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Capital District Psychiatric Center Inpatient Treatment Services offers Mental Health Treatment services in Albany, NY

Capital District Psychiatric Center Inpatient Treatment Services is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Capital District Psychiatric Center Inpatient Treatment Services, you may contact their Albany offices via phone at 518-549-6000.

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Harley Redlin

2019-08-26 22:10:48 via Google

Great place to eat nothing but processed cheese sandwiches, get in fights, get lied to, get stolen from, and fear for your life. There is not much else you can accomplish here. DO NOT GO HERE. If you have to, you have to, but I would not ever suggest trying to come anywhere near this place. In fact, avoid calling 911 at all costs! Call someone you love first!

Ricky Bobby

2019-05-16 07:35:41 via Google

Where do I start?? Is any crisis center going to be a great experience? Honestly mine wasn't that bad. I was introduced by a young female social worker who helped me calm down from my panic attack earlier. Most of the employees seemed mad, but a dashing yet composed male social worker who clearly works out was really great during the evaluation. It did take forever, but I did see a brown resident with a great beard really took the cake. I couldn't even believe he was a doctor. Dude was a blast! Finally I was discharged by some guy wearing paper scrubs (I can't believe this guy is the main doctor). Overall it was a positive experience. They refused to give me Ativan, but spent time providing some skills and resources. If I saw these guys in the streets, Id wave and buy them a drink!

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