Welcome to Glen Oaks

Embarking on the journey of seeking mental health treatment can be a significant step toward recovery, but we understand it may also feel daunting at first. At Glen Oaks Hospital, our mission is to provide you with the support and comfort you need during your stay, helping you feel empowered throughout your healing process.


Welcome to Glen Oaks Hospital: Your Path to Healing

Comprehensive Care for Your Well-Being

At Glen Oaks Hospital, we offer crisis stabilizing acute care services that encompass all the essentials for your stay.

We prioritize your comfort and care by providing:

  • Cozy sleeping accommodations
  • Dining facilities with nourishing meals
  • Bathing facilities for your daily needs
  • Welcoming recreation spaces
  • Treatment areas for therapy and support

Your care is entrusted to a dedicated team of healthcare professionals, including Milieu therapists, Case Managers, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatrists, Activity therapists, Dietitians, Pharmacists, and Mental Health Technicians. They are available around the clock, ensuring you have the support you need whenever you need it.

Personalized Treatment Plan

During your stay, our compassionate care team will assess your unique needs and work with you to design a personalized treatment plan. We are committed to helping you achieve your recovery goals through individual and group sessions, ensuring you receive the medical attention necessary for your well-being.

Flexible Length of Stay

The duration of your stay at Glen Oaks Hospital depends on your specific needs and the recommendations of our experienced medical professionals. Whether it’s a short stay of a few days or a longer period, we are here to support you on your path to recovery.

Packing for Your Stay

We provide many of the items you’ll need during your stay, including toiletries, linens, blankets, and everyday essentials. You are welcome to bring comfortable clothing without drawstrings, laceless shoes, and books for your personal comfort.

However, we kindly ask you to leave behind items such as cigarettes, lighters, controlled substances, cell phones, electronic devices, outside food and drink, sharp jewelry, cords, keys, belts, wallets, and glass items. Our goal is to create a safe and secure environment for your healing journey.

A Structured and Supportive Environment

Your daily life at Glen Oaks Hospital will follow structured schedules designed to aid your recovery. This includes group therapy, balanced meals, therapeutic sessions, sleep hygiene, and dedicated outdoor time. We also offer supervised visitation on Thursdays, allowing you to have up to two visitors at a time, and access to phone calls throughout the day.

At Glen Oaks Hospital, we believe that inpatient psychiatric care provides a space for rest and recovery that may not be possible at home. It equips you with new coping skills and empowers your journey to well-being. Rest assured, our dedicated team is here to guide and support you every step of the way.

Your Glen Oaks Hospital Treatment Checklist

What to Bring:

  • Comfortable clothes without drawstrings
  • Shoes without laces
  • Books
  • Any necessary medications in their original, labeled containers

What We Provide:

  • Toiletries
  • Linens
  • Blankets
  • Other everyday items for your comfort

What to Leave Behind:

  • Cigarettes, lighters, and controlled substances
  • Cell phones and electronic devices
  • Outside food and drink
  • Sharp jewelry
  • Cords, keys, belts, and wallets
  • Anything made of glass

We recommend bringing a limited number of personal items, as storage space is limited. Our compassionate staff is available to provide you with a full list of allowed items if needed.

Your Journey Begins with Us

Glen Oaks Hospital’s professional staff is here for you 24/7. For a no-cost, confidential assessment, day or night, call us at 903-454-6000. If you require immediate medical assistance, please contact 911 or visit the nearest emergency room. Your well-being is our priority, and we are dedicated to supporting you on your path to healing and recovery.

Help and hope are closer than you think.

If you know someone who may need mental health treatment, contact us today.