Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring any personal hygiene items and bedding during an inpatient stay?

All personal hygiene items and bedding will be provided to the patient by the facility.

Will I be able to speak with a family member or loved one during their stay?

Patients will be given the opportunity to contact any family members or loved ones once they arrive on their unit.

What kind of therapy will I receive at Canyon Creek Behavioral Health?

Individual Therapy: The psychiatrist will supervise each patient’s care and see the patient in individual sessions at least six days per week. Many patients will receive a recommendation for outpatient individual counseling and the patient’s social worker will assist with selecting a suitable outpatient counselor.

Case Management: A social worker will be assigned to manage each patient’s case throughout that patient’s hospitalization.

Group Therapy: Patients will be assigned to a therapy group based on the types of issues that brought the patient to the program. Types of group therapy include cognitive behavior, interpersonal relationships, coping skills, assertiveness, anger management and psychoeducation.

Therapeutic Recreation Group: Recreation therapy utilizes various activities as a form of active treatment to promote the improvement of a patient’s health and well-being, thus enhancing a patient’s quality of life and productivity. Therapeutic Recreation interventions include self-expression, stress management, problem solving, resource education, social skills, journaling and leisure/recreation skills.

Psycho-Education Group: Provides patients with valuable information and education regarding diagnosis, medication stabilization, wellness and behavior management techniques.

Will my insurance company cover my hospitalization?

Medicare and other private insurers may provide reimbursement for our services. Canyon Creek Behavioral Health is contracted for services with most major insurance companies. To speak with a financial counselor, please contact our Admissions line at 254-410-5100.

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Talking with one of our mental health professionals could help answer your questions. We offer no-cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.