Pine Woods Behavioral Health Crisis Center

1209 Greenbelt Drive, Griffin, Georgia, 30223

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(21 reviews)
Adults with serious psychiatric issues, substance abuse disorders and/or dual diagnosis can benefit from the services at Pine Wood. The program offers short-term residential care designed to evaluate and stabilize individuals, then refer them to the proper treatment program for longer-term care. Pine Wood is licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as both an emergency receiving facility and an evaluating facility.

Facility Highlights

  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Psychiatric Stabilization
  • Detoxification

Specialization

  • Individualized Treatment
    Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
  • Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
    These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

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joanne

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living decades without the correct diagnosis an medications the Doctors were ready to tackle my problems with bipolar plus other diagnosis. The staff were great . Me i was horrid i cant thank them enough this is not a spa.treatment helps you to facilitate the needed tools to work on your personalized plan the location was far from me but worth it food was good too

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This place is horrible. You dont get to go outside. The security be doing way to much. They dont do anything but pump you up with meds and if you ask them about each medication the techs have no idea. They are all rude and wont answer questions. They never on schedule. The food is good but other then that this place is horrible.

MB

    This place is SO HORRIBLE. I went in for anxiety and depression and small Xanax situation and of course they shove Ativan down my throat like 3 times a day 2 pulls at once on top of buspar and trazedon at night.. btw I was not worried 10-13. The staff are the rudest people I’ve ever met. There’s no therapy only group sessions with recovering addicts who work there. “Lock down” is a JOKE. They dope you up with meds and place you in front of a tv. I went outside 3 times in 7 days and all you can do is sit on a bench.. no activities AT ALL. They have crayons to color, a tv, and books that are torn to pieces and magazines. You might get colored pencils but they take them away if no one is watching. OH and they lost my phone and clothes. I had to dig through other people clothes to find mine and of course I was balling.. it was my release date and my caseworker told me to dry my face or I’ll stay longer.. this place is a joke DO NOT GO. I was so sick when I got home from the meds and I’m in the process of suing them. It’s a very unhealthy environment

    Boppa

      Please be ware of this place! They damaged our granddaughter severely. They would not listen to her mother, our daughter. They did not do a good evaluation of her mental readiness. She had very little counseling or treatment by a licensed doctor but met with "staff" a few times. They drugged her severely and she received very little real counseling. They did however teach her how to stand up for her 'rights', that she wasn't accountable to anyone but herself. They prolonged her stay after she was begging to come home - in my opinion to milk the insurance company. It will take our family a long time to recover from the damage done by this very poorly run institution. Run, don't walk, away from this facility.

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      I have mixed feelings about this facility. My husband is in dire need of help and I am 110% onboard with him getting the help and tough love that comes along with that help. A few things I am finding troubling. He has a prescription for a low dose of medication that he has been taking for years. To suddenly be forced, by the staff at Pinewood, to stop his daily medications is not advisable as it can cause seizures and increase his panic and depression. However, this is exactly what has happened. I feel there needs to be some better judgment when it comes to patients who have been prescribed medications before entering this facility. It is dangerous and irresponsible to deny the patients medications. i plan to continue looking into this matter because, as a family member who can only speak to him 2 times each day at 5 mins per call, I'm feeling a bit confused on just how they are handling the people that are there for help. Very disheartening. Again, I'm not in denial that my husband needs to be there and continue with his long-term care but, I feel the patients should be treated with more care regarding their mental and physical help while in "lock down". Someone, I suppose, needs to advocate for them/on their behalf as they are basically being ignored with these types of requests.
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