Dublin Springs facility, scheduled to open in summer 2012, is a 72- bed mental health and addiction treatment center offering highly specialized services for adults and their families. Dublin Springs treatment begins with a free and confidential assessment conducted by a qualified mental health professional. The experienced Dublin Springs team understands that each person has issues unique to his or her circumstances and will require a unique treatment program. The treatment plan identifies primary diagnosis, and secondary diagnosis with treatment goals, objectives, and a timeline for completion. Our mission is to provide the highest quality treatment services to individuals and families suffering from mental illness and addiction, utilizing innovative and evidenced-based treatment protocols. Our treatment services will be delivered in a professional and compassionate environment by healthcare professionals who are dedicated to motivating others to choose a life of mental wellness.
Phone: (614) 717-1801
Levels of Care: Free Evaluation Inpatient and Outpatient Services Detox and Drug/Alcohol Treatment Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Treatment Specialized Senior Care Alumni Support Group Family Program
Dublin Springs treat adults with addiction issues through cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with COGNIT, an internet based e-learning and continuous recovery management tracking system. This high-tech education and recovery management system provides the patient and family 24-hour access to education and relapse prevention support tools.
, Dublin Springs treat adults with addiction issues through cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with COGNIT, an internet based e-learning and continuous recovery management tracking system. This high-tech education and recovery management system provides the patient and family 24-hour access to education and relapse prevention support tools., dual diagnosis
Very well done also very polite staff is very helpful with all your needs I'm looking forward to getting there and and turning my life around I know it's going to be a long tough road but I have faith in the people and staff also In my life has really turned for the worst in the last few years and has been a real life hell but I know it will be a lot better in a few months
It's great to have another mental health facility for inpatient treatment in the Columbus area. The facility is beautiful, especially the bedrooms with nice furniture & huge ceramic tiled bathroom. Also, the food is pretty good & they let you smoke outside a few times a day under supervision. But, they need to hire many more nurses. They are so understaffed that about all the nurses can do is pass out medication & do paperwork. I've been in other treatment facilities & the nurses helped me to recover more than the Doctors. They are the ones who comfort you, encourage you & make sure you're on the right medications if you tell them the meds aren't helping or they are causing bad side effects. I was very disappointed with the psychiatrist who treated me. He put me on a new medication even though I told him I didn't want to take it for valid reasons. He barely makes eye contact & spends very little time with you. I have been treated for the same "issue" at another facility in the area.
The doctor gave me a new medication which worked. He observed my condition to make sure I was "better" & I spent only 3 days in the hospital. The psychiatrist at Dublin Springs made me stay for a week even though I was "better" after 3 days. Some of the nurses agreed it was "strange" I was there for so long. Not only was I unable to go home to take care of my elderly mother I will also be paying A LOT more for treatment that I feel was not needed. If D.S. would hire more nurses & I could choose which psychiatrist treated me I would definitely go back the next time I need treatment; but only under those circumstances.
Our family decided that my husband should see what Dublin Springs could do for him for an alcohol problem we were experiencing. We made an appointment for an assessment one evening at 7:30. Myself, my husband and our 8 year old son arrived around 7:20. At 7:50 we inquired about how much longer we might have to wait. We were told it would be another 30-45 minutes until we could be seen. Moderately irritated, we left to go get some dinner. 45 minutes later, we came back and had to wait about another 15 minutes. Finally when a woman came to get him, we proceeded back into the assessment room and were stopped because our son, who is a huge part of our family and our decisions, was not permitted to enter. This is supposedly a family oriented facility who wants to help and I understand that some cases would not be good for children to witness but after waiting almost 2 hours, we were extremely upset. The receptionist (who had sat at her desk the entire time and said nothing about their 'policy') put her hands up and said, "well I can't watch him, I'm about to go home" as if I would have trusted him to her anyway. We left and will seek help elsewhere.