At Cross Creek Hospital, we specialize in the compassionate and nurturing treatment of individuals who struggle with mental health issues and substance abuse.
Information Cross Creek Hospital can provide professional referrals
Mental health and medical personnel, as well other professional individuals, often identify people who could benefit greatly from mental health services. In these instances, a professional referral for care is made. At Cross Creek Hospital, we value the relationships we have with professionals in and around the community and are more than ready, willing, and able to work in collaboration with such referrals in order to facilitate the inception of treatment.
If you are a professional who has identified an individual who could benefit from the services offered at Cross Creek Hospital, our dedicated staff of professionals can be accessed to provide the following information:
- Our admissions criteria
- Our process of admissions
- The benefits of receiving treatment at Cross Creek Hospital
- How we collaborate with a professional when a referral is made
- Our policy regarding confidentiality and how we protect our patients’ information while they are in our care
- Our treatment planning process
Professionals who commonly refer prospective patients to Cross Creek include, but are not limited to:
- School personnel
- Social workers or other social service professionals
- Community agency staff members
- Nurse practitioners
Why refer an individual to Cross Creek Hospital in Austin, TX
We believe that constant communication with referral sources is not only beneficial to the process of treatment planning but also aids in producing positive treatment outcomes for those who receive treatment at Cross Creek. Therefore, should you refer an individual to our hospital for care, you can be confident in knowing that contact will be made to discuss a patient’s progress once consent is given.
At Cross Creek, we are happy to provide you with any information you may require to convey details about Cross Creek’s services to a potential patient, help you initiate services for a prospective patient, or to assist you in determining services that will best meet an individual’s needs.