** This section is intended for healthcare providers. **

There is an imperative need for mental health treatment in northern and central West Virginia, as you are likely aware. Wait times to see a psychiatrist can be very long and have resulted in some patients going without much-needed help. It has also caused many healthcare providers to feel obligated to treat mental illness to an extent that is beyond their ideal scopes of practice.

Our goal is to address this need with high quality mental health care from board certified psychiatrists and licensed therapists with specific understanding of the needs of West Virginians. We primarily focus on treatment of adults, however, we will also consider referrals for adolescent patients on a case by case basis. We treat a wide variety of mental illnesses including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, PTSD, substance abuse, and many others.

If you would like to refer a patient for care or schedule a consultation, you may call us or fill out the form below to be contacted by one of our case managers. We pride ourselves on being responsive to the questions and concerns of our patients’ other healthcare providers. If you would like to arrange a time to visit one of our offices or meet our staff, or if you would like to receive business cards with contact information for our clinic for your patients, please also feel free to contact us by phone or the form below. We look forward to helping your patients with their mental health concerns and allowing you to focus on what you do best.

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**Existing patients should contact the clinic by phone. These forms are not to be used as a method of communicating with your provider. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of harming themselves or others, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department. A visit to our clinic can be arranged after emergency evaluation and treatment are complete.**