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Strategic Behavioral Health Raleigh offers Mental Health Treatment services in Garner, NC

Strategic Behavioral Health Raleigh is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Strategic Behavioral Health Raleigh, you may contact their Garner offices via phone at 919-800-4400.

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Gnv Sk

2019-09-06 17:29:58 via Google

I was here a few years ago. Some of the staff were AMAZING and I haven't been in a facility since. My therapist was amazing, Mrs. Elise, but I don't believe she works there anymore. Karen, Nikita, and the nurse I had were amazing (I don't remember her name, but she has butterfly tattoos and inspired me to become a nurse). BUT, those were the only good things about this place. The boys and girls are split up, and there were staff who would pass notes and messages between us. There was also a staff member who let my roommate use her phone to log into Snapchat. My birthday passed in this place, and I had a pass that day to leave the facility and come back, but there was one woman who worked there who despised me and was trying to take away that day pass for no reason. There was also a guy who worked there who contacted me and flirted (after quitting his job months prior- way after I was discharged). If Elise and all the other staff I named were still there, I would maybe recommend this place, but now, it's probably even more of a hot mess. You guys really need to keep these staff in check, there shouldn't be relationships, note passing, social media, nothing but SUPPORT and GUIDANCE.

Meli Anderson

2019-07-18 11:59:13 via Google

Without putting my daughter's personal details on this review it will be difficult to explain why I feel the way that I feel about this facility. Other parents reading this just remember that I have very good reasons for my goals and concerns for her well being. Let me start by saying that she was definitely there after an IVC order and this was not our first rodeo. With new doctors I don't usually expect instant or lasting results and sometimes a new doctor can make things worse because they aren't familiar with the details of her history that make her unique. Strategic gave her real care that was incredibly appropriate and specific to her. Last night an emergency concern came up and it was addressed incredibly quickly with a common sense solution that amazed me. I am writing this review because a lot of places have a cookie cutter response to mental health but that doesn't work in an industry that handles kids that are already out of the mold to be there in the first place. Strategic is amazing for being able to effectively even treat her when a lot of things that help other kids tend to cause her to escalate. As a parent I also appreciate that even though I don't claim to be an expert in child psych I do know everything about my kid and they listened to it all. Every opinion I have on her they let me tell them and also let me tell them why I formed that opinion. This place absolutely focuses on real behavioral improvement and I honestly read these reviews and all I see is that the former patients obviously didn't kill themselves and must show improvement seeing that they are no longer institutionalized and have the freedom to use the internet. If we ever go through this process again I will absolutely cross my fingers for this placement again.

Jonathan D

2019-04-16 21:12:07 via Google

When you read the reviews from the former patients, you have to take into account that the vast majority of these former patients do have emotional and mental health issues. They were not placed in a mental health facility for being model young citizens. We made the incredibly difficult decision to place our son there after his behavior was spiraling out of control. The doctors, nurses, therapists and support staff were fair with my son while he was there and treated him with dignity and compassion. The doctors will discuss treatment options and medications before your child is treated. It is against the law to administer any medication to a child without parent or guardian consent. They will go as far as to call you and make sure your child can have a certain brand of toothpaste or shampoo before the patients can use it. So I have a real hard time believing that any patient was given something without parental consent. The people we have had contact with have been top notch. You do have the ability to say no to any medication they prescribe. And you can request they wait until you have had the time to research any meds and consult with another doctor, if you prefer. Long story short, be involved, be patient with the process, and be an advocate for your kid. You HAVE to be part of the process of healing and helping your child learn a new way of dealing with the stress of life in a healthy manner. Which means you may need to make some changes yourself.

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