Inpatient Services

St. Catherine Hospital Behavioral Health Services Unit. 

A collaboration between St. Catherine Hospital and Compass.

Our 10 bed Inpatient Unit provides comprehensive treatment services for such conditions as: Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders and Significant Adjustments to Personal Life Crises. Our Unit is located within St. Catherine Hospital so professional consultation for physical medical needs is readily available. Arrangements for admission can be initiated at any time, 24/7. Call us at 620.272.2500.

Admission Criteria:

  • Danger to self/others due to mental health symptoms
  • Acute crisis not manageable through outpatient treatment/intervention
  • Incapacitation or inability to function in daily life with the assistance of outpatient treatment or intervention
  • Voluntary (and in some cases) Court Ordered Admissions
  • We accept people age 12 years and older

St. Catherine Hospital and Compass Behavioral Health accept: Private Insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid

Our Team consists of a Psychiatrist, Psychiatric APRN’s, Behavioral Health Therapists, Registered Nurses, Case Manager/Discharge Planner, and again, other Consultants with SCH professionals as arranged.

Programming:

  • Daily session with Psychiatric Medical Staff (weekdays & weekends with the exception of Group Rounding day(s)
  • Group Rounding ~ the opportunity to meet with your whole Treatment Team and discuss your care as well as your Aftercare Plan
  • Daily Individual Therapy (Monday-Friday)
  • Family Therapy/Family Meetings as arranged
  • Psychological Testing as arranged
  • Discharge Planning to ensure the most comprehensive outpatient services are in place for your return home
  • Various Group Therapy sessions throughout the day ~
    • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
    • Cinematherapy
    • Substance Use Education
    • Social Skills /Relaxation/Behavioral Health Education

Untreated Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders are the leading cause of disability worldwide. Nearly 1 million people die by suicide every year.

Stigma and discrimination all too often discourage people from getting the appropriate and needed to treatment to live a happier, healthier life.

Advancements in medication are continually improving the outlook for those dealing with mental health symptoms.

A mental health condition is no different from a physical health condition ~ they both are treatable and require medical intervention.