Located in Portland, Oregon, Cedar Hills Hospital offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Cedar Hills Hospital generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Cedar Hills Hospital using their website at cedarhillshospital.com to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Most Insurances.
Well all of the adult psychiatric,Doctors,therapsits,counselors,nurses,ect.. are very nice&try to help you to understand your mental health iuess& how they&you can deal with them&they keep you&others safe,if they have to they will put you into involuntary psychiatric hospital restraints&give you involuntary injections of psychiatric prn medications to help you deal with your voices,delusions,agations,anxitey,drepression,ptsd,ocd,and other symptoms that your having.and they allso treat transgenders,very well and sometimes you will get your own room,its a very safe&secure adult psychiatric hospital.
I have gotten to know the team at Cedar Hills over the past 9 months and value them as people and providers of care. I believe them them to be people of integrity who care deeply about the well being of those who seek out their help. In my opinion and experience their #1 concern is the well being of the client . They teach them how to live their lives sober, help them build a network of support and take the necessary steps to move forward in their personal recovery process. I am personally 4 years sober and have worked in the treatment industry for 3 years and would absolutely trust them with the well being of my friends and loved ones.
Well my experience with them during 11/17 was great. Very well treatment. Let you sleep if needed, food great and Never forced to do things.
I work here and the staff truly care about the patients. It is unfortunate that there are negative reviews, but it is a great place for patients and employees.
The staff was great except for one old nurse who left the light on and door wide open all night when I was on the last day of detox. Dr. Esparza wrote a prescription in unreadable handwriting, and refused to answer calls or messages from my pharmacist and myself to clarify the dosage. It has been almost 2 months and he still refuses to reply to my pharmacy. After relapsing, I was able to get a prescription through my PCP, but I hope I never have to go back to Cedar Hills because now it will be awkward to see him again.
The only issues I had were the patients, what a bunch of sniffling worthless sacks of sh!@ . Most expected the hospital to fix there messed up life's overnight with no accountability of there own. What a waste of talent by the staff, they need to work with people willing to help themselves or at least put in some effort. Staff was great, patients were pathiec as most drug and alcohol abusers are. The best were the lowlifes complaining about the food or facility when they were eating out of a dumpster and sleeping in one the day before
This isn't a perfect hospital and you're not allowed to have things that you would normally be allowed at most hospitals. When you are there though, you are there for a reason...to get help! I was there for a week for my Major Depressive Disorder. In a weeks time they were able to help me tremendously. They changed my medications to the proper combination that works for me. They gave me coping skills and a routine. They introduced me to recreational activities like yoga that changed my mood drastically, and gave me a support team that worked to ensure my mental health would continue to improve after discharge. Most importantly though, Cedar Hills gave me a place to feel safe, and a sense of hope by the time I left. Some techs and Nurses were nicer than others but for the most part I feel I was treated with dignity and respect. They had my genuine safety and well being at heart. I appreciate the care I received while there.