Call 24/7 at (281) 516-6200

Inpatient Treatment

At Lone Star Behavioral Health

16303 Grant Rd.
Cypress, TX 77429

Healing begins with safety

In order to begin the process of recovery, you need to feel safe; safe from triggers, safe from others and, at times, safe from yourself.

Treatment Planning

Individualized treatment planning from our presiding psychiatrist for personalized care.

Medication Management

Medication management supervised by our pharmacist as well as our psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitions.


Our trained and licensed therapists are here to provide you group, individual, and family therapy as needed.

Equine Therapy

Equine Assisted Therapy conducted by our trained Equine Therapists. Weather permitting.

Discharge Planning

We begin discharge planning at intake, making sure our client’s have continuity of care upon discharge.

Dedicated Staff

Our team includes psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, and psych techs that are dedicated to your needs and treatment.


Step 1 | Check-In

Once you arrive, our receptionist will welcome you and guide you through the check-in process. This involves an in-depth needs assessment and answering any questions you might have.

Step 2 | Get Settled In

After check-in, we will get some fresh blankets and show you to your room where you will have access to a restroom and a clean place to store your belongings.

Step 3 | Meet Your Specialists

Our team of professionals will meet with you for extensive medical and psychiatric evaluations to help determine your needs. This will be followed by a specific treatment plan for your recovery.

Step 4 | Recover, Heal, & Grow

Throughout your stay, you will be supported by our team. Your days will include medication monitoring by the psychiatrist and nursing staff, group therapy (including seasonal equine assisted psychotherapy), individual therapy, meals and recreational activities.

Our staff begins your discharge planning the day you get here because your long-term recovery depends upon consistent aftercare. When you discharge, we offer you options for outpatient counseling and social services.

our inpatient facility

At our small, 24-bed inpatient facility, our biggest goal is to help you find stability and utilize resources to prepare you for the road to recovery. We do this by paying special attention to our clients. This is done through our incredible team of psychiatrists, therapists, nurses, and psychiatric technicians who are trained to identify needs and establish goals for recovery.

Call for a free needs assessment

Frequently asked questions


During your stay you will have the opportunity to engage in multiple activities that aid in your treatment. You will be able to participate in group therapy activities that include, but are not limited to, topics such as coping skills, emotional regulation, anger management, psycho-education, relapse prevention, music therapy and equine assisted therapy. You will also be able to engage in journaling activities, spirituality groups, medication groups with our pharmacist as well as other miscellaneous activities throughout the day hosted by our staff members.

You will also meet with your treatment team to discuss medication and symptom management. Individual and family therapy sessions will also be provided as needed and per request!


Any items of value should be sent home with your family. If they are not sent home, we request you place them in our hospital secured lockers. If you decide to keep any valuable items on your person or on the unit, the hospital will not be responsible if they are lost or stolen.

Dress Guidelines:

(Limit 3 sets of clothing)

  • Please bring comfortable, casual clothing
  • You should be dressed before leaving your room in the morning.
  • No belts or clothing with strings or laces
  • No see-through jerseys, halter-tops or strapless tops allowed.
  • Tank tops must have at least a 2-inch wide strap
  • All shorts or skirts must be knee length or longer.
  • Blouses and shirts must be buttoned
  • Shoes or socks must be worn on and off the unit
  • Swimsuits may not be worn on the unit
  • Clothes are to be kept neat and clean
  • Proper undergarments are to be worn
  • Blouses and shirts must be buttoned up
  • No exchange of clothing with other patients
  • Clothes depicting drugs, alcohol, violence, profanity, or sex are not allowed

Staff may use their discretion in determining appropriateness of any clothing.  Patients will be asked to change when attire is considered inappropriate.

Personal Items:

  1. Lone Star will provide the following personal hygiene items: toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo and hairbrush/comb. You may also bring these items from home if you wish.     
  2. All personal hygiene items brought to the hospital must be 4 ounces or less, in unopened plastic containers with manufacturer’s label, and contain NO glass, metal or alcohol. You may keep these items in your room.
  3. You may not keep any electrical items with cords or batteries in your room, unless you get prior administrative approval (i.e. CPAP machines).


No jewelry is allowed. No exceptions. Please do not bring any jewelry with you.


  • Glasses – may be worn
  • Hearing aid(s) – may be worn
  • Contact Lens – may be worn. Solution must be kept in the nurses’ station.


Book, Bible and journal are allowed. Please do not bring pens or pencils.


Please do not bring purses, wallets, keys, etc. to the hospital. If you do, we will lock them in a secure place and you may access them only upon discharge.


All patients are under the care of the Lone Star dietitian. No outside food or drink may be brought in.

Do you accept walk-ins?

We do accept walk-ins; depending on availability and insurance coverage. If you are wanting to admit into LSBH inpatient – please call (281) 516-6200 to verify insurance coverage as well as to see if there is an available room for you or your loved one.

Are you a rehab facility?

We are not a rehab facility, but we do offer detox services, substance abuse treatment plans and can help arrange a transfer to a rehab facility upon discharge as a part of your discharge planning.


Patients may bring their own cigarettes to the hospital. Lone Star will provide a limited number of generic brand cigarettes. Lone Star cannot purchase cigarettes on behalf of patients. Visitors may bring cigarettes for patients, but they cannot bring them for any person other than the patient they are visiting. Lone Star will provide lighters for the cigarettes. Patients are not allowed to keep lighters.

Smoke breaks may be limited due to inclement weather or patient safety. 

Nicotine patches are provided as an alternative to smoking, however, will need a prescription provided by our medical nurse practitioner. Note: Patients may not utilize both nicotine patches and cigarettes.

Please remember, it is state law that no one under the age of 21 may smoke cigarettes.


Medications brought from home will be reviewed by the nursing staff, documented and then kept safely at our nurses station.


No electronic devices are allowed. This includes laptop, cell phone, charger, Kindle, iPod, iPad, etc. If you bring these items with you they will be kept safe locked up in our nurses station.


Lone Star will provide the following personal hygiene items: toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo and hairbrush/comb. You may also bring these items from home if you wish. We will also provide bedding, bath towels, and detergent. Journals and books will be available upon request.

We will also provide a limited number of generic brand cigarettes.


If the following descriptions describe your circumstance, rest assured that you can find help at our inpatient care center.

  • The nature of my illness is primarily psychiatric, as the result of addiction or other factors.
  • I am in a state of crisis such that my psychiatric illness is placing me or others in danger.
  • My condition is extreme and in need of immediate help.

In case of an emergency, call 911. We can work alongside local authorities to provide the care you need.

Wanting to visit someone in our care?

Our visitation schedule is as follows:

Tuesday & Thursday     3:45pm – 4:45pm
Saturday & Sunday       1:00om – 3:00pm

  • For safety purposes, we do not prohibit anyone under the age of 16 into visitation. We require all persons who wish to engage in visitation to have a valid form of identification.
  • All purses, wallets, keys, and sharp objects must be either left at the front desk or in your private vehicle. NO FOOD IS PERMITTED.
  • Only two people may go back into visitation at a time, family and friends may switch out and alternate during the allotted time.
  • Patients have the right to decline visitation or to end visitation prematurely. If the patient becomes upset or if there is a safety concern, staff may ask you to leave.
  • If you are a case worker, probation officer, or any legal representation, we ask that you call ahead to schedule visitation at 281-516-6200.