The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) reports that 10 to 15 percent of children worldwide deal with emotional and behavioral disorders.Read More
Our goal is to facilitate early identification and treatment of psychosis in a collaborative, recovery-oriented approach involving individuals experiencing first episode psychosis, therefore reduce the disruption to the young person’s functioning and psychosocial development.
Reduce signs and symptoms of psychosis
Improve individual and family functioning
Improve the long term course of the illness
Eliminate services gaps
Decrease the chance of relapse
Decrease the overall cost of treatment
The WV Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Behavioral Health and SAMHSA entered into a Grant Agreement with the following agencies to provide funding for First Episode Psychosis.
We specialize in helping individuals who have a dual diagnosis, meaning many of the people we serve have both mental health and substance abuse needs. As a not-for-profit organization, Prestera Center offers care and services to everyone who needs it regardless of their ability to pay.
United Summit Center offers a full continuum of outpatient services to meet consumer needs in the areas of Crisis Intervention, Mental Health, Addiction Recovery, and Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities services. Programs are available to provide for the treatment needs of children, adolescents, adults and older adults.
The Appalachian Community Health Center is a comprehensive fully licensed behavioral health center established for the benefit of the public, providing quality care to adults, children and families. The Center's primary service region is a rural four county area made up of Barbour, Randolph, Tucker and Upshur Counties of West Virginia.
The professionals at Westbrook Health Services believe in promoting the well-being of individuals and families struggling with a wide range of challenges. Experienced and compassionate, we empower people to achieve wellness with the guidance of our psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and addiction counselors.
FMRS Health Systems, Inc. programs are offered to meet the needs of children and adults experiencing emotional, behavioral, developmental or substance abuse problems. Our goal is to assist people in identifying and addressing problems early in an effort to prevent more serious difficulties from occurring.
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by eating large amounts of food—known as binging—and then taking steps to avoid gaining weight from that food—known as purging. Most commonly, purging involves a person purposely causing themselves to vomit, but it can also include taking laxatives unnecessarily or using enemas to rid themselves of the […]Read More
According to the Mayo Clinic, anorexia nervosa “is an eating disorder characterized by abnormally low body weight, an intense fear of gaining weight and a distorted perception of weight.” Anorexia distorts a person’s perception of their own body image and causes them to take whatever measures they feel are necessary so that they do not […]Read More