The admissions process at Spring Mountain Behavioral Services always begins with a thorough mental health assessment, completed by a licensed and trained clinician from our Admissions and Referrals staff. After the assessment is done, the patient’s result will be reviewed by the intake clinician and the attending physician. They’ll make a recommendation for the appropriate program and level of care for the patient, and help the patient complete the remainder of the admissions process, which include filling out demographic paperwork (age, medical history, etc.), undergoing a clinical assessment, completing a physical exam and more.
Patient privacy is of the utmost importance to our staff. Upon admission, each patient is given a patient confidentiality number that acts as a code, allowing the staff to acknowledge that the patient is at our hospital when visitors or doctors seek information. If a patient wants information about their treatment shared with anyone, the patient must sign an Authorize to Disclose form to facilitate the sharing of any such information. Learn more about that release process by clicking here.
- Must be age 5 or older
- Exhibiting symptoms of depression
- Suicidal attempt or threat
- Homicidal threat
- Psychosis or severely disorganized thought process
- Bipolar disorder
- Panic or obsessive-compulsive behaviors
- Explosiveness or uncontrolled rages of anger
- Evidence of substance abuse or dependency
- Inability to control aggressiveness, cruelty, and physical acting out
- Impulsive behavior resulting in self-harm
- Runaway behavior
- Evidence of ritualistic behaviors
- Lying, stealing or covert behaviors
Spring Mountain accepts Medicare, TRICARE® and most other commercial health insurance plans. If you’re concerned about payment or want to discuss your coverage, please give us a call and we’ll do our best to address any questions or concerns.
Help is a Call Away
Our Admissions Specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide no-cost mental health assessments. Call us at 702-322-1919 or visit our facility to get started. You can also use our online contact form for program inquiries. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.