From the first phone call to scheduling an assessment, our admissions team is ready to help. Discover how to begin your journey at Conway Behavioral Health Hospital.
Helping You Through the Admissions Process
Prospective patients can begin the admissions process in a number of ways, including an in-house assessment (available 24/7), mobile assessment, professional referral, or self-referral.
Individuals can initiate the self-referral process by speaking with one of our intake coordinators on the phone to ask questions and/or to schedule an assessment, or they may come to our facility and receive an assessment on a walk-in basis.
When a prospective patient arrives, he or she will complete an intake evaluation form, and meet with one of our knowledgeable and qualified intake coordinators who will provide an initial assessment. The prospective patient will be asked to describe the presenting concerns, share details of his or her health history, and provide any other information necessary to make an appropriate decision regarding a treatment plan.
Our staff member will then review the assessment with one of our physicians in order to determine which level of care will be of most benefit to the patient’s specific needs. Once a determination has been made, the intake coordinator will present the recommendations, and if appropriate, will assist the patient in beginning the admissions process to our facility.
Admissions Criteria for Conway Behavioral Health
At Conway Behavioral Health Hospital, we are pleased to welcome patients in need of intensive mental health support into our adult inpatient acute unit. Within these settings, we provide services to address a variety of mental health and co-occurring addiction concerns, such as:
- Bipolar disorder
- Personality disorders
- Depression and other mood disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Co-occurring substance use disorders
- Effects of trauma (i.e., physical/sexual abuse)
- Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Suicidal behaviors
- Homicidal behaviors
For a patient to be admitted into programming at Conway, he or she must typically be struggling with symptoms of one of the disorders listed above, and must meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Danger to self
- Danger to others
- Suffering from psychosis
- Suffering from symptoms of mental illness that are severe enough to have caused an inability to function
- Failure of outpatient treatment due to increasing severity of symptoms
- Noncompliance with medication that is related to severity of illness
Learn More Today
If you would like to learn more about our admissions or referral processes, or about any other aspect of healing at Conway Behavioral Health Hospital, we encourage you to connect with us at your earliest convenience. Our helpful admissions staff is available 24/7 to speak to you about your concerns, and to assist you in beginning the admissions process for yourself or a loved one.