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Osage Beach Center for Cognitive Disorders
Average rating:  
 26 reviews
 by Anonymous

"I was so nervous and scared to be here, but after a few days everyone treats you so good! I overdosed because I was a drug addict and I felt ashamed but all the groups, counseling, staff, and other patients made me feel better about it all. I came in lost, scared, and hopeless and now just 8 days later I'm happy again. I feel healthier already and I am on the right path in life. I'm going to go to AA meetings, and a lot of other support groups once I'm home to stay sober and happy! Thank you all for the help and push to make me a better me!"

 by Anonymous

"How to over come my depression. I came in not wanting to live but I have came to realize I have so much to live for. I live for my cat, grandma, sisters, friends, and most importantly myself. I no longer wallow in sadness but rather stay positive and motivated."

 by Anonymous

"I learned about coping skills and things that help mental health. I learned about the things that can happen if people drink or have substance abuse problems with a mental illness. I was on the fence of attempting suicide. I felt like my life was out of my control. I wanted all the uncertainty to stop. I couldn't make any of the decisions I needed to. Coming to OBCCD I learned that it's ok to not know what to do. It's ok to feel uncertain. I learned coping skills and how to manage my anxiety. I got my meds under control. I feel so much better. The staff was so kind and attentive. They really made all this so much easier."

 by Anonymous

"This placed helped me out a lot the staff is great they are there a 100% to help you get better in different ways they make you smile make you feel proud about yourself I had a hard time talking to people being isolated the staff helped me open up they are there to uplift you I suggest this place to anyone who is depressed and having any suicidal thoughts it's a friendly environment you will meet people with the same or different problems then you have groups you to that helps also opening up and they teach you ways to cope"

 by Anonymous

"I was at my lowest point in life (college was overwhelming and I felt like a failure) and had never been to a mental hospital before. It was a scary and emotional week for me. However, I got the help I needed and learned a lot about myself. Obviously, I still have my illnesses, but I'm learning to thrive with them. I've learned I didn't want to die, but simply didn't know how to live. Thank you for all the help you served. I'm blessed".

 by Anonymous

"From the moment I walked through the doors I felt extremely welcomed, stepping out and asking for help was really hard, but coming here was such a good decision"

 by Anonymous

What did you learn while you were here? "Coping skills, medication information and management. How to make a relapse prevention plan and how to manage my stress."

 by Anonymous

What did you learn while you were here? " How to deal with anxiety"

"After groups and new meds, in a few days I was right as rain. I can't thank the staff enough for saving my life and for giving it back to me."

 by Anonymous

What did you learn while you were here? " A lot about mental health care and substance abuse".

"Thanks to everyone on the staff"!

 by Anonymous

What did you learn while you were here? "Everything I need to equip myself for ... LIFE"

"If you're struggling with being in a "Psych Ward" I know it's hard, at least at first, but please give it a chance! If you really involve yourself in every aspect of the help that is offered you will greatly benefit! The nurses and staff are great. Definitely recommend this place to anyone who's struggling and/or reluctant. Thank you all there at OBCCD."

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