Cedar Crest--Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Cedar Crest--Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Rating: 2.1   (5)
3500 Interstate 35 Frontage RdBeltonTexas  76513

About

About Cedar Crest Hospital For over 25 years, Cedar Crest Hospital and Residential Treatment Center has been a leading provider of high-quality behavioral healthcare, addiction, and support services throughout central Texas. Through a variety of mental health and chemical dependency programs, Cedar Crest provides evidence-based treatment for children, adolescents, adults, senior adults, and their families in a safe, confidential, and supportive environment. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains, our treatment center offers a calm, secure, and serene environment to overcome one's dependency on drugs and develop the skills needed to get clean and stay sober. We strive to provide a warm and comforting environment for our patients by offering a home-like atmosphere with a full-sized gym, walking trails, and a swimming pool. For our adolescent patients, we also have a low-elements ropes course designed to help patients learn the value of teamwork while working on problem-solving skills and communication skills. Whatever your chemical dependency concerns may be, Cedar Crest is devoted to giving each and every patient the personalized care he or she deserves. Signs and Symptoms of Substance Abuse People who are addicted to drugs may experience a drop in school or work performance, or may start to have chronic absences from work or school completely. These individuals may have an inexplicable need for money, begin frequently fighting with those around them, and may make sudden changes in the friends they keep. People abusing substances are also likely to experience significant alterations in their personalities as the substances begin to rule their minds. Individuals struggling with chemical dependency may display sudden and extreme mood swings, go through periods of inexplicable hyperactivity, may act irritable, agitated, and excessively angry, may appear lethargic, or may act fearful, anxious, and/or paranoid without any logical reason. These people may also demonstrate a lack of motivation and may no longer be interested in things and activities that they were once interested in. They may suffer from memory impairment, disorientation, confusion, or altered states of perception. Additionally, people who are addicted to drugs will typically display a variety of physical changes, depending upon their drug of choice. These changes can include blood shot eyes, dilated or restricted pupils, slurred speech, impaired coordination, tremors, nausea, vomiting, and extreme weight loss. Treatment Options For adolescents, we offer an inpatient program where the medical staff is dedicated to creating a healing, safe, and stable environment that will allow children and teens to recover, develop insight into their challenges, and to learn the skills needed to maintain a life of sobriety. We also offer a residential treatment center for adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 who have not responded successfully to other types of therapeutic interventions and need a higher, more intensive level of care. Additionally, children and adolescents can participate in our partial hospitalization program, which is a therapeutic day treatment program that can assist those individuals who do not require the intensive care of an inpatient setting. Our Legacy Adult Chemical Dependency Program offers intensive inpatient care specifically designed to treat those who are dependent on substances. Centered on the 12-step model for recovery, we work with patients to help them develop the tools needed to overcome their addictions, cope with stressors, and prevent relapse. Additionally, our Military Patriot Program provides innovative interventions that have been specially designed to help military service members from all branches of the United States Military.

Years in business

  • 20+ Years

Treatment approach

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy

Treatment Options

  • Long-term residential
  • Outpatient
  • Partial Hospitalization (Day Treatment)

Detail

  • 12 Step Program
  • Detox Program
  • Teens & Adolescent Residential

Age

  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Seniors or older adults

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • MHNet Behavioral Health
  • PacifiCare
  • TRICARE

Google Reviews


  5.0   4 months ago

Great place. Helped me out a lot. Excellent food. Inpatient leaves a little to be desired but outpatient rocks.



  5.0   6 months ago

I wont to start with Thank you!!! Cedar Crest.... Regardless to the interviews I read. I think it all has to deal with the way you act(parents). We are not rich or poor... And WE got the best services... My family member is back to their ole' self. Remember positive attitude positive outcome. If your child is going through something in you go in acting a fool. Guess, what thats your prerogative....But, to call them rachet makes no sense. Maybe, they should in roll in to MHMR for their selves. Children should be around negativity. They pick up on all we do... Thank you Cedar Crest.... Andrea Lopez



  4.0   6 months ago

My teenage son was there recently in the acute treatment center. We have nothing but good things to say. We live in College Station and there is a behavioral hospital here...my son was there once, and it was a terrible experience (bad food, bad beds, rude staff). My son said that Cedar Crest is way better. The food is better, the beds are better, and the people were really nice to him. I felt like I got a lot of communication from the people at Cedar Crest as well, as opposed to the hospital in College Station. If you live in College Station and you need behavioral care for your teen, skip the local hospital and make the drive to Belton. It's only an hour and a half. Totally worth it. Very good care. However, make sure they give you back all your kid's belongings. They did not return to my son's medication and a spare pack of contact lenses that they were keeping at the nurse's station. It has taken me OVER THREE WEEKS to resolve this. This has been the biggest disappointment. They should inventory everything these kids bring with them and cross check that inventory when they discharge someone. Problem EASILY solved.



  5.0   7 months ago

My teenage son was there recently in the acute treatment center. We have nothing but good things to say. We live in College Station and there is a behavioral hospital here...my son was there once, and it was a terrible experience (bad food, bad beds, rude staff). My son said that Cedar Crest is way better. The food is better, the beds are better, and the people were really nice to him. I felt like I got a lot of communication from the people at Cedar Crest as well, as opposed to the hospital in College Station. If you live in College Station and you need behavioral care for your teen, skip the local hospital and make the drive to Belton. It's only an hour and a half. Totally worth it. Very good care.



  5.0   8 months ago

The staff was very kind, spitual, and understanding. The let me talk to my son whenever I wanted and kept me posted with how his progress was going. They answered all my questions thoughly so I could understand. Now my Son is Back Focused and ready to be a Happy, and Enjoy life. Thank You. To the Staff. God Bless. I would recommend any one with challenges to stay and get the Loving helo they offer. 😇❤



  3.0   1 year ago

Good : Great Doctors and majority of staff. Activities and good group therapy. Got what I needed from it. Some memories will stay with me. Made a life long friend. Bad : Freezing, bad food, some staff were bad, named one nurse, nurse ratchet. Never went on schedule. Beds were too hard, showers were lukewarm, so much down time. We were locked out of our rooms. Had to wait in the rec room for HOURS until next scheduled activity on hard chairs. My back hurt so bad I was put on resting naps during the day to relax my back. One patient was absolute poison and I had no choice but to spend hours with her in the day room . Another hit every pet peeve imaginable, no choice but to listen to her nonstop diarrhea of the mouth. Overall, I have to seek treatment again (not because of this experience) and I will be finding a different place.


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