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Uchealth Mountain Crest Behavioral Health Center - Fort Collins

4601 Corbett Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80528
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  • 2.8
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Many options for treatment options. In patient and out patient.
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Safe environment, well staffed Dr's gave rushed as demonstrated by follow up care. Rushed to medicate and move on rather than really diagnose Needs more initial diagnostic time with clinicians
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Control over patients, safety was a strong point. Everything else was bad. Too narrow minded, too strict policies, not attentive, didn't listen, no amenities, awful service
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The rules and regulations seemed quite appropriate, I participated in group therapy as well as a psychiatric evaluation and was started on meds successfully. They worked with me on using coping mechanisms and how to spot and avoid possible triggers. I felt like I didn't need to be there. My issues were much more minor than everyone else's. They didn't offer any extra wellness services. For the money that I spent, it wasn't worth it. If it is the closest facility and the situation is an emergency, then yes, I would recommend it. Hopefully I would never have to re-enter, but if I did need to have an inpatient stay, then I would want to go somewhere that offered more in terms of wellness support and activities. Also, I would want comfortable beds. Those were horrible. If it was a dire emergency and I was planning on committing suicide, then yes, I would go there as a last resort for immediate treatment. Since it has been a full 10 years since I was in the facility, I can't give any opinion on what it would be like to stay there now. I am sure that they have made advances in expanding treatment options, offering better tasting food, providing leisure activities other than coloring books and puzzles, and hopefully the mattresses are more comfortable.