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Congratulations, calling us can be your first step towards your recovery and we understand sometimes it can be a very intimidating to do it, but this decision can become your best decision ever. Access Ohio understands the sensitive nature that surrounds the process of seeking and receiving care for mental health concerns and substance abuse issues, which is why we strive to make the initial process as comfortable as possible.

 

Information we need to schedule an Appointment:

Please have the below information ready before you schedule an appointment. Our staff will require this information to make an appointment

  • Patient’s Full Name (First, Middle, Last)
  • Patient’s Date of Birth
  • Patient’s Social Security Number
  • Patient’s Insurance Information
  • Home Address & Contact Phone Number
 

We Accept all Ohio Medicaid Plans & Managed Care Plans (i.e. Caresource, Molina, Buckeye, Paramount, Aetna Better Health, United Health Community)

 

What to Expect.

Please arrive 15 mins prior to your appointment time on the scheduled day of appointment. The First 2 days of your appointment are usually the longest days for the admission into the treatment, but they are also the most important as it helps us understand your health challenges and gives us an ability to offer the best treatment based on your personalized treatment plan.

 

Intake Process.

The Intake process depends on the care setting and the problem being treated. We strive to make our intake process as convenient for our patients as possible.

 

OVERVIEW:
Access Hospital Dayton is a 58 bed, Acute Psychiatric Hospital serving adults eighteen and older.

Admission Criteria

  • Admission will be limited to adults whose principal diagnosis and focus of treatment upon admission is a mental disorder according to the American Psychiatric Association’s diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders.
  • Minimum Admission Criteria
  • Age18 and older
  • Evaluated to be a danger to self or others by experiencing suicidal, homicidal or symptoms related to psychosis
  • Medically cleared by a Physician

General Information

  • We accept referrals from Hospital emergency room caseworkers, crisis centers, or behavioral healthcare professionals (counselors, health center, urgent care) for acute hospitalization when patients are a danger to self or others. We also accept Walk-Ins.
  • Acute crisis stabilization ranges from 5-10 days.
  • Nursing services provided under direction of RN with a Masters in nursing.
  • Medical services under direction of one of our psychiatrists and include 24-hour, 7 day a week consultation.

ASSESSMENTS

Once admitted, you will undergo a multi-disciplinary assessment within specific time frames.

These assessments, performed by our Psychiatrists, Licensed Therapists, Nurses, and other healthcare providers include but are not limited to:

  • Biological-Psychological-Social Assessment
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Nursing Assessment
  • Nutritional Assessment by a Licensed Dietician when requested and appropriate
  • Physical Examination by a contracted physician
  • Suicide Risk Assessment
  • PHQ-9 – Patient Health Questionnaire
  • Treatment Plan

These assessments form the basis for a Multi-Disciplinary Master Treatment Plan. It creates the goals and objectives of your treatment, which details the frequency of the interventions and staff members who will be responsible for follow-through of these interventions.

Therapy

Patients will be provided opportunities to address specific needs through individual, and group therapy.

Sessions are offered as follows:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Mindfulness and Recreational Therapy

Access Residential has:

  • 1 – 28 bed male unit for AOD treatment
  • 1 – 28 bed female unit for AOD Treatment
  • 1 – 28 bed male unit for dual diagnosis

Clients receive 31 hours of group therapy per week, a minimum of 1hr of individual counseling (depends on Individualized Treatment Plan). Upon program completion, clients are strongly urged to step down into Sober Living (arranged by counselors)

We accept Medicaid and commercial insurance.

We accept clients referred to this program from another facility, typically a hospital, ER or Detox center & Clients on Probation

Required documents for admission consideration:

  • Face Sheet (Referral Sheet & Other Patient Information documents)
  • Previous Health & Diagnostic Assessments
  • Client Labs
  • Client Medication list
  • Client Cannot be a sex offender

Process flow

  • First step along the way is the intake; this is where we gather the initial information about our clients.
  • Second is the nursing assessment during which any and all medical issues a client may currently have are reviewed to ensure that the client’s needs can be managed at our facility. The nurse will also go through any medications that the client may have brought with them. All medications are stored in the nursing department and are administered to clients at the appropriate times.
  • Third is a counseling assessment. This part does take some time as the client is asked about their history in great detail so that an individualized treatment plan can be made.
  • The Doctor performs a complete physical on the client after the above.

 

Access Ohio offers clients different levels of care which Include Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient & Outpatient care settings. We accept Medicaid/All Managed Medicaid Plans and Commercial insurance plans.

Required documents for admission consideration:

  • Face Sheet (Referral Sheet & Other Patient Information documents)
  • Client Insurance Information 
  • Client Labs & Medication list

Process flow

  • First step along the way is the intake; this is where we gather the initial information about our clients.
  • Second is the nursing assessment during which any and all medical issues a client may currently have are reviewed to ensure that the client’s needs can be managed at our facility. The nurse will also go through any medications that the client may have brought with them. All medications are stored in the nursing department and are administered to clients at the appropriate times.
  • Third is a counseling assessment. This part does take some time as the client is asked about their history in great detail so that an individualized treatment plan can be made.
  • The Doctor performs a complete physical on the client after the above.

 

We Accept ALL Ohio Medicaid Plans & Managed Care Plans

 

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