- Individualized Treatment Plans for Clients
- Individual, Family & Group Therapies
- Expressive Arts
Lakeview Behavioral Health
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment programs at Lakeview Behavioral Health address behavioral health disorders, including addictive diseases and co-occurring conditions. Individualized, 12-Step-based treatment options for adults and adolescents include detox and inpatient care, as well as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Lakeview utilizes individual, group, family and experiential therapies.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
do not go here. neglectful af
The whole process was very unprofessional. Communication is horrible and the social worker that we were assigned was very rude and condescending & had conversations with my child that she should have...
Lakeview is a miserable place to be... Movement, as per going to eat, is controlled with patients forced to line up and proceed under supervision through a number of locked doors. Food is mediocre to...
After getting a good report on Friday they turned my son out on Saturday...They didn\'t even notify me.
This experience was not what I expected from a behavioral health center. The nurses & technicians were great. However, the psychiatrist and social worker were less than poor in their responsibilities....
If you like prison you\'ll love this place! This place stinks!
This is the worst experience I have ever had. ... Half of.the workers don\'t speak English and they are so rude and hateful. I have never been treated with such disrespect. They need to close this ...
Awful place if you didn\'t have a mental problem going in, you will when you come out!!
Worst experience ever. My daughter was there and was treated like a prisoner. Staff very rude and disrespectful. Seemed to keep her longer than was necessary so they could bill insurance. Also, we...
Was treated like an inmate.
What a horrible place. The staff was unprofessional and rude. Treatment was nonexistent and the doctors were never there. The food and access to water or juices were awful. I came in sober and wanted ...
Unbelievably horrible. A prison with power hungry, petty staff. Our daughter was there for three days and if her experience was even half as bad as ours, as parents, it is awful. I am sure it was 1...
SHUT THIS PLACE DOWN NOW, they will lie to you and do not allow your insurance to pay for this.
This is the scourge of the earth. There is absolutely no mental health. Do not use this place and the food is terrible I weigh a hundred pounds and got down to 85 I\'ve never weigh that little in my e...
Negatives: the food was not the greatest but it\'s at no charge to your bill. Majority of night shift techs do not care they gave med early so we woul go to bed before 10. It is a stabilizing unit so ...
I was sent here on a 72-hour hold by Gwinnett Medical Center ER... When I was unloaded at Lakeview, some girl who looked 12 (with no communication/patient skills) took me to an empty office room, ha...
... If they find out you have extra days through your insurance they try to milk your insurance company. Never ever go here. ...
Horrific. ... Staff generally lack compassion, many downright rude. A few of the MHA\'s are very nice and try hard and one of the doctors is good. But most docs, as reported by other patients, barely ...
Honestly this is the worst experience I've ever had in my life. I hardly received any treatment and when I did it was subpar. I was supposed to see the doctor every day that I was there but I did not....
Horrible place. I only stayed in front of the TV all day. I was misdiagnosedand the amount of money I had to pay at the end was not worth what I got. The food was the only thing I looked forward to ev...
They do not give individual treatment. Phone time was not equal. Others got special treatment and extra food and snacks. Those there for substance abuse got no help. It was never talked to about my su...
This place is a prison. It's nasty... bathrooms are not cleaned. Scum around every corner, dust everywhere... If you ask a technician for help, you won't get it. If you do get it, it will take hours.....
Definitely NOT a rehab or anything else they promise to be! See my review on yp, (Yellow Pages).
Individual therapy, also called one-on-one therapy is used to discuss symptoms of your psychological disorder, damage the manic and depressive episodes have caused, and ways you can solve problems caused by your illness. You will also discuss symptom management, relapse prevention, and your continuing treatment plan.
- Adolescent In-patient
At Lakeview Behavioral Health System, we realize that the adolescent years may be some of the most challenging years in a person’s life. We offer a safe, highly-structured environment to allow us to work with an adolescent who is suffering from substance use and abuse as well as emotional and behavioral challenges. Our dedicated staff involves both the adolescent and his or her family to create prompt stabilization and the right coping mechanisms to allow for continued and long-term success. Our complete spectrum of treatment options includes inpatient services, partial hospitalization programs as well as outpatient programs for adolescents from ages 9-17.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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