Highland Hospital announces it will continue its investment in supporting the mental health needs of West Virginians.
“Highland will continue to provide high-quality mental health services for our community, by focusing its efforts on inpatient care and supporting our local and regional behavioral health providers with inpatient programs designed to stabilize patients so that they can integrate back into the community and re-engage in their outpatient treatment,” says Dr. Cynthia Persily, chief executive officer of Highland.
Additionally, Highland is committed to further developing its residential treatment programs for youth and substance use treatment programs. Further development in West Virginia includes the opening of The Highlands at Sugar Grove campus in Pendleton County later this year. The Highlands at Sugar Grove in Pendleton County will provide residential substance use treatment that will provide care desperately needed by West Virginians.
Local treatment providers and the public will be able to follow the program enhancements of all Highland’s services on our website and social media.