ADMISSIONS

WBI has beds available

For 24/7 admission information, call 1-800-457-9312

The Admissions Department

The Intake Department at Wyoming Behavioral Institute provides a no cost, confidential mental health assessment 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. All mental health admissions are based on clinical necessity. We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling, or recommendations online, but an Admissions Coordinator is available at 800-457-9312. If you are currently experiencing an emergency please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

When you enter the admission area at Wyoming Behavioral Institute, you will be greeted by a hospital staff member. Visitors have a separate waiting area in our facility. An admissions coordinator, nurse or therapist will meet with you and explain the admission process. Please be prepared to spend 30 to 60 minutes completing initial paperwork. Staff will discuss which items are allowed on the unit. Patients will be seen by their psychiatrist within 24 hours of admission.

Please be prepared to bring:

  • Form of ID
  • Insurance card
  • Emergency contact information
  • List of current prescription medications
  • Medical Power of Attorney or Guardianship Paperwork

To learn more about what you need to bring to the admissions process, refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Admissions

Some problems may have been building for years; we can assess them in hours. Our intake team provides a comprehensive assessment at no charge. The goal of this assessment is to provide the patient and /or referring parties with comprehensive conclusions and recommendations for treatment. A member of our intake team is easy to access and available 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Simply call for an appointment, walk in, or obtain a referral from a health care professional. Each individualized assessment is designed to explore particular issues, including:

  • Alcohol and other Drug Dependency
  • Psychiatric Disorders such as Depression
  • Anxiety or Schizophrenia
  • Sexual, Physical or Emotional Abuse
  • Behavioral Disruption of an Explosive or Assaultive Nature
  • Family Problems

Following the assessment process, a referral will be made to the appropriate level of care based on each patients' individualized clinical needs. These may include inpatient hospitalization, day treatment programs, or referral to an outpatient therapist or physician. If you desire further information or would like to arrange for a free, confidential assessment with an assessment coordinator, call (307) 237-7444 or 800-457-9312.

Admissions to the Wyoming Behavioral Institute shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex.

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