Mount Carmel Behavioral Health provides acute behavioral health services for adults over the age of 18 in Columbus, Ohio, and the surrounding communities. Our highly skilled staff is committed to compassionate care that builds upon the inherent strengths of our patients and their families.
Can a prospective patient make a self-referral?
We welcome individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health concern to contact our admissions department directly to learn more about our services. When you contact us, you will speak to a licensed admissions counselor to complete an assessment. Next, a physician will review the assessment and any other information provided to determine if Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is a good fit for the patient’s needs. Should it be determined that the individual would be best served in an alternate setting, our staff will work to ensure that an appropriate referral is made.
How can I assist my patient in accessing Mount Carmel’s behavioral health services?
At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, we are dedicated to maintaining strong partnerships with other providers in our community so that all patients have access to the care they need and deserve. Because we are an acute care and crisis center, many of our patients are referred to us by local emergency rooms. When a patient is referred by an emergency department, our admissions counselors will review their case and make an intake determination. All admissions are considered on a case-by-case basis to ensure that Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is able to meet each patient’s needs.
Referrals can also be made by healthcare professionals, community agencies, or other mental health care providers. If you have a patient in need, you can access our admissions department 24/7 by calling our main telephone number. From there, we’ll gather some preliminary information and initiate the admissions process in a streamlined fashion.
What types of disorders does Mount Carmel Behavioral Health treat?
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is able to support individuals in stabilizing and healing from a wide variety of mental health concerns, including:
- Mood disorders like anxiety or depression
- Psychotic disorders
- Substance use disorders or eating disorders (only as secondary to a primary mental health disorder diagnosis)
Please note that while it is our goal to ensure that each patient gets the care they need, we are unable to provide services for patients with the following behaviors or concerns:
- Individuals experiencing a significant medical crisis who require acute medical intervention
- Individuals who present with a high level of violence such that safety could be compromised for both staff and other patients
Get more information about starting the referral process at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health
If you’d like to begin the process of referring a patient to Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, we are available to speak with you at your earliest convenience. When you contact our admissions department, one of our staff members will gather the necessary information and answer any questions you may have about our services. We look forward to speaking with you about supporting a patient in your care.