Belmont Pines Hospital Reviews (5)
Horrible place by far the worst of the worst! My stepdaughter has been treated so bad there it sickens me. She’s getting attacked by other patients and she doesn’t even fight back but she gets punished as if she does. She got her face beaten and bruised up and the patient that attacked her never got punished because “it’s not considered a criminal offense.” Doesn’t make sense to me because my stepdaughter was charged and held accountable for slapping a boy that made sexually explicit comments to her and she had a court date and she was charged with assault on him but she gets attacked from behind and gets her face bashed up battered and bruised and this other patient doesn’t have to take accountability because her mental state but she’s in there with this same group and I don’t see how it’s not the same for everyone. I’m not saying that my daughter was right for using violence to solve her problem but a slap got her charged and her being attacked and beaten was okay and no charges were filed on behalf of my stepdaughter after taking a severe beating. If you have a choice don’t take your children here. This is a parents worst nightmare!
Although this experience was very scary at first having my child need admittance into a hospital, it did help her. The first night was hard for her & for some reason they had her placed in a very scary section of the hospital with kids that were threatening her, in straight jackets and peeing on the floors. She stated it was because the beds in the section she needed to be were full. There was no communication with the doctor at the hospital. I only spoke to a nurse at time of admittance and discharge. The people I spoke to were friendly and helpful. I could call at any time and reach someone for questions. My daughter had some bad things to say about the place in regards to kids fighting and a lot fo cussing from the employee's. However, it obviously helped her somewhere along the way because she is doing wonderful now. Still in out patient care but I think that was the kick start she needed. She was there for four days for suicidal tendencies.