rehabs.com gave CCH positive feedback. They noted that they would recommend the facility to friends and family, and awarded it four or five out of five stars for its leisure offerings and its conflict resolution abilities. "The facility was very helpful and allowed me to progress at my own pace instead of rushing me," they wrote.

The hospital as a whole received average ratings 2.5 out of five star based on 22 Google reviews[1] and of 3.7 out of five stars based on 168 Facebook reviews[2] (which the facility can manage). There were no reviews specific to the hospital's behavioral health services, however.

WHAT STAFF SAY

The eight current and former staffers who reviewed CCH on Indeed[3] gave the hospital as a whole an average rating of four out of five stars. The majority noted that the facility was well-run, had a small staff-to-client ratio, and providing a rewarding work opportunity. "Met many people in the community, was able to help people in time of need," wrote one anonymous reviewer.

FINANCING

Campbell County Memorial Hospital accepts private insurance providers, Medicare, Medicaid, military insurance, and self-payment. It is among the 60 percent of Wyoming facilities to accept Medicare. The hospital also offers sliding scale fees based on income and provides financial assistance to clients who qualify.

[1] GoogleReviews
[2]https://www.facebook.com/pg/cchwyo/reviews/?ref=page_internal
[3] https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Campbell-County-Memorial-Hospital-Reviews-E121465.htm

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  • Anonymous
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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.

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