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Gateways Hospital and MH Center Child and Adolescent OP Program offers Mental Health Treatment services in Los Angeles, CA

Gateways Hospital and MH Center Child and Adolescent OP Program is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Gateways Hospital and MH Center Child and Adolescent OP Program, you may contact their Los Angeles offices via phone at 323-644-2000.

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Madeline Garcia

2019-04-17 01:42:29 via Google

I was a patient there in the Girls' Adolescent unit for eight days. The staff were nice and caring. The cleanliness was pretty good. The food could use some work, but at least they feed you. The activities are the best. A lot of games, rules, but they are just trying to help. Martha was mean, but warmed up to me. Jojie was the best, let me play kpop and my nickname was kpop, call him Jojie with the bow bow and tell him kpop said that. Gloria is cool too.Ice and fruit punch are the best. But, the meds are uggghhhh..... but they help. This was my experience. Admitted: 4/5/19 Discharged: 4/12/19

DESTINY VIVAS

2019-02-06 19:06:53 via Google

As somone who was hospitalized here for about 2 weeks i can say that the food really REALLY needs improving. Although most nurses were kind some were very very rude to the patients and treated them as if they were like pests I'M LOOKING AT YOU MARTHA. any how the terapy did overall help slightly needs more heating service and caring nurses.

sUwU

2019-02-12 12:33:42 via Google

I honestly loved it here... i was admitted on Jan 30 and was discharged on Feb 11. Some of the staffs can be rude but I liked a lot of them.... obviously not Martha. Im really going to miss Matthew (called him a drug dealer), Jojie (he gave a set of cards before I left... he was fun to talk to... i always called him grandpa and made fun of his white hair... "Are your parents coming today because we need to talk" ), Brie (someone who I just really liked), Jamie (my mom... dont worry im not the only one... she said she had a lot of baby daddies), Joseline (she was just so nice and pure), Froylan (jokes a lot with a serious face), Lamar (sometimes he can be strict but he can be fun to talk to), Edwin (idk he always looks tired), Hannah (shes really nice and reminds me of my grandma), and other really nice staffs. They most likely won't remember me but I will always remember and thank them. - Su/Subin

Daniel S.

2020-06-16 19:02:19 via Yelp

I was on the adolescent unit in 1997. The only thing that really screwed with my head while I was there were these nicotine withdrawals I had. I have no...

JoAndra V.

2020-02-06 03:03:26 via Yelp

I lived at Gateways (in 1 of the 3 cottages; 1 was for the boys, next to the classroom, the middle cottage was the houseparents' office and the 3rd was for...

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