Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We strive to make the care experience at CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia as welcoming and supportive as possible. As a part of those efforts, we have answered some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about our hospital in Columbia, Missouri.

What Services Do You Provide?

At CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia, we offer a wide range of services that are intended to instill hope and promote positive change in the lives of our patients. Our inpatient services are available for people of all ages who are in crisis and need 24/7 support to regain a sense of safety and achieve emotional stability.  

We also offer intensive outpatient programming (IOP) for adolescents and adults who don’t require hospitalization but who can still benefit from more structure than they’d receive at the traditional outpatient level. 

The specialty services that are available at our hospital in Columbia, Missouri, include on-site medical detoxification and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for those who are struggling with substance use disorders. We also offer transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for adults who are suffering from severe depression. 

What Concerns Do You Address?

The highly experienced team at CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia helps patients work toward healing from many different behavioral health concerns, including: 

  • Depression 
  • Self-harm 
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Grief and loss
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts 

Our Columbia, Missouri, hospital also provides care for people who are struggling with addictions to substances like: 

  • Opioids 
  • Alcohol
  • Benzodiazepines 

The patients we support may also have both a mental health concern and an addiction, which is known as a dual diagnosis. 

What Ages Do You Provide Care For?

The programming we provide at CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia supports a range of ages. We offer:  

  • Inpatient treatment: This level of care serves children ages 5-12, adolescents ages 13-17, adults age 18 and older, and seniors age 65 and older.
  • Intensive outpatient programming: This level of care serves adolescents ages 13-17 and adults age 18 and older.
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation: This specialty service treats adults ages 22-70. 

Do You Accept Insurance?

Yes, we work with most major insurance companies. A knowledgeable member of our team can verify your insurance benefits to make sure the treatment you receive at our Columbia, Missouri, hospital is covered under your plan. 

What Is Your Admissions Process?

Prospective patients must complete an initial assessment, which they can do anytime, day or night, in person or over the phone. To request an assessment, give us a call or simply walk into our hospital. 

The goal of getting an assessment is to determine the appropriate level of care for your specific situation. During this process, an admissions counselor will gather information about your treatment needs. They will then consult with a physician on whether placement at CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia may be best for your needs. 

Based on the results of your assessment, we will let you know whether our facility is a good fit for you or provide you with resources for another placement. If you are to receive care at our hospital in Columbia, Missouri, a member of our admissions team will guide you through the rest of the admissions process. 

How Do I Get to Your Hospital?

CenterPointe Hospital of Columbia is located at 1201 International Drive, Columbia, Missouri. If you are coming from East Brown School Road heading north on Rangeline Street, continue for about half a mile before turning right onto International Drive. Our hospital will be on the right. 

If you’re traveling south on North Highway Vv, head southeast toward Wildwood Street and take a slight right to merge onto MO-763 East South. Continue for about half a mile before turning left onto International Drive. Our hospital will be on the left. 

I thought my life was over when I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but thanks to the doctors and staff at CenterPointe Hospital I am back on my feet and doing all the things I used to do.

– Alumni
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