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FAQ / Resources

FAQ / Resources

FAQ / Resources

In order to provide you with a clearer picture of the services and programs offered at Millwood Hospital, below you’ll find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

Immediately! Call our Access Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – 817-261-3121.

An assessment is a private meeting with a qualified mental health professional. Questions are asked to guide the discussion about the problems at hand. Assessments last approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Recommendations will be made to address the identified problems, and options for treatment will be provided.

If you think that you or a loved one needs help with a mental health or chemical dependency problem, call us today: 817-261-3121.

Although there are specific signs and symptoms to identify mental health and chemical dependency problems, each situation is different. We suggest you speak with a professional to discuss your concerns.

Remember to take all suicidal comments or actions seriously. If you are concerned about the possibility of suicide, please contact Millwood Hospital immediately, or go to the nearest emergency room. In the event of any medical emergency, call 911 or go directly to a hospital emergency room.

Depressive symptoms in children and adolescents are often different than in adults. Symptoms may include: irritability, easily frustrated or upset, over-reactions to small stressors, angry outbursts, focusing on only negative things, decreased interest in previously enjoyed activities, self-harm behaviors, diminished self-esteem, not taking care of hygiene, isolating self from family or thoughts about dying. Symptoms of anxiety may include: fear/avoidance of school, social anxiety, multiple physical complaints (stomach aches, headaches, dizziness, trembling), fear of being alone, constant need to be “perfect” or panic attacks.

We accept most insurance, personal and business checks, all major credit cards, and can also make individual payment arrangements.

No. Our business office contacts your insurance company at the time the patient is admitted for treatment. The business office manager will inform you of your benefits, can facilitate financial arrangements for your co-pay and answer any questions concerning your benefits.


In addition to providing mental health assessments and treatment in Arlington, Texas, and surrounding areas, we also suggest the links below for additional resources in the community: