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101 South Eisenhower Dr. Beckley, WV 25801


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  • 8:00AM - 5:00PM Monday - Friday
  • Closed Saturday - Sunday

About FMRS Health Systems, Inc.

Serving Raleigh, Fayette, Summers, & Monroe County

FMRS Health Systems, Inc. was originally organized as a comprehensive mental health center on April 14, 1969. Initially known as FMRS Mental Health Council, the center changed its name in 2001 to more appropriately capture the broad array of services provided in the four counties where it focuses its service delivery. FMRS has offices in Raleigh County, Fayette County, Summers County and Monroe County. Specialized 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. Over the years, the manner in which the services are provided has changed to mirror advances in the field, but the mission remains the same.

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