Premier Psychiatric Treatment Programs in Columbus, OH

Mount Carmel Behavioral Health provides comprehensive, personalized support for adults age 18 and older of all genders whose lives have been disrupted by a wide range of mental health concerns. With both inpatient and outpatient options, our hospital offers the type and level of care that meets each person where they are in their healing process.

Our Programs

When you are struggling with the symptoms of a mental health concern, you may feel like there is no hope for a better future. But with appropriate care, you can regain control of your symptoms and start living the life you deserve.

Located in Columbus, Ohio, Mount Carmel Behavioral Health offers both inpatient and outpatient programs for adults age 18 and older of all genders whose struggles with a mental health concern have kept them from living full, productive lives. These include:

  • Acute inpatient program – This program provides crisis intervention services for adults who are suffering from severe, ongoing symptoms of a mental health concern.
  • Mosaic Program – This inpatient program provides specialized care for adults who are struggling with the effects of trauma.
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP) – Adults receive highly structured outpatient care for about nine hours a week.

Every person completes an initial screening to determine which level of care is right for them. The kind and compassionate team at our Columbus, Ohio, hospital works closely with each person to fully understand their history and current circumstances, ensuring that they get the care that promotes the very best outcomes.

When you are ready to transition out of our care, you will receive a customized discharge plan to guide the next phase of your recovery journey.

Inpatient Program

Inpatient treatment is usually a short-term experience designed to help you achieve the level of stabilization that will allow you to return home or transition to a lower level of care. Typical length of stay in the inpatient program at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is five to seven days, but we base each person’s actual length of stay on their individual progress and needs.

During your inpatient stay at our hospital in Columbus, Ohio, you will receive round-the-clock care from a team of experienced and compassionate professionals. These dedicated experts will develop and deliver a personalized care plan that will address your unique needs and prepare you to make sustained, long-term progress.

The care you receive throughout your time in the inpatient program at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health occurs within a safe, highly structured, and extremely supportive environment. You’ll follow a carefully planned schedule that will include a variety of therapeutic interventions, nutritious meals, recreational activities, and time to rest and reflect.

Mosaic Program

People we commonly provide care for in the Mosaic Program include veterans, first responders, and people who have experienced sexual abuse or domestic violence, but this program can also support anyone who has experienced intense or ongoing trauma.

While many people who take part in this program at our hospital in Columbus, Ohio, are struggling with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the Mosaic Program also supports those who are suffering from conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders.

The effects of trauma can make it challenging for a person to feel safe and comfortable in a hospital setting, making it harder for them to achieve stabilization when they are in crisis. We designed the Mosaic Program to specifically address the impact of trauma, ensuring that those who have had these experiences can regain a sense of safety and control.

The typical inpatient stay in the Mosaic Program is seven to 10 days, but each person’s actual length of stay is individual to them.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The intensive outpatient program (IOP) at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is an ideal option for adults who are medically stable and no longer require the round-the-clock monitoring of an inpatient program.

This level of care offers more support than traditional outpatient therapy provides, allowing you to receive intensive therapy while going to work or attending school. Many people step down to the IOP at our hospital in Columbus, Ohio, after completing a higher level of care, though some people start their healing process right at the IOP level.

In our IOP, you will take part in services three hours a day, three days a week, for up to 10 weeks. We will work closely with you to determine how long you should participate in our IOP based on your specific progress and goals.

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Why does this matter?
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval
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