Our Behavioral Health Programs are designed for those diagnosed with:
●Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
●Generalized Anxiety Disorder
●Other Mental Health Issues
If you or someone you love is having difficulty coping with the daily struggles of depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, Behavioral Health Services at Wooster Community Hospital may be able to provide outpatient care that will support, educate, and guide the struggling individual as well as their families.
Wooster Community Hospital’s Behavioral Health Services offer two levels of outpatient treatment both with access to a psychiatrist. A majority of our patient complete their psychiatric evaluation with 48 hours. The programs offered are called Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP). Below is a continuum of the levels of care for mental health treatment. Highlighted in red are our Services
Both programs offer the patient a personalized treatment plan which can include individual, couples, and family counseling. Each patient works closely with their treatment team to obtain their goals.
Your personalized treatment teams consists of:
● Master’s Level Licensed Clinician
● Psychiatric Nurse
● Board Certified Psychiatrist
Not sure if our programs are right for you? Give us a call at 330-263-8710 for a free program assessment. Our staff will answer any questions that you have.
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1) The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) level of care provides clients with a safe and structured treatment environment without a total disruption of their daily routine. The PHP client will attend the program 5 days each week and participate in four group sessions each day. Along with group sessions, the client will participate in individual and family counseling as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication management with our psychiatrist. PHP clients are involved in treatment generally from 9am-2pm daily.
• PHP is ideal for clients who want to maintain their independence in the community however require increased access to therapeutic skills, counseling, and support from mental health clinicians.
2) The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) makes for a perfect step-up from traditional outpatient program. The IOP is less intensive than the PHP. The IOP client will attend the program 2-4 days a week for three hours a day. Group therapy is offered from 9a-12pm. Staff will work with the client to customize the program to the client’s availability and their individual needs. Individual counseling, family therapy, and follow-up with the psychiatrist can be provided as well.
Clients who enter either program will have a psychiatric evaluation by our psychiatrist. A majority of clients who enter the programs will be seen by psychiatry within 48 hours of admission.
During treatment in either programs, staff will work with the client’s established outpatient providers in an effort to coordinate and improve treatment outcome.
• Group therapy (facilitated by a licensed therapist)
• Individual and/or family counseling, as needed
• Medication management by a Board Certified psychiatrist
• Interventions by the nursing staff
• Aftercare planning
Group Topics include:
Identifying Coping skills
Obstacles and Barriers to Mental Wellness
Emotions and Behaviors
Crisis Management and Safety Planning
Education on numerous topics including mental health diagnosis and medications
Behavioral Health Services contracts with most insurances including Medicare and Commercial Insurance however we do not currently accept Medicaid. To determine what your insurance will cover with our programs please contact your insurance provider.
The programs allow patients to obtain the treatment needed during the day, and return to the comfort and familiarity of their own homes in the evening. Lunch is served at the center. Transportation services can be arranged within Wayne County.
The program serves adults 18 and older. Individuals with a variety of mental health diagnoses may qualify, however, clients must be cognitively and emotionally capable of participating in group therapy. Participants may not be actively homicidal or suicidal.
Referrals to the Wooster Community Hospital Behavioral Health Services can be made by health care providers, mental health agencies, employee assistance programs or by the patient. The cost of the program is covered by most insurance plans and Medicare.
To make a referral, or to obtain more information, call the Behavioral Health Services at 330.263.8710
Meet the Staff
Brandon Massullo, LPCC-S
Director, Behavioral Health Services
Stephanie Freeman, LPCC
Behavioral Health Services Brochure