PHOTOS AND VIDEOS
REVIEWS Write a Review
11/29/11Provided by Citysearch
now, let me start first by saying i was a patient at this hospital when i was 17. i was there for almost two weeks, and during that 2 week evaluation i witnessed a boy 1 year younger than me bash his head against the wall because he was denied apple juice with his lunch. trying to pick a fight with one of the patients before one of the shrinks intervened and throwing chairs against the glass door trying to get out before they forced him down and gave him a needle knocking him out. the food is the leftovers from the hospital next door(no joke) the counselors are extremely rude. and the entire time i was kept on my toes around the boy that proved to be dangerous. please dont send your child here. there are other ways to get help.
01/26/10Provided by Citysearch
I have seen many lives and families changed and healed through their participation in this program. The focus is on family and safety. Staff is caring and competent ,and have many years of experience in the field. Staff undergo continued training to stay updated on issues in the field. Improvements have been made to the menu.
12/31/09Provided by Citysearch
This place is the worst excuse for a behavioral health center I have ever seen in my life. To start it wasn't by choice that my family member was sent here it was only because Green Oaks hospital did not take our insurance. Once here (even though Green Oaks had diagnosed the patient with a disorder, and not to mention court ordered to Green Oaks in the first place). So here is what happened after being admitted to the Seay Center. They said that the patient would have to leave because nothing was wrong with her (I guess being a drug addict, anorexic, suicidal, and a pathological liar doesn't count for being problematic). The patient is under the age of 18 and they allowed her to phone drug friends and sign herself out and be released to the friends. Not to mention even the ""security guards"" that worked at the Seay Center encouraged her to leave with the friends instead of her own family. In conclusion not only is the place a sorry excuse for a ""health center"" they actually encourage their patients to do the wrong thing.
12/07/09Provided by Citysearch
My adult sister went for addiction to pain pills. She played the game and was out in 5 days. They should have kept her longer. She is going to the outpatient meetings there but she is buying pills and drugs from the other attendees. This place is probably a waste of your money.
10/05/09Provided by Citysearch
I've been there as a patient myself, being in and out of therapy I can say that it was alright. They didn't tell me anything I hadn't heard before, but it did help. I met some good people there. I was unaware of some of the issues that BobbyFrost brought up.
08/25/09Provided by Citysearch
Once your insurance is confirmed and your child admitted you will be asked to attend a parent orientation at which time staff will demand that you make discharge arrangements. It doesn't matter that no diagnostician has seen them. They're only staying for 3-5 days anyway. They'll either go to rehab or home with you. In the meanwhile they'll see a psychiatrist maybe once (but you will be billed for daily visits), fed bad food, threatened and usually be ignored. A girl successfully committed suicide during my daughter's stay. Save your child. Keep them away from this place. There are real treatment options in your area.
- General Info
- Texas Health Behavioral Health provides access to mental, psychiatric and behavioral health services in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
- Extra Phones
- Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
- Hospitals, Clinics, Psychiatric Clinics
- Payment Options
Texas Health Seay Behavioral Health Hospital Plano
Texas Health Seay Behavioral Health Plano